Poured Cookie Icing

"This recipe is from Wilton.com. This icing dries to a shiny, hard finish. Great to use for icing or to outline and fill cookies with cake tip number 2 or 3. I used this on sugar cookie cutouts, and it worked great. You can add food coloring to it if you want different colors. Easy to write on cookies with."
 
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Ready In:
10mins
Ingredients:
3
Serves:
1
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ingredients

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directions

  • Place sugar and milk in bowl.
  • Stir in syrup and mix well.
  • For filling in areas, use thinned icing (add small amounts of light corn syrop until desired consistency is reached).

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Reviews

  1. wildcat10
    I always add meringue powder (buy at cake store) to poured icing to help it harden! I'm a "dumper", so I can't tell you how much - about 1/3 cup if using a 2lb bag of powdered sugar
     
  2. Yia Yia
    Pretty nice. I had to add more corn syrup to get the consistency that I wanted, but it dried to a nice glossy, smooth finish.
     
  3. JAZELL
    Perfect Recipe, I did have to add a little more corn syrup but it dried and turned out perfect !
     
  4. csb7091
    This was really good. It seemed a little thicker than most icings, which help make it less messy. Thanks for the recipe.
     
  5. *Parsley*
    Great consistancy; easy to make. Spreads very nicely and dries glossy. I used Wilton food color paste to make a pale yellow for some Easter cut out cookies. I'll be using this icing many times. Thanx!
     
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