|Making Ice Cream and Iced Desserts|
|by Joanna Farrow|
Experiment with different flavors, learn to layer and ripple, use molds of different shapes and sizes, and make your own baskets, cones, cookies a...
1 - 10 of 1,050 for sugar cookie icing
Cream butter, sugar and vanilla all ... with a floured cookie cutter. Bake on ... cookies. Frost with icing. Combine sugar, ... approximately 5 dozen cookies.
Mix sugar and eggs. Add ... greased and floured cookie sheets. Bake at ... about 10 minutes. Ice cookies while warm. ... make creamy. Beat until smooth.
Put a few ... Spread on baked cookies. Let youngsters ... make various pastel icings. Blend well ... party activity. Guest decorate and eat their own treats.
Sift together flour, ... 30 seconds. Add sugar and beat until ... Place on ungreased cookie sheet. Bake at ... done. Frost with icing in various colors, ... recipe may be doubled.
Cream shortening, add sugar, add eggs. ... surface. Cut with cookie cutters in desired ... at 350 degrees. Ice by dipping top of cookie into icing - dry on ... Tint with food coloring.
Combine sugar, butter, vanilla extract and milk, adding a few drops of milk to reach desired consistency. Add coloring. Spread over cooled cookies.
Add white sugar, brown sugar ... baking powder. Let stand overnight in refrigerator. Drop onto greased cookie sheets. Bake at 475 degrees until lightly brown.
Cream sugar and butter. Add ... or until delicately brown. Use enough powdered sugar to make easy spreading. Any food coloring may be used that you wish.
Cream together butter and sugar; blend in ... thick. Cut with cookie cutter. Bake on ... depending on humidity, etc. to make dough of rolling consistency.
Place all ingredients ... full 10 minutes. Icing will become thick ... desired. To thin, add a few drops of water. Royal icing hardens with a nice sheen.
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