Icing Sugar © Denzil Green Icing sugar is called confectioners’ sugar or powdered sugar in the United States. It’s a commercial product that is very hard to make at home. Sugar is pounded and ground by machines into a very fine white powder. Cornstarch is then added (up to 3% of the overall weight of…
This is dead easy, and your guests will hoover these up. And, it looks stunning.
Dead easy, but watch it fly off the plate. The shakers used rosewater, but you could substitute vanilla extract.
A very morish, inexpensive dessert to make.
Unrefined icing sugar is like standard icing sugar (aka confectioner’s sugar), but it is made from unrefined sugar so that it has a pale-brown colour and a bit of a caramel/toffee taste. Substitutes Standard icing sugar Nutrition Same as sugar; see Nutrition in main sugar entry. Equivalents As for icing sugar