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This simple recipe for Peppermint Creams will give you something sweet to munch on that might keep early feelings of nausea at bay. They’re great to make with toddlers, if you have an older child or a niece or nephew on hand, too.
400g icing sugar, sifted
1-2 drops food colouring (two colours, optional)
1 egg white
1-2 drops peppermint extract
1 tsp lemon juice
In a large bowl, lightly beat the egg white. Add the lemon juice and gradually add the icing sugar, mixing, until you have a smooth, firm dough.
Add the peppermint extract to the dough and mix together.
Divide the mixture in two and add a few drops of food colouring to each one, if using. Knead until the colour is even. Wrap in cling film if you're not using the dough immediately.
Dust a work surface with a little icing sugar. Using a dusted rolling pin, roll the mixture out and use cutters to cut out shapes or letters.
Leave to dry on a large, lined baking tray. Then eat or wrap up for later.
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