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Samhain Living

Recipes By Crimsonwolf

Eerie Icing
Recipe By: CulinArt
Servings: 36
Categories: Desserts

Amount

Measure

Ingredient

2

each

egg whites

1

teaspoon

white vinegar

3

cups

confectioner's sugar

as desired

 

food coloring

Place egg whites and vinegar in the bowl of a stand mixer or in a large bowl. Whip egg whites about 1 to 2 minutes until frothy. Add confectioner's sugar, 1/2-cup at a time, until all the sugar is incorporated. If mixture is too thick to beat, add 1 or 2 teaspoons of water to thin down. Do not add too much liquid. Beat mixture at medium speed about 3 to 4 minutes until the icing is thick and glossy.

Transfer icing to container and keep tightly covered until ready to use.

For Halloween cookies: Place about 1/2 of the icing in a smaller bowl, color with a few drops of orange food coloring, cover or place into a zip-top plastic bag and seal until needed. Divide remaining icing into 2 smaller bowls, color one with green food coloring and the other with red food coloring. Cover or place into a zip-top plastic bags and seal until needed. To pipe icing, cut off one corner of the bag and squeeze out icing as desired.

Ice round or pumpkin-shaped cookies with orange icing. Use green icing to create a stem and the red icing to make eyes, nose, mouth, etc .

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Crimsonwolf

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