Christmas Vanilla Meringue Cookies

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Watch more How to Make Christmas Cookies videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/515177-How-to-Make-Meringue-Cookies-Christmas-Cookies RECIPE: 2 egg whites; Â_ c. sugar; green & red food color; peppermint extract; Â_ c. Nutella. Bring pot of water to boil; set mixing bowl w/ egg whites & sugar over it. Whisk mixture over simmering water till slightly warm. Transfer to stand mixer; whip to stiff peaks. Divide. Add few drops peppermint extract to Â_. Swirl w/ red food color. Add green food color to other Â_. Transfer to piping bags, 1 fitted w/ star tip, one w/ round tip. Pipe peppermint kisses & Christmas trees onto parchment-lined sheet. Bake @ 175F 1-Â_ hrs. Sandwich kisses w/ Nutella before serving. Decorate trees as desired. Hi, I'm Katie Rosehansen, today I'm going to show you how to make peppermint swirl and Christmas tree meringues. These are very fun cookies and very easy to make, although they do take a little bit of time to bake, but they're totally worth it. Here I'm starting with two egg whites in my mixing bowl along with about half a cup of sugar. So that's going right in and using the whisk that I would use in the machine, I'm just going to take this bowl and pop it over a pot of slowly simmering water. That's going to be our double boiler, and what that does is helps dissolve the sugar, it warms up the egg whites and it's just going to build a more stable meringue. So I'm just going to take this over to my pot, set it over the double boiler and just slowly whisk until my egg whites start to warm up and my sugar dissolves. It takes about four to five minutes . . . So my egg whites are nice and warm to the touch and my sugar is dissolved. And I'm just going to put this bowl back into my mixer, my finger is stuck. I'm going to put this bowl right back in here and start it up. And you want to whip this until it's really light and fluffy . . . So my meringue is ready. When I pull it out of the mixer, you can see that it just makes these really beautiful peaks. I've gotten it to the point where it's just about medium to stiff peaks, I get this really nice kind of upright kind of swirl going on. So I'm ready to use it, but before I take it out and put it into my piping bags, I'm going to separate half from my Christmas trees and half from my peppermint swirls. So I'm going to take a little bit out and the rest I'm going to leave in the mixer. So I have my green food coloring going into this mixer, I'm going to leave that in and that's going to be for our Christmas trees. So I'm using a green gel paste and the beauty of a gel paste is it doesn't add any liquid to your meringue, so you're getting all of that really rich, beautiful color without liquifying your cookies, which is, obviously, a very good thing. So let's beat that in . . . Beautiful. So that's done. Nice and green. And then for our peppermint kisses, first I'm going to add in just a little bit of peppermint extract. Not too much, but just a couple of drops just to add a little flavor, right in. And I'll stir that together first, OK, just to combine. And then I'm going to take a little bit of my red gel paste color, just on a toothpick or a lollipop stick and I'm just going to swirl in a little bit of red. And then go in with my spatula and just barely swirl that color together, so get a little bit of that kind of peppermint colored swirl happening. So these may be two types of cookies but they could bake on the same tray and they'll bake about the same time. So I've got one piping bag that's fitted with a pretty large star tip, that's going to be for our Christmas cookies, our Christmas tree cookies. And I've got a bag with a slightly smaller star tip and that's going to be for our peppermint kisses. So let's fill that one up first, I'm going to take all of my meringue and pop it right into the bag. Try not to mess with the meringue too much because if you move it around, that swirl that you have now is really just going to turn that whole batter pink and you'll kind of miss that whole point of the peppermint look. So just deck that all down in. Let's do the same for our Christmas tree meringue, just wrap off any excess and it goes right in to my second bag with my large tip . . . OK. So time to paste. We have our large tip here, so that's going to be much larger cookies. But I'm just going to take my bag and hold it straight up and just move it around in a little bit of like, a Christmas tree design. And just do a couple more of those. And I like to leave that big tip at the top, because then when I put decorations on later or if I just want it to be plain like this, it really does look like a Christmas tree with that nice peak happening at the top of the cookie. And obviously if you want more just make more meringue, it's super

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Today I'm sharing with you how to make perfect buttercream Icing. Buttercream frosting is a staple for cupcakes, cakes and many other baked goods. There are a few tips and tricks that I am going to share with you to get the most perfect buttercream Icing. Vanilla Cupcake Recipe https://youtu.be/ef3UEhLFyHs If you would like to see more icing recipes then give this video a like and let me know in the comments down below! A printable recipe will be linked on my website here http://carinastewart.com/buttercream-recipe/ If you like this video and found it helpful don't forget to thumbs it up and subscribe for more recipe videos! I am always on the lookout for more ideas so if you have any requests please leave me a comment below letting me know what you would like to see. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ EQUIPMENT Stand Mixer http://amzn.to/1QETAzb Spatular http://amzn.to/1Ppqzde Disposable Piping Bag http://amzn.to/1PyVvHc Wilton 2D Tip http://amzn.to/1PpqBlj _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ RECIPE Enough for 12 Cupcakes 250g / 1 Cup Butter (salted or unsalted) 375g 3 Cups Icing Sugar | Powdered Sugar | Confectioners Sugar 30ml / 2 Tablespoons Milk Add room temperature butter to a bowl. Beat the butter for 5 minutes until it has become light and airy, doubled in size and lost most of it's colour. Start adding the icing sugar half a cup at a time, beating for about a minute in between each addition. Use the milk to thin out the consistency of the icing, add it a teaspoon at a time. This is also the time to add any flavourings or colourings that you would like. This icing can last in the fridge for a few weeks or the freezer for 3 months. When you are ready to use just let it get back up to room temperature. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ - iHerb http://www.iherb.com/ Use the code PJQ118 for $10 off your first order. _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ FOLLOW ME Twitter - https://twitter.com/carstina Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/carstinaxx Instagram - http://instagram.com/carstina Tumblr - http://carstina.tumblr.com/ Pinterest - http://pinterest.com/carstina/ Email - carstina93@gmail.com _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Camera & Lighting Setup Video - http://youtu.be/p0SWv3OKVes Camera I use - Canon 600D http://bit.ly/CanonSLR600D Editing - Final Cut Pro _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Disclaimer - Some of these may be affiliated links.

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