Pavlova – Make Sweet Treats = Kids’ Candy Kisses

Chris, the father of five-year old Sy made a recipe together from the cookbook “Pavlova” by Genevieve Knights. For this sweet treat Sy and Chris concocted Strawberry Candy Kisses from the Recipe for Peppermint Candy Kisses. Fun for Safe at Home!

Peppermint Candy Kisses Recipe 5-2020

Recipe for Peppermint Kisses from “Pavlova” Genevieve Knights

Chris is a Pavlova maker par excellence. He has made Pavlova  countless times for family dinners.*

Pavlova is a popular recipe from the lands down under. The blurb for Genevieve Knights’ Book says in part: “…a baking book solely dedicated to the world famous and iconic Australasian recipe.”

~ From “Pavlova” Genevieve Knights; Published October 6, 2010. Retrieved 5-26-2020.

Chris & Sy's Strawberry Pavlova 5-2020

Sy and Chris’ Strawberry Kisses – 5-20- 2020I asked Chris, Any tips or tricks?

Tips and Tricks

Use a star shape nozzle with a pastry bag to create the squiggles.

Red Food Coloring in the piping bag. “Using gel food coloring  probably works better.”

Substitute Strawberry extract for flavor

120 grams castor sugar = 5/8 cups

150℃ = 300℉ & 100℃ = 200℉

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Pavlova book cover by Genevieve Knights – from Crissy

*For a look back on the day that Chris and family learned to make Pavlova – check out the recipe for Mrs. Boreham’s Proven Pavlova Recipe on Family Recipe Day

Free form fun for kids of all ages!

Thanks for stopping by my kitchen

Keep on keepin’ on…

Peace

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About kunstkitchen

Visual artist and writer hunting words, languages, visions, and insight in my kitchen - connecting Art (Kunst) and culture and slow food cooking. Classically trained artist. Paint and draw with traditional materials. Live in the Northland where it's six months of winter. Appreciate the little things in life. Sharing food and art experiences and the lessons that my talented and generous friends have given me.
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