Hello everyone!! I would like to know what kind of icing can a use to decorate cookies, I would like a recipe of one that tastes good and dries fast!! Sorry for my cookie ignorance !! LOL
Royal icing is great for cookies, do the outline and the thin it out a bit to pour and fill in the middle.
It tastes yummy.
Royal icing is really good on the sugar cookies! I made some for the school this past valentines and everyone loved them. It seemed to dry fairly fast on them, I let them sit spread out over night to be safe but it didn't take long, they were drying as I was doing other ones.
My family really likes the Marshmallow Fondant (MMF) on sugar cookies. It is dry as soon as you apply it to the cookies too.
I have a question for you.... How do you get the MMF to stick to the cookies?
Royal definately, i just made some royal icing and it was drying on the side of the mixing bowl while still mixing.
I know the question wasn't for me lol, but when I was "experimenting" with it I just put a bit of icing over the cookies first, same as you do for a cake, then the MMF.
Oh, by the way sweetinspirations, your s'mors cheesecake is beautiful!!
I've attached fondant to cookies using a thin coat of apricot jelly. Stuck like glue!
I love Antonia's royal icing!I let them dry overnight and then package them. It tastes great! especially with the no fail cookies
To attach the MMF to the cookie I just used a small brush and painted the back of the MMF with water. I flipped the MMF onto the cookie, it stuck well and I went on to add my royal decorations.
Thank ya much Miss WendyB