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This is a great recipe for royal icing. I found the flavor combination to be delicious. For those who are unsure about how long to beat the icing- I beat the pasturized egg whites until they were frothy. I then added the powdered sugar, and beat until a soft-medium peak formed. I also made sure I added my powdered sugar gradually- I think the flavor comes out better. Thanks for posting! This will be my go-to royal icing. :)

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History Teacher November 21, 2008

This is good frosting! I made this along with your World's Greatest Sugar Cookies. It was fabulous, and even held in the fridge for a couple days, I just remixed it and it was perfect! The taste was wonderful, and the flavorings are perfect! I was putting hardly any frosting on the cookies, but you couldnt taste the frosting at all.....so next time I will PILE this frosting on! LOL Thanks so much for a wonderful Royal Icing recipe!

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~*Miss Diggy*~ October 21, 2007

Just wanted to say "THANK YOU" for the outstanding royal icing recipe. I have tried lots of recipes but this one is definately a KEEPER! Good enough to put in my recipe box.

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djshanebrook March 06, 2007

Perfect! I use the egg sub instead of raw. Delicious taste with the flavorings, perfect consistency. Dries nicely! Thanks for a great keeper!

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Kikimony November 10, 2005

This really is good. I worry some about the raw egg, but the darn things dissapear so fast, I don't think we are in any real danger! I use it on you Worlds Greatest Sugar cookies (with a touch of nutmeg added to the cookies) and have used it throughout the Holidays, liking it better each time I've done them! Thanks!

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yibbityibbit January 13, 2004
Royal Icing