jackie929 Posted 25 May 2011 , 3:35pm
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hi I made some sugar cookies, not for a especial event just me practicing and this happend to me before, I always have extra royal icing. so, my question is can I freeze this icing and is the answer is yes for how long?
ps. I have to thank everybody here because reading all the post I have learn so much icon_biggrin.gif
thanks

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ChefAngie Posted 25 May 2011 , 3:47pm
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NO!!!
Royal Icing- when I make royal icing I use the whole recipe to make flowers to use on other cakes or cupcakes.
If the royal icicing is left from flooding you can use it to make letters or flat designs such as butterflies, ladybugs, flowers or any design to use at another time.
Happy Baking and Decorating,
Chef Angie

carmijok Posted 25 May 2011 , 4:04pm
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There was a whole post on this subject-- which I can not find now-- that said yes, you most definitely can freeze royal icing. I know because I was excited at the prospect of being able to do that. I believe they said to let it come to room temp and whip again. I think. I hope some of those people who said how will write in again! I would check my posts but I can't get past the first page. Seems like when I try to go to page 2 or 'next' I get a message that 'nothing fits the criteria' of my search! (I have had the worst time with CC's website!) Anyway, I'd like to see more responses on this subject for sure!

jackie929 Posted 26 May 2011 , 3:16pm
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thank you for your replies, I'm always learning so much in here
thanks again icon_biggrin.gif

my3sons46530 Posted 31 May 2011 , 1:37am
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I just started freezing my extra royal icing a couple of months ago. It works great. No more waste. I freeze in freezer bags, let come to room temp, stir and go. Saves lots of time and product! There are a lot of great cookie tips on cookiedecorator-dot-com.

jackie929 Posted 31 May 2011 , 3:47am
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thank you for the info, it's good to know tht works : ) no more waste...

bellevuelimo Posted 31 May 2011 , 7:39am
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I would bake and freeze just the cake.Make your royal icing decorations and store in a cool dry place.The day before you are using the cake,I would move the cake to the fridge for awhile,then take it out,ice it and decorate with your royal icing decorations.I would not ice the cake with royal icing,it dries much too hard.You are better off using a regular sugar icing or butter cream.

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