Holidays & Special Occasions Halloween Easy to make skeleton bones

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      4 large egg whites
      2 cups icing sugar
      Preheat oven to 250F. In a large bowl beat egg whites until stiff. Gradually start adding the sugar, one tablespoon at a time.
      Keep beating and adding sugar until you have a meringue.

      Line baking trays with paper. Using a piping bag with a plain nozzle pipe a straight meringue bone line (approximately 4 inches long). Pipe a meringue ball at the end of each bone.

      If necessary shape bones further using a small knife. Bake for approximately 1 hour and 15 minutes or until bones have dried out.
      Remove from oven and let cool on paper.

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    • #401966

      hey Lynn, what do these taste like? Will little kids like them

    • #401968

      Hey…they taste sorta like marshmallows……my kids love them and they are easy to make….good luck!!!

    • #401981

      I wonder if you can add food coloring to these for extra fun ??? Do you think it will still turn out right ???

    • #402015

      hey incheck4real, I have seen a couple of recipes for other types made like this with food coloring so it should be fine. Hope this helps some

    • #402021

      incheck if you try it with the food color let us know how it goes 🙂

    • #402037

      The food coloring idea is great….I never thought of that…thanks for the idea!!

    • #402045

      This sounds like something fun to make. I like marshmallows too. I’m also going to try different shapes when I do this one.

    • #433950

      I bet you could use grey food tint and shape them like brains, also. Fun!

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Holidays & Special Occasions Halloween Easy to make skeleton bones