Halloween is almost here, and that means Halloween parties, spooky gatherings and trick-or-treaters are right around the corner! This video tutorial shows a clever way to create a royal icing spiderweb on a sugar cookie in a few quick and easy steps.

https://youtube.com/watch?v=CHyp_cqEZ5I

Learn how to make a spider web on a sugar cookie using royal icing. Watch more of my video tutorials here: http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLztUHqF1BV4IgEP2d8emhMOujTjlGpYze
This cookie decorating demonstration is part of a step by step tuto
rial from my blog. To see the entire tutorial with full instructions visit https://www.sweetambs.com/tutorial/creepy-spider-cookie-tutorial/

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My royal icing recipe:
https://www.sweetambs.com/products-page/recipes/

Please direct all questions to amber@sweetambs.com

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Comments

vonscakes87 Says... 23 Oct 2013 , 12:09pm

I would like to know how she made the perfect square of icing without it running over edge anywhere!!very cute!!

Ann Marie Says... 25 Oct 2013 , 12:18pm

How do you pipe such straight lines? Everytime I try to pipe anything, whether it be melted chocolate, royal icing or butter cream, it always pipes out squigly or zig-zaggy. Any advise would be most appreciated. Thanks.

gracemyrtle Says... 28 Oct 2014 , 9:07am

Ann Marie, I see that I am late to the party on this one but hope this helps! A lot of things can affect your end result. The easiest one to control is the tip. Make sure you keep a damp cloth or sponge close by to periodically clean the tip. Dried bits on the end will cause an uneven line. When working with royal icing, make sure that you don't scrape down the sides of your bowl and incorporate the dried bits into your icing. This will also plug the opening. The last tip is to use a finger on your free hand to act as a stabilizer. It is surprising how much that helps toward creating a straight line! Happy baking!


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