Holiday Yogurt Glaze

June 23, 2021

How to make the best holiday yogurt glaze everr!

We pride ourselves on being a brand that uses cane sugar in moderation, and natural alternatives whenever possible. 

But the holidays are coming up and frosted cookies are such a wonderful indulgence.

There’s nothing we love more than sitting down with a beautiful plate of iced cookies but more often than not, “Royal Icing” is made with egg whites. Not chill. 

This icing is a great alternative that’s vegan and still dries beautifully. 

It’s also super customizable and can be used in lots of places besides cookies.

WHAT YOU’LL NEED

  • 1 cup of unsifted powdered sugar 
  • 1 tbsp and 1 tsp of original coconut cocojune yogurt 

Optional 

  • Colorful and flavorful powders like matcha, turmeric, pumpkin pie spice, or cinnamon

HOW TO MAKE YOGURT GLAZE

  1. Pour your powdered sugar into a large work bowl. Add most of the yogurt, leaving the 1 tsp behind.
  2. Mix the two ingredients until combined with a small spatula until there are no lumps left. 
  3. Divide the cocojune holiday glaze between a few smaller bowls and use dry spices to color and flavor them how you like. Only add the remaining 1 tsp of yogurt if your icing is literally too thick to mix at this point. 
  4. Stir until your frosting is evenly colored and smooth. 
  5. Use a spatula or a piping bag to decorate your holiday cookies and allow them to dry for at least an hour before enjoying.

If you enjoyed this recipe, we think you’ll love all the other june recipes we’ve got for you!

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