My little boy’s favorite celebration is Halloween. He has been asking about Halloween since the beginning of the year. We dressed him up twice and he had trick or treat’s that he thoroughly enjoyed. When he was two years old, we dressed him up as a pirate. Last year, he was a green dinosaur. He has decided that he wanted to be Mufasa in Lion King this year. Anyway, Halloween is upon us again, so I asked my contributor Joanna at Baked by Joanna to whip up a festive recipe for Halloween. She created these amazing and cute looking ghost meringues, sure to please both kids and adults alike. ~ Bee
Halloween is such an exciting time to explore and get creative with food. Like everyone else, we are concocting playful ideas that bring guests joy as they indulge in spooky holiday treats. Among the festive creations brewing in our kitchens are these Ghost Meringues.
Inspired by the Nutella Meringues we made not so long ago, we broke out the sugar and egg whites once more to whip up a batch of crisp and light cookies. The sturdiness of the meringue batter makes it so easy to pipe out cone-shaped dollops. My favorite part is that each cookie looks different and the point at the top falls in such a way that each ghost seems to have a personality of its own.
After a couple of hours in the oven, the ghost meringue cookies come out stiff and airy. Perfectly white, they look like ghosts even before we dot on the eyes and draw in the mouth. For added fun, we used the Meringue Ghosts as toppers to our frosted cupcakes. Enjoy!
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