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Powdered Glaze

Glaze/Drizzle

  1. In a large standing mixer, add 320 ounces of powdered sugar.
  2. Add 56 ounces of hot water to the powdered sugar. To make the glaze thinner, you can add 25% more water (which would be an additional 14 ounces of water), for a total of 70 ounces of water.
  3. Blend the powdered sugar and hot water together in the mixer until the glaze is smooth and well combined.
  4. Check the consistency of the glaze. If it's too thick, you can add a little more water and blend again until you reach the desired consistency.
  5. The recipe should produce approximately half a bucket of glaze. If you need more or less glaze, you can adjust the recipe accordingly by increasing or decreasing the amount of powdered sugar and hot water.
  6. Once the glaze is ready, you can use it immediately or store it in an airtight container until you're ready to use it.

Note: Be careful when adding additional water to the glaze, as too much water can make the glaze too thin and runny. It's best to add water gradually and test the consistency as you go.

 

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