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Holiday Royal Decorating Icing that is Sugar Free

Recipe & Photo from Truvia


3-4 Tbsp warm water

1 tsp vanilla extract (optional)

2-3 drops of color (optional)


  • In a small bowl whisk together Truvia Sweet Complete Confectioners Sweetener, meringue powder and 2 tbsp of warm water.

  • Add additional tablespoons of water until desired consistency is achieved. It should drizzle off the end of the whisk in ribbons but shouldn't be too thin (Add optional flavor now).

  • Divide into separate bowls and add food coloring in small amounts until the desired color is achieved.

  • Place icing in small square plastic bags or piping bags with the very corner snipped off to pipe outlines.

  • Frost cooled cookies.

  • If you want a filled in design, Let the outlines dry at least 5-10 minutes before filling in.

  • Store decorated cookies in a sealed container.

Options (Will Affect Nutritional Information)

  • To fill in the outlines, add 1-2 Tbsp of water to icing to thin out more, pipe frosting into the outline in a back-and-forth motion. It does not have to be perfect and there may be gaps, use a toothpick to fill the icing into the gaps.

  • Let the filled icing dry completely before adding any additional icing decoration.

  • To change the flavor, add extracts, try to use clear flavor to avoid color issues. Try peppermint for winter holiday, vanilla and/or cinnamon for fall and lemon for summer.

  • You can mix colors, remember yellow and blue make green, blue and red make purple, yellow and red make orange.

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