Love Bite Meringues. Funny New Song From Tim Young.

Love Bite Meringues

Who knew Sprinkle Lips were a thing?
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I did a ‘Lip Sprinkle’ net search so I could provide you with a link to the sprinkles I used on the meringues. The result pages were full of sprinkle adorned lips and tutorials to get the look.
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I’m thinking I need to sprinkle up my mouth and see if my kids notice.

Or, do this third eye thing.
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I also came across a step by step web page on how to give a hickey when I searched ‘Love Bite’, but I’ll spare you that.

All this started with a recipe I found for Skittles Meringues.

My boys love Skittles, so I thought it would be fun recipe to make. I was skeptical about what a baked Skittle would taste like so, given that Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, I decided to top half of the meringues with some Valentine-themed sprinkles.

Here are some of the Skittle Meringues.
Skittle Meringues

The meringue itself is pure, light and airy perfection. The baked Skittles were pretty much the same as eating them right out of the bag, but I didn’t like the chewy contrast alongside the sweet crispness of the meringue.

The sprinkled meringues, though, are a complete delight with their pretty colors and delicate crunch.

Love Bite Meringues
Love Bite Meringues

Ingredients:

2 large egg whites, room temperature
½ cup sugar
Skittles candies
Heart and Lips sprinkles

Directions:

1. With an electric mixer, beat egg whites until foamy. Gradually beat in sugar until stiff, glossy peaks form.

2. Drop mounds of the mixture or pipe onto parchment-lined baking sheets. Top with Skittles candies or with sprinkles.

3. Bake at 200ºF until dry, 1 ½ to 2 hours.

Recipe from Real Simple Magazine
Love Bite Meringues
Love Bite Meringues

Here is a brand new video from one of my first internet friends, the very funny and talented, Tim Young. Hilarious song.

Check out Tim Young on his Website, where you can learn more about his past music projects and The Contrast Podcast. You can buy the Harold’s Leap cd here and here.

Cheers!

About I Sing In The Kitchen

Music obsessed cooking freak whipping up fab food one song at at time.
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