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Welcome to how to cook that I am Ann Reardon This is a bonus video to show you how to make
snowflakes for the Esla cake. To start with we need to make some royal icing,
the recipe for that is on the website howtocookthat.net and I'll link to it in the description this
below. Whip together your egg white, icing sugar
and cream of tartar starting it on low speed and then put it on high for about 2 minutes.
It will become white and you'll get stiff peaks like this.
Place that it into a plastic bag and cut off just a tiny bit off the corner.
Then pipe onto non-stick baking paper. Pipe a line and put a v at each end of that.
Then pipe another line going across it and put a v on the ends of that one too. And then
repeat that with two more lines going across in the gap of each of those. Then you want
to add a v half way down on every second one of those lines. And you have one of your snowflakes.
You can also pipe star shaped ones just pipe three lines crossing over each other And then
from the end of each line make a point on each side. Then just make that stronger by
adding v shapes around your star.
You want to leave these on the baking paper for at least four hours to dry out.
While they are drying you can make some blue jelly according to the directions on the packet.
Then put your left over royal icing on a baking sheet with some sugar next to it.
Dip the top of your cups into the icing and then into the sugar to make it look like it's
snow. Then fill up each cup with your blue jelly
mixture and place that in the fridge for it to set.
Once it is set and your snowflakes have dried out gently lift them off the baking paper
and add a snowflake to the top of each one of your jellies. And then you have frozen
snowflake jelly to go with the elsa cake.
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