This week we will be baking meringues!
. 4 egg whites
. 115g of caster sugar
. 115g of icing sugar
. Big bowl (not plastic)
. Electric whisk
. Rubber Spatula
. Baking paper
. Sift METHOD:
- Preheat you oven to fan 100c/ conventional 110c/ gas ¼ (It depends on what sort of oven you have.) Line two baking trays with baking paper so the meringues don’t stick to the tray.
- Put your four egg whites into your bowl and beat them with
your electric whisk on medium speed. You know
when its done because it looks like a fluffy cloud and
forms stiff peaks when you lift the whisk up.
- Turn up the speed to fast and start adding your
caster sugar in with a tablespoon. Wait a few seconds before you add the next spoonful of caster sugar so the sugar can mix in-
to the mixture.
- Sift in 1/3 of the icing sugar. Every time you have sifted in the icing sugar fold and mix the mixture with your rubber spatula. Sift the next 1/3 in and so on until there is no icing sugar left.
- Now all you need to do is scoop the mixture onto the baking tray. Use a dessert spoon to do this so the meringue should be about the size of your fist. The meringues should hold their shape, if they don’t it means you didn’t whisk it up enough.
- Put them in the oven. If your oven is a fan oven put
them in for 1hour and a half. If you have a conventional
or gas oven put them in for an hour and a quarter.
My dog’s called Pip and to be very honest she is not the best trained and is definitely not that beautifully elegant but we love her. I would like to say that she always comes when I call her but I suppose sniffing lampposts and eating everything in sight is much more interesting.
It all started around January 2015. My dad had gone to collect Pip from Wales. She is a Shitzu and Bichon mix which are quite rare in the UK. My mum had warned me that she or he (we didn’t know yet) was likely to be very scared and we needed to be calm around it.
But she was proven wrong. When Pip did finally arrive she was as small as my hand and jumped around like crazy, excited to start a new life. All my friends came round as they’re as dog crazy as me!
Now for the facts: Doggy Equipment
Before you get a dog you need the right stuff (you can get all this from your local Pets At Home):
– A collar
– A harness (if a puppy)
– A lead
– Toys (chewy, soft or hard)
– A bed (the size depends on your dog)
– A bowl and special dog food
– Puppy toilet training pads (if they are a puppy)
– Training treats (puppy ones or normal)
And I think that’s it, now you can officially get a dog or puppy.
But remember it all comes down to one thing to ensure your puppy gets a great life- YOU MUST LOVE THEM!!!!
Hey welcome to my blog it is called Olivia-Ann’s Super Rocking Fun-time Blog of Fashion and Beauty! I am here to help with all your fashion and beauty needs. I hope you have fun will have fun achieving all the things I believe will work for everyone. This blog will help with:
. Makeup Tips
. Recommended makeup
. Recommended Clothes
. Recommended Brands ( Clothing and Makeup )
. New Trends
This way you can be the person you want to be but by carrying on being the exact same person you were before you started. Be Unique. Be You. Belong.
– Olivia. 🙂
Throughout our Heroes and Villains topic we looked at heroes in different contexts and discussed what makes a true hero. On Superhero Day we dressed as our favourite heroes from books, stories, films and real life.
Which heroes can you spot? Who is your favourite superhero? Why?