I had never made meringues before I knew it would be a breeze with my Thermomix. I was excited about putting this Halloween twist and making merin-ghouls 🙂
I followed the recipe using the Everyday Cooking for Thermomix Families TM5 recipe chip and whipped the perfect egg whites. After mixing in the sugar I transferred the mixture into a piping bag and piped small meringues onto my prepared tray.
I baked them for 3 hours and tested they were ready by tapping the bottom and checking for a hollow sound. I turned off the oven and left them to cool in the oven for about 2 hours.
Once they were ready I used some left over cream cheese frosting to stack a smaller meringue on top of a larger one. You could use any cream of your choice. Then I used my chocolate writing pen (from Coles) and drew 2 lines as eyes on each ‘head’. My merin-ghouls were now ready 🙂
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