Confectioners Sugar Glaze?

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Confectioners sugar glaze is made from a mixture of confectioners sugar and water or milk. The glaze can be used to ice cookies and cakes. The consistency of the glaze is just a little thinner than toothpaste. When making the glaze, if one adds to much confectioners sugar and it becomes stiff, the mixture can be thinned with water. Food color can be added to the glaze mixture to change it from white to a chosen color.
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