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 Hello girl and boy witches, monsters, demons, zombie brides and grooms,

I have been trying to make spooky and scary looking food but yea, the sweet lolita in me just can't go without a little pastel, not even for Halloween.

Royal Icing is super ways and a fun way to decorate your cookies.
Inspired by sweet artists like KUNIKA I made some sugar cookies for our family Halloween party.


For about 30 cookies you need:
some table spoons of lemon juice or water, 2 eggs and about 500 g / 4 coups confectioners sugar, deepening on how big your eggs are you will need a little more or less sugar.

 Start with beating the egg whites in a clean bowl with a hand mixer at high speed until  foamy, test it hold turning the bowl upside down when it still runs keep beating until it stays fixed in the bows even when you hold it upside down. Gradually add the sugar and some  lemon juice or water. Beat at high speed until thickened.

When the mixture has the consistency of toothpaste you can add some paste food coloring if you like.

When you have the desired color let it is for 2-3 min and pop little air bubbles with a toothpick.


I have bought some icing nozzles out of metal and I would suggest you doing the same, the plastic ones are just not as easy to use.

Take the mixture in your icing bag and start doing the outlines, then fill in the outlines and if necessary fix mistakes with a toothptick.


I prepared 3 pastel colors and even though they are not perfect I had fun doing it and for my first time they didn't turn out as terrible as I expected

Let to cookies dry out for 24 hours, if you made too much put some cling film and put it on the bowl and put it in the fridge you can keep it for 2-3 days. On the cookie you can keep it for 2-3 weeks

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