White Icing Mix
Ideal for cookie decorating. Makes royal icing for building gingerbread house too.This mix can be made as a thin glaze or beaten longer to make a stiff icing for raised decorating and assembling the walls of a gingerbread house. Great to have around; a time-saver and multi-tasker, too.
What you get
Makes smooth, shiny cookie glaze or icing. Yields 1½ cups glaze or about 3¼ cups frosting or royal icing.
Care & storage
Store cool & dry 12 months.
Test kitchen tips
Our mix is quite versatile and can be made in a full range of thicknesses depending on how you work with it. Add a little more water and mix less, and you'll get a great cookie glaze for tinting, drizzling, or painting. Follow the package directions and beat for longer for a stiffer glaze that helps assemble your gingerbread architecture.
If you’re making royal icing to construct your gingerbread house, beat the mix with 5 to 6 tablespoons of water for 2 minutes on low speed and about 5 minutes on high, until the icing is light and fluffy, and will hold a stiff peak. Find more gingerbread house construction tips here.>