Hey guys it’s Ro, welcome to another Nerdy
Nummies! I got so many requests from you guys to make
something Emoji related, and I had so much fun making the emoji cookies
last time, I love Emojis! I use them all the time, sometimes I text
and communicate with my friends and family more than I actually use words. I don’t
know if you guys do this too, but, I use them all the time, so I thought
OK, we can do another Emoji related thing. But I wanted to do something we’ve
never done before. So today, we are going to be making meringue
cookies for the very first time on Nerdy Nummies. And, we’re gonna be making
them look like one of my favorite emojis, the little Poos! So, today we are gonna be making Emoji Meringue
Cookies. Let’s get get started! The things you will need, will be: 2 Tablespoons
of Meringue powder, the one I am using is by Wilton, 2/3 cup of sugar, 1/4
cup of unsweetened cocoa powder, 1/2 a teaspoon of vanilla extract, a pinch
of salt and 1/4 cup of water. Then to get them a darker color brown we are
gonna be using a couple drops of brown food coloring. The chocolate powder
does make the meringue a light brown color but it isn’t quite brown enough
to match the Emoji. So, this part is totally optional, but I’m
gonna be using some brown food coloring. You will also need, a plastic baggie,
and at the end I’ve attached a number 12 tip with this little coupler,
a pencil, a number 2A tip, some royal icing with a number 1 tip, I’ve
just put it into a plastic baggie to decorate for more control. Some
cute little candy eyeballs to decorate, these are by Wilton. A baking sheet, a piece
of parchment paper, a mixing bowl, and a mixer. Now let’s put it all together! The first thing that we’re gonna do is prep
our baking sheet, so over here I’ve got the baking sheet, and a piece of parchment
paper that I’ve cut to fit inside. And you’re gonna take the number
2A tip, and we’re gonna trace, with our pencil, a whole bunch of circles
to make a little template on our parchment paper. Once you’ve traced out all your little circles,
now you’re gonna flip it upside down, ooooh! Look at that, onto the tray. You can still see the circles, but, the pencil
will not be touching your food. Very important! You don’t want to leave
the side with the pencil marks touching your food. Now we’re gonna set these off
to the side and we’re gonna start making our meringue. Ppppt! That means poop in sign language! The first thing that we’re gonna do is we are gonna combine a pinch of salt, our water and meringue powder into a big mixing bowl. Just a reminder, you’ll want to use a large stainless
steel mixing bowl, or a large glass bowl to make meringues, those will be
the best. You want to make sure it’s clean and super
dry because meringues are kind of a finicky cookie, and this 1/4 cup of water
is all you want. You don’t want any more! For those of you who have never used Meringue
powder before, it is just an egg white substitute, it is made from pasturized
egg whites. We’re gonna add our water and a pinch of
salt. You’re gonna take your mixer and mix it
together until it gets a little foamy. The next step is while we are mixing, we’re
gonna slowly add our vanilla extract, and gradually add our sugar. This
could take a few minutes because we’re gonna keep mixing until we get a stiff
peak. See this is a stiff peak, it looks like a
little mountain and it holds its shape, even if I move it around a little
bit, that’s what we want. Earthquake! On the mountain! Now we’re gonna add a little bit of food
coloring, just a few drops of the brown food coloring. Again this is totally optional.
The cocoa powder will make our meringues a light brown, but I want it to look exactly
like the little poo emoji! So I’m gonna add a few. Last but not least, we’re gonna add our
cocoa powder, and then we’re gonna mix together on a slow speed. Just mix until it’s
well combined. Now our meringue is ready, you’re gonna
take this plastic baggie and I’ve put a number 12 tip at the end, and I’m just gonna
stick it in this cup, and I’ve folded down the sides, to make it a little
bit easier. And I’m gonna scoop my meringue into the
plastic baggie. Might get a little bit messy, that’s OK,
that’s meringues! And then you’re just going to work the meringue
down to the bottom. Usually I use a little hair tie or an elastic
tie to secure the top of the bag, but this time I’m just going to pinch it
with my fingers. Meringues are super sensitive to heat, so
the less I touch the bag, the better. You want to pipe right away, so that’s why
I’ve grabbed our baking tray, and I’m gonna start to pipe our little Poo’s. A fun little trick that I like to do to make
the parchment paper stick down because the ends always curl. Is you’re
just going to take a little dab of meringue, boop, stick it on the underside
of the parchment, and stick it right there on the baking sheet. We’re locked, loaded, ready to make some
Poo Emojis! The technique I’m gonna use to make these,
is very easy, you’re gonna start in the middle, start putting a little bit
of pressure, work your way to the outside, outline the circle that we’ve traced. And then you’re gonna come up a layer, and then
one more, make a swirl at the top and start letting go. There you go! Look, it looks just like a little poo! And then you’re gonna do this for the rest
of your meringues. Meringues are done, now we’re gonna pop
them in the oven at 200 degrees and bake them for 1 hour. Then, this is very important,
you’re gonna turn the oven heat off, and let them sit in the oven
for an additional 1/2 hour, while the oven cools down. Then we’re gonna
take them out of the oven and let them cool completely at room temperature. I like to think of baking meringue cookies
as not really baking them, more like slowly dehydrating them, oooh! While your meringues are baking, if you notice
any cracking, you might want to turn down the temperature just a few notches.
They’re very sensitive to heat. Our meringues are out of the oven, they’ve
had plenty of time to cool, I even had extra batter, so I’ve got a second
batch in the oven right now! And now we’re gonna make them look like
the emoji. So I’ve pulled up a picture on my phone,
ahh! Of the little Poo! And we’re gonna stick on the little candied
eyeballs with our royal icing. I’m just gonna dump a few of them out and
pick my favorites. I like to match up the little eyeballs, because
they all have slightly different sized pupils. You’re gonna take one of your candy eyeballs,
and on the backside we’re gonna put a little dab of icing. This will act like
an adhesive and then we’re gonna stick it on the front of our little
poo. Then we’re gonna do it to our second eyeball. Oh my gosh! He’s getting so cute, I can’t
even! Ahhh! Look at him! Alright, now it’s time to make him smile,
you’re gonna take your royal icing and we’re just gonna pipe a little happy
face. Boom! Poo Emoji Meringue! He’s so cute! Now we’re just gonna do
this to the rest of our little meringues! Ta-da! Here are the Poo Emoji Meringues that we made
today! Thanks you guys for suggesting something Emoji
related, I am so excited because, we have never made meringues together, this
is our first time on Nerdy Nummies, making Meringues! Also, I made a video over on Wilton’s channel
about working with meringue powder. It’s very versatile and you can use it for
many different things. So if you’re interested in learning more
about that, you can go click over there, I’ll put a link down below for you to check
out. If you have any other suggestions for any
other Nerdy Nummies, let me know, leave me a comment down below. A big thank you again to you guys again for suggesting
these, I love Emojis! And, a thank you to Wilton for partnering
with me to make this video. Alright, thanks, bye-bye! I set this little guy off to the side because,
he looked a little derpy, but that’s OK if you’re making these and
one looks like poo, ah-ah-ah-ah! They’re good little snacks, little taste
testers! Mmmm! Meringues are crunchy on the outside and they’re
soft on the inside. And, oh, a chocolate meringue, oh pfft! Oh, pfft!


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  4. I think even if it’s poop, everybody would love it because Ro makes it delicious and she adds a whole lotta love into it ❀️

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