What is another word for icing?

138 synonyms found


[ ˈa͡ɪsɪŋ], [ ˈa‍ɪsɪŋ], [ ˈaɪ_s_ɪ_ŋ]

Icing is a sweet and irresistible topping that enhances the flavor and appearance of cakes, cupcakes, and baked goods. However, if you want to be more creative with your desserts, it's worth knowing some synonyms for icing. Here are some various terms to describe this delectable treat: frosting, glaze, topping, drizzle, ganache, fondant, buttercream, and whipped cream. Each of these can have a slightly different consistency and taste, making these synonyms perfect for various baked goods. Whether you prefer silky smooth frosting, a thin glaze, or a rich ganache, know that you have plenty of sweet icing choices available to you.

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Usage examples for Icing

The refreshments were enough to make everyone smile-they consisted of pink lemonade and ginger cookies with features marked on them in white icing.
"Entertaining Made Easy"
Emily Rose Burt
Beat the white of another egg to a stiff froth and add enough powdered sugar to make a thick icing.
"The Myrtle Reed Cook Book"
Myrtle Reed
Spread crackers with the icing, then with the chopped nuts, and bake golden brown in a cool oven.
"The Myrtle Reed Cook Book"
Myrtle Reed

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