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Irish Flag Frosting

Rated as 3.7 out of 5 Stars

"Frosting for Irish Flag Cookies (see recipe in footnote), or any cut-out cookies you like!"
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Ingredients

servings 27
Original recipe yields 18 servings (1 cup)

Directions

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  1. Blend confectioners' sugar, salt and vanilla. Add just enough water to make frosting easy to spread.
  2. Divide frosting into 2 small bowls. Add 2 drops of orange food coloring to one bowl and 2 drops of green food coloring to the other bowl. Mix each until the colors are even.
  3. Frost 1 inch of the left side of each Irish Flag Cookie with the green frosting and 1 inch of the right side of the cookies with the orange frosting, leaving the middle inch unfrosted.

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Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 27 calories; 0 7 0 0 32 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

This is the perfect glaze for the irish flag cookies. Don't expect a typical "frosting". Because the vanilla makes it cream colored, I made an additional 1/2 batch w/o vanilla for a middle whi...

Most helpful critical review

the frosting got hard to quick

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This is the perfect glaze for the irish flag cookies. Don't expect a typical "frosting". Because the vanilla makes it cream colored, I made an additional 1/2 batch w/o vanilla for a middle whi...

It did get hard quick but it worked perfectly for frosting the cookies. It's more like a glaze than frosting but it worked great for the cookies.

This recipe should be changed to "ICING" instead of frosting. This recipe is PERFECT for this type of cookie - it spreads easily, then evens itself out to a nice, smooth finish. BUT - it does ...

the frosting got hard to quick

ok frosting. nothing fantastic

We thought this frosting was AWSOME! It was a perfect finish to the Irish Flag cookies. Though we had to triple the amount of ingredients because we made too many cookies it tasted fabulous! Ho...

just as good as the cookie.

Frosting (really it's a glaze as everyone has mentioned) is super sweet. You can add water to thin it down or you can add confectioner's sugar to thicken it. I found that using a butter knife ...

I thought it was gret. You must not not not use generic powered sugar. You have to spring for the pure sugar cane, as it doesn't contain corn starch or something. It really makes a difference.