I Used Toba Garett's Glaze

Baking By TheButterWench Updated 17 Mar 2008 , 8:44am by Honeydukes

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TheButterWench Posted 16 Mar 2008 , 6:13am
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and I loved the finish it gave my cookies, I brushed it on with a pastry brush.

I also added some Wilton white to the glaze to make it less sheer and now I can take my edible pens and decorate the cookies!

Fast and easy and I didn't have to waste any fondant.

It was almost as easy as the fondant cut out method!

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milissasmom Posted 16 Mar 2008 , 6:30am
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Great news! Have to try it!!!

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trixieleigh Posted 17 Mar 2008 , 4:04am
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I am thinking about trying this recipe out this week for a 50-cookie order. Does this glaze work the same as royal icing? Do you apply it with a bag and tip? Thanks for your help!

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Karabear1125 Posted 17 Mar 2008 , 4:45am
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I tried this recipe one time and it does taste really good except I couldn't decorate for anything with it, to thin and even added more powder sugar and still didn't work quite well..I'd like to know the secrets how you all did!

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Honeydukes Posted 17 Mar 2008 , 8:44am
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ButterWench, I love it, too! And I too, prefer to use a brush. It is so much easier. I have to really work at flooding. I can never get my outlines smooth. I'm working on it, though!

trixieleigh, you can outline and flood with it. Check out kneadacookie's gallery. icon_eek.gif She does amazing work with this glace. It's not exactly like royal, although it does dry hard; just not as hard.

Karabear1125, to thin it just add more liquid -- water or milk whichever you are using.

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