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Thick Royal Icing

Place confectioners’ sugar, egg whites, and water, if called for, in clean, grease-free bowls and whip with an electric mixer on high...

by Dede Wilson


Lemon and Sugar Crêpes

In Paris, these wafer-thin crêpes with the simplest of flavorings are sold by street vendors.

by Victoria Blashford-Snell and Brigitte Hafner


Sugar Syrup

I don’t like using a simple syrup, a one-to-one ratio of sugar to water, because it’s too thin. Whether it’s used for brushing onto cake ...

by Warren Brown


Caramel Fondue

Use a skillet instead of a saucepan to melt the sugar; its cooking surface is larger. Make ahead: Prepare to end of end of Step 3. Cool, ...

by Ilana Simon


Simple Syrup

This recipe is the basis of many of the frozen desserts in this book. It’s easy to make, and you can cover and keep it in the refrigerato...

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


Hot Butterscotch Sauce

This sauce is the classic butterscotch sundae sauce. It is so delectable, we guarantee you will enjoy it all immediately.

by Andrew Schloss, Marilyn Linton, and Tanya Linton


Translucent Sugar Glaze

Once dry, this simple, no-cook glaze forms a thin film over a cake or cookie crust. It may also be used as a decoration.

by Flo Braker


Maple Sugar Tile Cookies

Switch-Ins: In place of the maple sugar, switch in the following: • ¼ cup granulated sugarChange It Up: In place of the round shape, make...

by Abby Dodge


French Buttercream Frosting

Light and creamy like whipped cream, yet sturdy enough to make detailed decorations.

by George Geary


Seven-Minute Frosting

This frosting was made famous in the 1950's.  With the revolution new electric mixers, wit would only take seven minutes of mixing to cre...

by George Geary


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