Autumnal Orange Meringue Kisses

A few days ago I shared my recipe for spooky meringue kisses, with black stripes. I had so much fun making them, that I created another batch, this time in gorgeous orange. If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll see that I’ve gone a bit crazy for orange at the moment. I love the autumn and can’t get enough of the colours at the moment. So I thought some orange meringue kisses were definitely in order!

Autumnal Orange Meringue KissesThese meringue kisses are made in exactly the same way, I just used a different colour and nozzle to switch them up a bit. These are really quick to prepare but take an hour in the oven, so allow plenty of time for this one. I have a couple more halloween posts to get up later today and tomorrow, so look out for more ideas very soon.

Autumnal Orange Meringue Kisses

Ingredients:

3 eggs (whites only)

75g caster sugar

75g icing sugar

Orange gel food colouring (I use this one from Hobby Craft)

Autumnal Orange Meringue Kisses

How to Make Orange Meringue Kisses:

Preheat oven to 100ºc. prepare a large baking tray with baking paper.

Turn a piping bag inside out and add stripes of orange food colouring. Turn back the right way and add a large nozzle.

Whisk the egg whites until they form stiff peaks.

Gradually add both the sugars, until the mixture is glossy and forms stiff peaks.

Put the mixture into your piping bag and pipe out small amounts of the mixture to make the kisses.

Bake in the oven for 1 hour.

These are best kept in an airtight container, until you are ready to eat them.

Autumnal Orange Meringue Kisses

Other Halloween Recipes:

If you like this why not check out my baking section for more recipes. Or if you want some seasonal makes why not try my pumpkin pie recipe, pumpkin soup recipe or my new pumpkin muffin recipe.

If you try these, let me know how you get on. I love seeing pictures of your bakes.

Autumnal Orange Meringue Kisses

Get the Look:

My fox mug and leaf placemat are both from Laura Ashley. My plate is vintage car boot sale find. The ivy and gold pot are both from IKEA.

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