The Perfect Match: Renshaw Royal Icing and Rainbow Dust ProGel
Renshaw Royal Icing and Rainbow Dust ProGel Colours work perfectly together for on-trend cake and cookie designs in a rainbow of colours. As ProGel Colours are so highly concentrated, they won’t change the consistency of your Royal Icing. Add a tiny amount at a time, building up to your desired shade.
No matter what your cake decorating skill level is, you can use this perfect pair to create impressive-looking treats. Dip and swirl your colourful Royal Icing for easy tie-dye cookies, use a palette knife to create a snowy texture, or pipe with precision on your celebration cakes.
Winter Cookies Tutorial
These cute and cozy looking Winter Cookies were created by Renshaw Academy Ambassador, Nicholas Lodge. You’ll learn plenty of tips for decorating cookies of any design with Royal Icing and ProGel Colours.
Top Tip: Practice Makes Perfect
Test your piping and brush embroidery techniques on a piece of paper before piping onto your edible creations, that way you can master the technique and won’t waste any Royal Icing. Use a slightly damp paintbrush to pat down any peaks for a smooth finish.
Fall for Royal Icing
Instead of going through the hassle of making your own royal icing, try our ready to use Royal Icing instead. It has a smooth texture and it’s easy to get the right consistency and add colour in the pot. Renshaw Royal Icing is a great product for beginners as well as professionals when time is short. Find tips for getting the right consistency of Royal Icing in our blog.
Fall for ProGel Colours
These concentrated food colours come in a variety of shades and can be used to colour your Royal Icing, cake batter and sugarpaste fondant. They can even be mixed with a little clear alcohol to create paint if you’re feeling extra creative.
Find inspiration for using Royal Icing and ProGel together on our recipe pages.