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post #16 of 20
I use a small offset spatula and flat coat the cookie with Antonia's recipe. The consistency is quite soft but it does not run off the cookie. Let it harden for at leat 30 mn and then you can pipe over that if you want. It's how I did my pumpkin cookies at Halloween. Very fast and easy!
post #17 of 20
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Rhonda,

Does the icing dry hard? enough to bag?

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post #18 of 20
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Originally Posted by Kiddiekakes

Rhonda,

Does the icing dry hard? enough to bag?



Ditto--same question. thumbs_up.gif

I made cookies the other day and flooded the cookie with a petit four icing and did detailing with the royal icing. My kids wouldn't eat the cookies. They said the decorations were like "rocks" as my four-year-old said. icon_lol.gif (I kind of feel the same and am still searching for that perfect cookie icing)

kos
post #19 of 20
Kos,
Try the recipe on this site named alice's. It is very good and does NOT get rock hard. It takes a little longer to dry, but very good.
post #20 of 20
You can also thin out your icing just a little bit and pipe it in lines to pretty much fill in the space you want to have iced. Keep it about 1/4 to 1/8 inch from the edges. Then just grab the edges of the cookie and shake it back and forth in all directions, keeping the top of the cookie always pointed upward. The icing will fill in all the uncovered spots (if the texture was right) and look like you outlined and flooded but with no line visible around the outside.
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