Meringue Bones. Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. Not really my holiday but more my kids’ holiday. We dress up in costumes, go to parties and eat candy. To celebrate Halloween night and add an even more spooky and appetizing touch to your table try this recipe for these bone shaped meringues.
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- DifficultyVery easy
- CostVery cheap
- Preparation time10 Minutes
- Cooking time3 Hours
- Serving30 bones
- Cooking methodOven
- 100 gegg whites
- 100 gsugar
- 100 gicing sugar
Preparation Meringue Bones
You can start preparing the meringues by putting the weighed egg whites in the planetary mixer or electric whisk starting at maximum speed adding the caster sugar for at least 10 minutes.
Once you have obtained a shiny white cream add the icing sugar and mix by hand from top to bottom to amalgamate everything.
Cover a baking sheet with baking paper, fill with meringue a sac-à-poche with medium smooth hole. Form into bone shapes.
Bake the meringue bones and bake for three hours in a hot oven 90°.
Place them on the table scattered here and there.
The word Halloween means “Night of All Hallowed Spirits” is celebrated on the night of October 31, the eve of All Saints Day.
It is a Halloween custom for children to go masked from house to house, asking for candy, with the question “Trick or Treat?”
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6 Replies to “Meringue Bones”
Great idea! Thank you for sharing!
This is so clever and fun for Halloween! My grandkids are going to flip out over these when I make them.
What a great recipe. Making bones out of crispy meringue is such an inspired idea, and my son will love these for Halloween. Another winner!
How adorable. They look so easy too! I am going to make these with my grandkids!
I love how creative this is! My niece is going to have so much fun making these with me!
These are so fun and spooky! Going to make a bunch with my niece and nephew for the upcoming holiday!