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This was really easy to make and use. I made it for my 5 1/2 year old to use to decorate her Easter bunny cake for the holiday. She had fun and it worked well for her. The bunny cake turned out much differently than I had planned. Originally, I was going to decorate it myself but she insisted on trying to do it all by herself. I figured what the heck, it's for her anyway, why not?!? I'd post a picture but I'm not sure it would make others want to try this great recipe! It's quite a work of art! Thanks for posting. Made for Pick a Chef Spring 2009.
I used a bit of extract in the water to give the icing a little flavor. It turned out OK, but I will probably try something else next time.
I made some of this this past weekend for use in decorating a gingerbread cookie tree for a party my MIL is having. I got it out of a booklet that came with the cutters I used, so I didn't think to review it until I saw Ducky's review under the "recently reviewed recipes" section. This stuff is pretty easy to whip up (although I thought my hand mixer was going to die after 10 minutes!!!) and really does dry very quickly. The taste was better than I expected it to be. Thanks for posting so I can find it again easily. It's a keeper!
Used this recipe when I couldn't find my copy from class. I made a double recipe (2 lb bag of powdered sugar). The water is approximate depending upon how thin you need the icing.
Can't get any easier than this! Dries super fast, I used it on heart cut-outs for Valentine's and added red liquid food coloring and raspberry extract! Thanks for posting!
Great recipe CC! I made these cookies for my daugther's basketball game. The icing dries beautifully so I can wrap these in the Wilton cookie bags and add team color ribbons! Thanks for posting! Heather