Digital Download – Lesson 1: How To Make Royal Icing – Video

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This video tutorial will teach you how to make royal icing, which is used to create smooth iced cookies and delicate decorations. This video has easy to follow instructions and includes a royal icing recipe.
This video along with the other basic technique videos, my Orange Vanilla Spice Cookie recipe and royal icing recipe are now available in a bundled package.
Recommended supplemental readingRoyal Icing Consistencies and Troubleshooting Tips
  
How To Make Royal Icing:  6 min 56 sec 97.6 MB
Royal Icing Recipe: 67.5 KB
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35 thoughts on “Digital Download – Lesson 1: How To Make Royal Icing – Video

  1. A few days ago I purchased the royal icing recipe and have already made a batch. I think I read somewhere why you use twice as much meringue powder but don’t remember the reason you gave. I don’t really have a great deal of time to experiment with different amounts so would you refresh my memory as to why? Also, how does doing this affect the taste of the finished product – or does it?

  2. Dear Amber,
    I love your cookies decorating videos. But would you like to give te recipe of your cookies. Or where can i find it? Please tell me.
    Thanks and regards,
    Charlotte

  3. hi amber! i don’t want to want decorating cookies coz i feel that it’s so difficult to do. but seeing your beautiful creations now encourages me to try it! when are you coming here in Canada particularly Toronto? warm regards!

  4. Hi, I purchased your video here on how to make royal icing . Is it to be emailed to me? Also, I would like to make a Denmark flag cookie. Would you use the flooding technique for the red part and the white stripes? Thanks for any help.

  5. Dear Amber,

    Thank you very much for your amazing cookies! And I would like to ask is it possible to use instead of merengue powder something else? And if it is can you answer please in which proportion?

    Thank you in advance for yor reply.

    • Hi Helen! You can replace the meringue powder with dried egg white powder in this recipe. If you’re looking for an egg substitute to use in royal icing, I have not yet found one, but I will post here if I do!

      • Hi Amber and Helen!
        I bought some Virgin Ice Royal Icing from Bulk Barn not long ago. It is an eggless royal icing mix that is made of Soy Protein and icing sugar. I suppose the powder soy protein can replace the powdered egg whites?
        Charlotte

  6. Hello Amber, I purchased your recipes and videos. The cookies are amazing! They turned out exactly as you explained and they have a beautiful taste. Thank you. But I’m having trouble with is the icing. I have made two batches and they have turned out gritty. I am in Australia and I think it was the meringue powder I used. It looks to be more course than the one you use. Could that be the reason?

    • Thank you, Mindy! I find that when I travel abroad to teach, the powdered sugar has a different texture than the powdered sugar that I use here. So, that could be the reason you are experiencing this. I always use Wilton meringue powder, which is very fine, but if yours seems to be course, that could be causing the problem, as well. Is it possible for you to acquire some Wilton meringue powder?

      • I will jump online and try to source some. I might just have to do some experimenting :) Thank you for your reply. Kind regards.

  7. Hi Amber,

    What is the difference between your Cookie Decorating Video Tutorials and the Sweet Elegance: 16 Cookie-Decorating Techniques? If both are same but only one has more lessons then I will order that one, please advise. Thanks and regards.

    Teresa

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