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DIY Royal Icing Googly Eyes - Use flooding consistency, 5-10 sec to get smooth; have both colors ready, they won't bleed - Black icing: make a batch using some cocoa powder instead of powdered sugar.  Will use less dye.  Or first add a dark dye, like blue or brown and then add black. Americolor is the best color

DIY Royal Icing Googly Eyes - Use flooding consistency, 5-10 sec to get smooth; have both colors ready, they won't bleed - Black icing: make a batch using some cocoa powder instead of powdered sugar. Will use less dye. Or first add a dark dye, like blue or brown and then add black. Americolor is the best color

baked in flat, even layers (thanks so the wet towel/cake diaper trick) and they all baked in exactly 50 minutes, no matter which pan size. Even the big 10-inch baked evenly all the way to the middle without a heating core or anything.

baked in flat, even layers (thanks so the wet towel/cake diaper trick) and they all baked in exactly 50 minutes, no matter which pan size. Even the big 10-inch baked evenly all the way to the middle without a heating core or anything.

video tutorial - how to find the right consistency for royal icing, depending on what you're doing with it (outlining or flooding)...also shows how to make a royal icing decoration on a transparency sheet and then transfer it to a cake instead of decorating right on a cookie.

video tutorial - how to find the right consistency for royal icing, depending on what you're doing with it (outlining or flooding)...also shows how to make a royal icing decoration on a transparency sheet and then transfer it to a cake instead of decorating right on a cookie.

Some great tips for making dark royal icing, preventing colors from bleeding (add corn syrup--who knew?), and freezing leftovers.

Some great tips for making dark royal icing, preventing colors from bleeding (add corn syrup--who knew?), and freezing leftovers.

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