Royal Icing Mix Bundle
Get 1 each of our Instant Royal Icing Mixes! Red, black, and white all in 8oz bags.
Just add water for icing! Perfect for stenciling, dots and eyes, writing or thin it for flooding. The color does not need to sit and develop, it's ready to use immediately!
Making delicious royal icing is now easier than ever with this ready-to-use mix.
- Light vanilla flavor, no need to add flavoring
- 8 oz bag, yields 3/4 cup icing
- Make as much or as little as you need
- 2-year shelf life
- Made in the USA
- Kosher (CRC)
- Using for stenciling or flooding, includes directions for multiple icing stiffness's.
- NEW LOWER PRICE, SAME GREAT PRODUCT
Red Ingredients: Sugar, Meringue Powder (Corn Starch, Egg Whites, Sugar, Gum Arabic, Sodium Aluminum Sulfate, Citric Acid, Cream of Tartar, Vanillin), Corn Starch, Gum Arabic, Red 40, Red 3.
CONTAINS: EGG. Made on equipment that also processes wheat, milk, soy and tree nuts.
Gluten Statement: The Cookie Countess Stenciling Icing does not contain wheat or gluten but is made on equipment that also processes wheat, gluten, milk, soy and tree nuts.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can this icing be used to stencil, detail, AND flood?
Yes, of course! Simply adjust your consistency as needed.
Does this icing mix taste bad?
Not at all! This mix has a light vanilla scent and flavor, but you can always add the flavor extract of your choice during preparation to suit your tastes. Some people are more sensitive to food dye taste in general, however.
Once prepared, how long is the icing good for?
Follow standard royal icing usage guidelines, which you can find here. General rule of thumb is up to 2 days on the counter, up to 2 weeks in the refrigerator, and several months in the freezer if you follow proper storage protocols.
This black and red icing are very dark. Will they bleed?
The honest answer: possibly. As with any other highly-pigmented icing, color bleed is always a possibility. The best thing you can do is to take other precautions that can help mitigate the chance that the red and/or black color will bleed into adjacent icing (e.g. start with a base of white gel in other icing colors; pipe details onto a crusted--but not fully dry--base; etc.)
The bag doesn't re-seal. If I don't use the full bag of mix, how should I store it?
You can place the full bag of mix into a larger Ziploc bag or other airtight container for storage. Keep the mix in its original packaging in order to retain Best By and Lot information.