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post #16 of 21

my problem is i can't wait

 

it's hard enough to wait for the choco to set up

 

i have no patience with ri--like for full coverage across the top

 

but more power to those who do it because your cookies are amazing

 

that's just me

 

and then sitting there all exposed to the air while they dry

 

omg loosing all my hard earned flavor minute by minute

 

agh!!! icon_biggrin.gif

 

i like rolled buttercream on cookies too

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post #17 of 21
I think it tastes good. I make the NFSC recipe and put half vanilla, half almond flavoring. Same in the royal icing. The moisture from the icing kind of keeps the cookie soft, with a nice crispy top. I like 'em!
post #18 of 21

i like 'em too

 

my gf mailed me one in a flimsy paper envelope

 

it was dynamite

 

i just can't make those i can't wait for it to dry with my cookie under there out in the air that long

 

my eyes cross and my hands shake

 

but no problem eating same ;)

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post #19 of 21
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I too use a glace. You can add more PS to it to make it thicker and more pipeable.  The only thing is that it WILL spread slightly no matter how thick you make it, but it does pipe nicely and works beautifully for brushed embroidery.  Plus it tastes fantastic.


Thanks for sharing! I did not know you could use glaze and do brush embroidery! Those cookies look really nice!

post #20 of 21

I try and steer clear of making any kind of iced cookies, but I saw this page today, she just uses glaze icing on her cookies and they look great!

http://www.cookiecrazie.com/

post #21 of 21

I have used this recipe in the past and it is great.  The icing dries hard and shiny, but not rock hard like royal.  The only thing is that you need to quadruple the recipe if you are icing a large batch of cookies.

 

http://allrecipes.com/recipe/sugar-cookie-icing/

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