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Vanilla Glaze


Vanilla glaze is a great all-around glaze for topping many different cakes and rolls. My favorite thing to use this on is cinnamon rolls. I like to just drizzle the sticky goodness over the top, both for the added sweet flavor and it makes it look so pretty too.


vanilla, sweetened condensed milk, melted butter, corn syrup and powdered sugar on a granite counter top with cinnamon rolls in the background
Glaze ingredients

Ingredients:

  • 3 cups powdered sugar

  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk

  • 1 cup light corn syrup

  • 1 tablespoon melted butter

  • 1 teaspoon vanilla


Instructions:

Begin by combining all the ingredients in a bowl. Mix together at a medium speed for about 2 minutes. (Until all the clumps are dissolved.) If you find yours has too strong of a powdered sugar flavor you can add a few grains of salt and it will adjust the flavor.


vanilla glaze in a ziploc bag in a mason jar on a granite counter next to cinnamon rolls with a woman holding it
put glaze in a bag

Then you can either use a spoon/knife to apply the glaze to your baked goods or you can use a small bag like I do. I use a small wide-mouth jar to hold the bag open and pour in my glaze. Then I remove all the air and seal the bag.


a woman holding a Ziploc bag full of vanilla glaze pointing to the cut tip of the bag with cinnamon rolls
squeeze towards the cut tip

Using a pair of sharp kitchen shears I nip the corner off the bag. Being careful not to burst open the back I squeeze the glaze out the hole I created and onto my cinnamon rolls.


a woman squeezing a Ziploc bag full of vanilla glaze onto cinnamon rolls on a silver platter next to cinnamon sticks on a wicker mat
apply on your rolls

Remember that the glaze will settle and spread out from where it is applied.


Glazed cinnamon rolls on a silver platter next to cinnamon sticks on a woven mat
Enjoy!

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