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I want to thank you all so much for the wonderful feedback I got since releasing my first video recipe (the infamous layered carrot cake, mmmm….).As you may have guessed, this video thing was not a one-time story – I have even more videos to show you. And now I can finally release the next in the serial. This time we’re looking at something purple pastel colored and meringuey crisp: I call them meringue popsicles.
These meringue popsicles have become quite a fun little baking project, that I tend to spend some time doing every now and then. They’re actually so quick to whip together, and the great thing is that I really enjoy the creativity that this project allows me to explore. There’s absolutely no right or wrong when piping – everything is possible.
Take a look at the video here below. It’s in Danish, but as you know a picture speaks more than a thousand words.
You can find the recipe here. I highly recommend the meringue popsicle making process to be an activity you can share with your children/grandchildren. I promise that this is something everyone can do. Actually after we had filmed this episode, the camera crew revealed to me that they, during filming, had become quite curious in the piping process, and they wanted me to show them again how to do it. So what happened next was that we all of a sudden were all occupied piping meringue stars and men on sticks.
I made this video in collaboration with the Danish supermarket Super Brugsen. They created this super awesome food video project called “Mig og Min Mad” (Me and My Food), that I am so proud of being a part of. I highly recommend that you go check the website out, because there you’ll find many more amazing videos starring a bunch of great fellow food bloggers.
If you’re on YouTube I urge you to please subscribe to our channel. There are already a lot of awesome food videos you can check out, and I promise there will be many more of the cake related kind starring yours truly.