Vickys Royal Icing for Cookies – No Egg GF DF EF SF NF. Great recipe for Vickys Royal Icing for Cookies – No Egg GF DF EF SF NF. This is an eggless version of Royal Icing for cookies. Any leftovers make fab potato salad with some added mayonnaise and a few finely sliced spring onions.
First of all, I have to clarify that by no means I am an expert on decorating cookies. But… My daughter loves to decorate cookies!! Unfortunately, most royal icing recipes and store-bought royal icing products have eggs as an. You can cook Vickys Royal Icing for Cookies – No Egg GF DF EF SF NF using 5 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Vickys Royal Icing for Cookies – No Egg GF DF EF SF NF
- You need 125 g of icing sugar / powdered sugar.
- Prepare 4 tsp of milk of choice – I use light coconut milk.
- You need 2 tsp of clear corn syrup or golden syrup.
- Prepare 1/4 tsp of almond extract or clear vanilla extract.
- You need of gel food colouring of choice.
Royal icing is a hard white icing made from softly beaten egg whites and confectioners sugar that dries to a smooth, hard, matte finish. It's ideal for decorating cookies, creating intricate designs, or making letters or flower decorations. What you'll need to make royal icing. Visualizza altre idee su Dolci, Ricette, Cibo.
Vickys Royal Icing for Cookies – No Egg GF DF EF SF NF instructions
- Put all of the ingredients in a bowl and mix together slowly until incorporated. It should be thick enough to hold a soft peak.
- The icing needs to be quite thick to do your initial cookie outlines. These will stop the rest of the icing flowing over the edge of your cookies. Put this mixture into a piping bag and go around all of your outlines with it. Let it set for a few minutes.
- Add a touch more syrup and milk to the rest of the icing to thin it so it's a bit thinner but not too runny. Add 1 tsp of each at a time but no more than 3 tsp of each.
- Now pipe or spoon this thinner icing into your cookie centres, tip it gently around and use a toothpick to encourage it into all the nooks you need to fill.
- Set aside for a few hours until set, between 3 – 5 is the usual time for my icing.
- Now it's rock hard and you can use an edible pen on the icing or pipe embellishments in different coloured icing on top!.
- This recipe makes around 130g / 1 cup of royal icing which is enough to ice 16 – 18 x 3" sized cookies.
According to Kelli, one of the most important tricks is to have a great royal icing recipe. You can use a thicker icing to outline the cookie, and a thinner icing to "flood" (or fill in) the cookie. This recipe yields a very thick icing. Just use a little water to thin it to your desired consistency. Add mixture to sugar and proceed with recipe, as instructed.