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Make your own peeps for Easter! Homemade marshmallow, a little sparkle, and a how-to video in the related blog post!
For the marshmallows:
1. Mix powdered gelatin with cold water (add extra water if needed) and set aside.
2. Combine corn syrup, sugar, and water in saucepan and bring to 235ºF using a candy thermometer.
3. While bringing sugar mixture to a boil, begin whipping egg whites in a mixer till soft peaks form.
4. When sugar mixture reaches 235ºF, add gelatin and quickly stir to dissolve.
5. Slowly add hot mixture to whipping whites.
6. Add vanilla and whip till stiff.
7. Add food coloring if desired. Please note you only need a few drops.
For the peeps:
1. Cover a sheet pan with parchment paper.
2. Cover parchment with powdered sugar (don’t be cheap)
3. Fill a piping bag with marshmallow mixture.
4. Pipe a tear drop shape first.
5. Then pipe the peep by squeezing the marshmallow on top of the teardrop, pulling the piping bag up.
6. Slowly release your pressure and bring forward.
7. Allow peeps to dry overnight in a cool dry place.
8. Brush lightly with water.
9. Brush with disco dust.
10. Place the eyes on them using a toothpick dipped in food coloring.
You will not find Fleischomeletten on a Swiss restaurant menu. You will find them—made with care and greeted with enthusiasm—in Swiss homes. They are a treasured feature of Swiss celebrations at home. The joyful observance of Easter with family and friends seems a fitting occasion to serve them.
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