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I have done this with disolving a tsp of instant in just a tiny bit of hot water, almost a paste.
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Posted to Thread #17699 at 1:43 pm on Feb 12, 2010
I found it blended in better, but it depends on the brand of instant. I had the big crystal kind that might not have dissolved in just the frosting. you might need 2 tsp or more if it's a lot of frosting.
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- I have done this with disolving a tsp of instant in just a tiny bit of hot water, almost a paste. - AngAk - 1:43pm on 02/12/10
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