Christmas is less than a week away and it is time for the seasonal baking.
Do you remember my Halloween meringue ghosts? Well, as I love meringue so much I decided to experiment it with Christmas trees and snowmen. Here is the result... what do you think about them?
This weekend we also decorated our Christmas tree, have you done yours yet?
*Part of our Christmas tree decorations*
* Happy Birthday Mum :)
That snow man is so cute!ReplyDelete
So lovely! I love this time of the year! :)ReplyDelete
omg yummy i want to do some baking now tehe! and happy bday to your mum!ReplyDelete
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that cookie candy cane is amazing!ReplyDelete
The meringue snowman is soooo cute!ReplyDelete
Wow everythings looks so amazing. I Love it all but my favorite is the Gingerbread Girl and the Snow Men.ReplyDelete
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Wow, this is really an amazing idea! Love it!ReplyDelete
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not yet, plan to decorate these upcoming days!ReplyDelete
gonna check out the recipe, these look delicious!
I love this post!ReplyDelete
happy birthday to your mom!
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omg, they're so beautiful! i will try to make some i think... :)ReplyDelete
omg! everything looks so wonderful. i'm hungry now :D what a nice post!ReplyDelete
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I really love the meringue snowman!!!!!ReplyDelete
Great post ;)
omg, this is great :))ReplyDelete
this post is fantastic...ReplyDelete
Happy BirthDay at your mum!!!ReplyDelete
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darling , of course I follow you!!! lovely blog!!ReplyDelete
No way - you MADE these?!?! They are the cutest things I've ever seen! What a great idea! A very Happy Birthday to your Mum! :)ReplyDelete
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thanks for the comment love, i love this post so cuteReplyDelete
those meringue treats look so pretty and I bet they taste so good! I love your silver decorations, we have a silver theme too!ReplyDelete
These are so precious!!! You did an amazing job. My bake off starts tomorrow. I have so much to do but I love to do it :) xoxoReplyDelete
so sweet :)ReplyDelete
So impressive! I love these, they look adorable and perfect for the holidays.ReplyDelete
noooo this is so cute I want some!ReplyDelete
These are so amazing. Those little trees are so perfect.ReplyDelete
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oh man. i never have any luck making meringues. always turn out squishy. props to you!!!ReplyDelete
Aw happy birthday to your mum! Loving this post, those meringue trees look amazing, must give them a try!ReplyDelete
Those are so pretty!! Very creative!ReplyDelete
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these food photos are fantastic!!! Love each one! I have a lot of baking to do this week too! Are you putting together holiday gifts? Or just cooking for yourself and family? I used to give away cartons of home made chocolate chip cookies every year (that was before I discovered that it is actually fun to bake) and this year I plan on doing a variety of chocolate chip cookies, bacon and milk chocolate chip, white chocolate and orange, and dark chocolate cranberry! We'll see if I find the energy!ReplyDelete
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Awe your decorations are lovely!ReplyDelete
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ahh I love all this Xmas decorations! too cuteReplyDelete
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Oh wow these look like they belong in a cooking magazine! Even the angles of the shots are great :) I am a massive meringue fan but sadly have never attempted making it myself so am so going to have to give it a try over these holidays :)ReplyDelete
sono dei veri piccoli capolavori.ReplyDelete
This looks so yummmmmmmmmmyyyy! Great work!ReplyDelete
what kind of tip did you use for the christmas tree??