Meringue bears recipe(strawberry and raspberry meringue)

Meringue bears recipe(strawberry and raspberry meringue)
The measuring cups used are all the type that is used in the US.


serving18(original recipe makes 18 small meringue bears
1egg white 1,2oz/35g
1/3cup+1teaspoon 2,5oz/70g granulated sugar
2tablespoons strawberry flakes
1tablespoon raspberry flakes
1/8 teaspoon vanilla essence
Red food coloring
 boiling water 
For icing
1/2teaspoon egg white
1/2teaspoon powdered sugar
1/4teaspoon black cocoa powder

Put the egg whites into a bowl and add a little red food coloring and a small amount of the granulated sugar.

Pour some hot water into a bowl one size larger, warming the bowl containing the egg whites while beating them.

 Add the remaining granulated sugar to the bowl little by little 5 times, beating each time in order to make a proper meringue. Take care not to let the egg whites get hotter than 120F degrees (50 degrees Fahrenheit.) while you are beating them.

When the meringue reaches the consistency of slowly drooping down when the bowl is turned sideways, beating is complete.

Add the vanilla essence, the strawberry flakes, and the raspberry flakes and lightly mix them with a spatula.
Take care not to flatten the bubbles.

Put the meringue into a pastry bag.

Preheat the oven to 230F degrees (110 degrees Fahrenheit.).
Lay some baking paper onto an oven plate.
Squeeze the meringue out into your favorite bear shape. Squeezing it out so that
it heaps up a little in the middle of the face (the nose of the bear) is the key
to making a bear-like meringue. Bake for 60 minutes.
Leave the meringues in the oven to dry for at least 2 hours after they have finished baking.

Make the icing by putting the egg white, powdered sugar, and black cocoa powder into a small bowl and mixing them together.

Stick a pick into the icing and draw the eyes and nose onto the meringues
The meringues are complete when the icing has completely dried.

aking times and the temperature of the oven will differ according to the model, so please make adjustments accordingly.
Because this blog translates Japanese in a translation site and writes it, there may be the place where a sentence is wrong sorry.
Thank you for reading this to the end.

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