Decorating By Christ6ian Updated 3 Jul 2013 , 12:13pm by Rosie93095

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Christ6ian Posted 3 Jul 2013 , 11:35am
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Is there a type of icing thats REALLY simple to make but doesn't contain glyceri.

I need a icing thats like royal icing but I don't have glycerin, any suggestions???

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Dayti Posted 3 Jul 2013 , 11:59am
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What do you need to ice? In royal icing, glycerine is added so that the icing does not harden so much, and you would use it for icing a cake, for example. With no glycerine, it is usually used for decorating cookies since you would usually want the icing crunchy. If you want a glaze, mixing icing sugar with water will do - add more or less water depending on the consistency you want. Thicker icing can be used for cookies, thinner icing is good for drizzling over cakes. Depends what you need it for!

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Rosie93095 Posted 3 Jul 2013 , 12:13pm
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What are you icing? There are a lot of buttercream recipes here on CC you can search.

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