Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins
I needed an easy glaze the hardened quickly (instead of over night like so many) but one that still had good flavor. This dries hard enough to stack the cookies. Note: Make one batch at a time. It's unmanageable in anything larger. Children's water color brushes or those used for painting chocolate molds work well. Make sure to put down wax paper or parchment paper on your work surface and prepare for messy kidlets. Originally found at All Recipes
- 1 cup confectioners' sugar
- 1 tablespoon light corn syrup
- 2 tablespoons water or 2 tablespoons milk
- food coloring
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
- Stir sugar, corn syrup, vanilla and the milk together.
- Stir in food coloring a few drops at a time until you reach the color desired.
- This glaze must be stirred each time you use it or dries with a mottled look.
- Yield: 1/2 c glaze.
Ok, It's me again. Made this recipe three times with the same results and even bought fresh confection sugar. It had a lemon taste and NEVER set hard like every other review I read. What could I be doing so wrong.... someone help this poor lil' southern fool out!!!
I made this to drizzle over Cherry Bonbon Cookies instead of rolling them in powdered sugar. I skipped the vanilla and used 2 tablespoons of the maraschino cherry juice as the liquid. It turned out great and had hardened within an hour.
The perfect glaze. We used if on top of store bought cookie dough as we didn't start making Santa's cookies until 8pm on Christmas Eve and they were 100% ready (from tube to plate) by 8:45!