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Yay! Worked wonders! I didn't use bottled fruit juice, I just squeezed 2 lemons and topped it up with water until 85ml, very translucent colour and of course lemon = nice fragrance! I've used it for my fruit chiffon cake (as pictured) and my japanese chiffon cheesecake! Thx a million!
THE BEST GLAZE! I've used it for everything and it is PERFECT. I love that I can substitute different kinds of fruit juice to suit different desserts. I most often use it for my cheesecake with fresh berries glazed on top; I add lemon juice to that recipe (1/2 c. water, 1/2 c. fresh squeezed juice with pulp strained out). ONE QUICK DECORATING TIP: Instead of placing your fruit on top of your cake then drizzling the glaze over the top, add a good spoonful of glaze to a bowl then add your fruit. GENTLY mix to coat all of the fruit then place the fruit where you'd like it onto your cake. It tends to look more professional this way. Only caution is that VERY ripe fruit, such as blackberries will break and mix their blackberry juice into the glaze if you mix too vigorously. Mix Gently. Good luck and enjoy!!
This tasted nice and was simple to make but I found it wasn't clear but rather an orange colour. This could be due to the fact that I used peach juice but the recipe didn't specify which juice was best. Perhaps using apple juice might have given a more translucent result. I also used a bit of honey which might have added too much colour as I can't get corn syrup here. Perhaps glucose might have worked better. I will try again and update my findings.
One word: ABSOLUTELYPERFECT. This was beyond simple to make from ingredients that are always on hand and it was the perfect texture, taste and color. Half a batch was more than enough to do a dozen cupcake-sized cheesecake tarts. And a VERY adequate and tasty chocolate glaze resulted by adding about 1/4 cup of semi-sweet morsels to the full batch. This will also produce a glaze that sets a bit more solid and certainly not nearly as translucent. Thank you for posting!
Thank you so much for posting this. I was pressed for time and needed something quick. Recipezaar to the rescue! I used this glaze for raspberries and blueberries that I used to top mini cheesecakes (recipe by RecipeNut).
Thank you so much for posting this...I was frantic for a glaze that I could use on cheese cake tarts. (see photo) The recipe I had, suggested using an apricot jam glaze, but when I tried it, they didn't look very pretty. I came across this recipe and gave it a try and I am so glad I did. I didn't have corn syrup, but had some simple syrup that I used as a substitute, it turned out perfectly!! Thank you for posting and thank goodness for Recipezaar and all the wonderful people who make this site so great!!
I made this to go with Austrian Strawberry Torte. I used Kittencal's Bakery Buttercream Frosting/Icing for the frosting and this over the blueberries. I used OJ for the fruit juice and it has great flavor.
I used this to top off some tarts that I had made for Mother's Day. I used 1/2 c. water and 1/2 c. lemon juice instead of a full cup of juice. They turned out wonderfully and it was the perfect compliment to the fruit and cream cheese filling. They were a huge hit!
This glaze is delicious! I made it with juice from mandarin orange tins and I used the orange segments to top a cheesecake! Delicious!
I made this to top a fresh peach cake yesterday. I pureed a cup's worth of fresh peaches and some lemon juice, and it was like a spread. It is wonderful.