Eggless Royal Icing

Baking By maggiekbs Updated 16 Feb 2005 , 6:59pm by blessing

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maggiekbs Posted 8 Feb 2005 , 2:18am
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My son has food allergies to milk and egg so I started making my own cakes. I have been taking cake decorating courses to learn how to make nicer cakes for him and my family. Currently, I am taking Wilton Course II at my local Michaels. That course is mostly royal icing flowers. I am trying to find an eggless royal icing so my son can safely have the cake. I have tried 2 recipes that didn't work, one had gelatine and the other had Ener-G egg replacer. icon_sad.gif The icing doesn't turn out stiff enough to make flowers such as a rose. It is more liquidy like for icing cookies or gingerbread houses. Has anyone used an eggless royal icing that worked for making flowers?

Thanks for any help,

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blessing Posted 16 Feb 2005 , 6:59pm
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hi Maggie,

Try using lime water and gelatine only and see the result.Goodluck


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