ghost meringue


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I’ve been teasing the Ghost Meringues recipe on Instagram for a while, have you seen it? I am so excited to share it with you! It’s very easy to make (honest!). You only need a few supplies, some of which you likely already have on hand. These ghost meringues are sure to impress at any Halloween party or celebration. Ghost Meringues To get started, you’ll need an electric mixer. I have a KitchenAid mixer and it works perfectly. But, any hand mixer will work, too! You will also need a baking sheet, some non-stick spray, and aluminum foil. To create a fun ghost meringue, you’ll also need ice bags and large, round tips (sometimes found at your local craft store). Oh, and if you have kids around, get them involved! See how fun and easy it is to make! Small swirls of sweetened egg whites are studded with candy eyes for a great Halloween vibe. Sweet, delicate flavors that melt in your mouth, reminiscent of marshmallows. Creating mini ghost shapes is very easy, and each of them will have their own unique shape which makes them even more fun! If you don’t have an ice bag with frosting tips, try using a large resealable plastic bag and simply cut off the tip. This is also a great way for young children to create Ghost Meringues. Here are some of our other EASY Halloween recipes: You’ll need 4 egg whites ½ teaspoon cream of tartar 1 cup directions black sugar decorating gel to preheat the oven to 225 degrees. Using an electric mixer, beat the egg whites for a few minutes on high speed until foamy (you will see a lot of small bubbles). Next, add sugar in small quantities. Finally, mix the cream of tartar. Keep whisking the mixture until it’s stiff (meaning it keeps its shape when it stops). Prepare a baking tray with a layer of aluminum foil covered with non-stick spray. Put the meringue mixture in a bag of decorating cream. Using the decorating bag and the large circular decorating tip, press and hold the meringue mixture directly onto the aluminum foil. Press down and lift up to create layered stacks for each ghost (release the pressure just a little, pulling the frosting bag at the same time between each layer). Bake for 45 minutes or until slightly browned. Once they are completely cooled, they will harden and are ready to be decorated with black jelly frosting! Add eyes and mouths to your ghost (or make silly faces!). Store in an airtight container.


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