The Royal Icing Recipe That’ll Make Your Cookies Look Fit For a Queen

Ever wonder what it takes to give your cookies that professionally piped look? Well, it’s all about the icing! No matter your piping level, whether beginner or expert, the wrong icing will make anyone’s cookie look a mess! Here’s a recipe for the perfect royal icing to get you piping like a pro: Royal Icing Recipe.

For different consistencies, simply adjust the amount of water you add to the mixture. To give your icing a pop of color, it’s highly recommended that you use gel or powder coloring as to not effect the texture of the mixture. Don’t be afraid to test your mixture on a piece of parchment first.

Now that you’ve got your royal icing ready to go, put it in a bag and get to piping! With the holidays just around the corner this is the perfect time to put your recipe to work. Break out some festive cookie cutters and start creating! Let your royally iced cookies be the highlight of your dessert table at the next holiday party. With thanksgiving just around the corner, this recipe will definitely give you something to be thankful for!

Here’s a look at some of our cookies available for purchase this Thanksgiving season:

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Happy Halloween… El Día De Los Muertos!

Happy Halloween from The Little Baker! 😉

We hope your holiday is full of sweet treats, funny frights, and many memories!

Halloween has been a huge past time for the United States and profitable for the candy companies! Our holiday is based on El Día de Los Muertos. This day is meant to celebrate your ancestors and life. Their holiday is plentiful with celebrations, family, costumes, libations, and food.

In the U.S. our candy is a substitute for El Día de Los Muertos sweet treats.

On October 31st, people enjoy Pan de Muerto. It’s a sweet, egg-rich bread referred to as the “bread of the dead” and children enjoy sugar skulls. That’s right they’re not just Halloween costumes!

Chocolate and Pumpkin candy are also pivotal in their consumption of alcohol. These ingredients often appear in their cocktails during the holiday.

Their holiday isn’t too different from ours, but they enjoy their sweets differently. This Halloween be brave and try the Pan de Muerto. Find the recipe here!

As the holiday season continues don’t forget to make our sweet treats a part of your day!

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Happy Halloween!! Boo!!