Just like my update to my sugar cookie recipe, I feel my initial royal icing recipe post requires an update as well. When I initially posted the recipe it worked well then, but I realized it is outdated and not what I use today. Over the past two years, I've experimented with other royal icing recipe variations and made a few tweaks until I reached the formula I now use consistently each time I make cookies.
Icings – 55 Recipes For Hershey’s Syrup – Vintage Booklet
VintageChocolate Cream Icing (Uncooked) 2 tablespoonfuls HERSHEY’S Syrup . . . 1/2 teaspoonful vanilla . . . 2 tablespoonfuls thick cream . . . 1/8 teaspoonful almond extract . . . XXXX confectioners’ sugar. * Mix the cream and Hershey’s Syrup together with the extracts, then gradually add XXXX confectioners’ sugar to make of the right consistency for spreading over the surface of a cold cake.
Vintage Recipes: 1964 Cakes, Cookies and Frostings
Found another vintage cookbook with fantastic recipes to share! These are from "Favorite Recipes From America's Dairyland" 1964 Wisconsin Department of Agriculture. Hope you find some you'll enjoy! Remember: Serve food responsibly....use vintage dishes!! You may also like these posts:
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