Help - Does My Royal Icing Need To Set

Baking By pattycakes55d Updated 2 Dec 2009 , 3:35am by pattycakes55d

pattycakes55d Posted 1 Dec 2009 , 3:19pm
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for 5-6 hrs. If so I'm in trouble. Unexpectedly yesterday I was asked to participate in a craft show today, like in 4 hours. I've been up all night getting ready. I just got the cookies baked and I put fondant on and now they need to still be royal iced a little. I HATE COOKIES ON A STICK!!!!!

Am I up _______creek? Is there any way for them to dry for maybe an hour only?

Any miracle answers out there?????

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bonniebakes Posted 1 Dec 2009 , 3:47pm
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You could probably try putting them in a oven to speed up the drying process, but I don't know..... it might depend on how much royal you used and how thick it is....

pattycakes55d Posted 1 Dec 2009 , 4:42pm
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Bonniebakes, thanks for the quick response. I think I'm really cutting it thin here. I have to bag and then put in a box and get on a bus to take them downtown. I think they just wouldn't be dry enough.

I am going to bow out this time and let my friend know. I'm just starting out and really need my end product to be high quality. She'll understand.

Now, this has brought up something - if I put fondant on the cookies and then put some RI decorations on, can I put the cookie in the oven even with using fondant?

Kiddiekakes Posted 1 Dec 2009 , 6:23pm
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I think the fondant will melt in the oven ..even on low heat!

pattycakes55d Posted 2 Dec 2009 , 3:35am
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I think so too. Well, other opportunities will come along. Thanks for the help.

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