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My original recipe called for baking powder, but I found they puffed up way too much. After much tweaking (adding less and less) I've found the recipe doesn't need it at all! And the texture is still perfect. The key is to not over bake them. Like vldutoit already said, bake just until they lose their sheen.
Hi! With royal icing, I usually color the icing before I thin it out. This helps when you need both piping consistency as well as flood in the same color.  I color the piping icing, pour it into my piping bag or bottle (I use both), then thin out the rest for flooding.  I mix them slowly as to not add too much air. I also add the water to the flood icing a little at a time to incorporate it and prevent it from separating.  HTH :)
I have the KopyKake 300XK (the one with the base, not the clip on) and I love it! So far I've used it for decorating cookies. I got it from jerrysartarama (dot) com on sale for $157.00 plus had a free shipping coupon code that I got from retailmenot (dot) com, so it was a great deal. Shipping was fast also. HTH Rez
I've ordered lots of times from them. I've ordered gumpaste and royal flowers and they were very carefully packaged. I've never received anything that was broken. HTHRezzy
Here's a link to the video of her making it.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zFx2hSkuWk8&feature=PlayList&p=74B3B5F44FFBF98A&playnext=1&playnext_from=PL&index=5
Here's a photo tutorial of the flower nail method:http://cakecentral.com/articles/651/cake-baking-flower-nail-method-tutorial
I think that one is kinda cute!
I have the perfect design for that topper!!
Same here! When I closed my bakeshop, my big ole box of parchment came up to my home kitchen! And yup, just wipe down and reuse 'em!
Same here parchment all the way! Makes your sheets last longer and quick clean up too!
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