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To thicken frosting without adding powdered sugar, make the recipe as directed, and add meringue powder to thicken it. Thickening frosting with meringue powder takes only a couple minutes and requires 1.5 tablespoons of ... More »

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Buttercream frosting is the most popular type of icing that uses powdered sugar as its base, while confectioner's glaze, a lighter alternative to traditional icing, also uses this product. Make 1/2 cup of confectioner's ... More »

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According to Domino Sugar, it is not recommended to substitute powdered sugar for granulated sugar when baking. Powdered sugar is much finer and can create an undesirable texture in the final product. More »

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According to Domino Sugar, it is not recommended to substitute powdered sugar for granulated sugar when baking. Powdered sugar is much finer and can create an undesirable texture in the final product. More »

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Powdered sugar is not a suitable substitute for granulated sugar in baking recipes. Powdered sugar is granulated sugar that has been processed into powdered form. Cornstarch is then added to prevent clumping during use. ... More »

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Buttercream frosting is the most popular type of icing that uses powdered sugar as its base, while confectioner's glaze, a lighter alternative to traditional icing, also uses this product. Make 1/2 cup of confectioner's ... More »

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Wilton's recipe for royal icing includes meringue powder, powdered sugar and water. Royal icing is safe to eat and is used to make hard decorations, such as flowers, and to cement decorations to an iced cake. This type o... More »

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