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Old 10-01-2010, 12:44 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by bakechef View Post
the type of glaze that you want is used in commercial bakeries and is a fondant based icing. It is very thick and not at all fluffy, it is usually warmed just slightly and dipped. Brill makes one called White and glossy, I don't know how you would make this at home.
I found what looks like a 5 gallon bucket of this stuff that'd be $56 with shipping. After I move next month I may buy this =)

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Old 10-01-2010, 04:44 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by sonofdays View Post
I found what looks like a 5 gallon bucket of this stuff that'd be $56 with shipping. After I move next month I may buy this =)
This can be used on cinnamon rolls, bundt cakes etc. Also makes a great drizzle type icing when warmed.

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More Cake Doughtnut Icing Help, Please I'm having a terrible time finding a good frosting/icing for my cake doughnuts. I posted here in early July about modifying my icing recipe, tried it and was pleased with the results but ultimately discouraged because it still wasn't what I wanted. Review these pictures, please: [IMG]http://joepastry.com/pics/cakedoughnutglazed.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://squeakystroller.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/02/Giant-Donut-Cake-Pan-Set.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://www.seriouseats.com/images/20100604-donuts-500.jpg[/IMG] Of the three, I'm personally most intrigued by the last image, but I'm sure they're all very similar. Can somebody [I]please[/I] tell me how to make icing like this? I imagine it's a thick concoction that requires heating the icing, dipping the doughnut, then letting the icing harden. Also, in response to a question from my original post that I didn't see, I do bake my doughnuts. [URL="http://annejamin.com/info/recipes/doughnuts.htm"]Here is a link to my recipe[/URL], if you'd like to give it a try. The page even suggests the doughnut tray (like a cupcake tray) that I prefer. I will be forever grateful to anybody that can point me towards an appropriate icing recipe =) 3 stars 1 reviews
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