Royal Icing Cannot Dry Overnight~! Help!

Baking By LULUCHA SWEETS Updated 27 Jan 2014 , 8:10am by cupcakemaker

LULUCHA SWEETS Posted 27 Jan 2014 , 6:36am
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I like lovely royal icing cookies. But in this cold winter, I met some problems about drying. 

 

The receipe (only use powdered sugar, meringue powder, water, wilton gel color. No lemon juice nor glycerinum ) never changed, and I used 10″ royal icing for filling.

 

I put the cookies on the balcony let them dry overnight (at least 12 hours). When I prepared to pack them in the morning as usual, I found they still wet on the surface.

 

I don't know maybe it's too cold, so the moistrue in the royal icing cannot go out? How to solve it? If I use air-condition overnight, it cost too much.

3 replies
cupcakemaker Posted 27 Jan 2014 , 7:47am
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AYou can bake at a very low temp to dry them out.

LULUCHA SWEETS Posted 27 Jan 2014 , 7:54am
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Quote:

Originally Posted by cupcakemaker 

You can bake at a very low temp to dry them out.

bake them at 35℃ keep warm or at 100℃ for 1 hour like making swiss meringues?

cupcakemaker Posted 27 Jan 2014 , 8:10am
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This is what I do, it's in the biscuiteers book.

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