• Tuesdays from 5 PM to 6 PM
  • September 1, 8, 15, and 22, 2020
  • Free on Zoom! (Requires registration)
  • Instructor: Diego Marcial

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Learn from home how to make the traditional Sugar Skulls for the Day of the Dead festivities, with the experience of our teacher Diego Marcial. Easy and fun!

Sugar Skull Ingredients

Two predominant recipes for the creation of the sugar skull. One uses Meringue Powder, water and sugar. One uses 2 egg whites, lemon drops and water. This class will use Meringue powder only.

Ingredients needed for skull: sugar, Meringue powder, water
Tools: Larger metal bowl, Skull Molds, cardboard squares

(1 teaspoon of Meringue powder for every 1 cup of sugar)
(1 teaspoon of water for every cup of sugar)

Materials Needed

  • Sugar Skull Mold (clear plastic) – purchase on Amazon – $16.95 brand called 180 degrees
  • Pure Cane Sugar (1 to 2 pounds)
  • Meringue powder
  • Water
  • Larger Bowl with wooden spoon
  • Cardboard squares 6″ x 6″

Royal Frosting Ingredients

Ingredients for Royal Icing: Meringue powder, sugar, water, food dye
Utensils: larger metal bowl, plastic bags, string, rubber bands, scissors

(Hand Mix or Electrical Blender – 1 pound of sugar or confection sugar and 1/4 cups of Meringue powder. Add 1/3 cup of water.)

  1. 1 pound confection sugar (buy at any market)
  2. Meringue powder
  3. Water
  4. Bowl with spoon
  5. Plastic bag & String
  6. Food dye