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Meringue Cookies



Meringue Cookies

Meringue cookies are crispy, light and is everyone's favorite. Kids will love this melt in mouth cookies.These are small mini versions and is raspberry flavored. There is no flour in this cookies and key ingredient here is egg whites and sugar and it is baked in a very low temperature so that the moisture of the egg whites dry out completely.

Recipe source from here

Ingredients
Egg whites-4
Raspberry essence- 1/2 tsp
Caster sugar-1 cup
Cream of tartar-1/4 tsp
vanilla essence a few drops
Permitted food color - 2 drops (optional)


Preheat oven to 200 degrees F and line baking sheet with parchment paper

In a large bowl beat egg whites till it is frothy. Add cream of tartar and beat till soft peaks are formed. Continue running the mixer and slowly add sugar one tsp at a time
Add food coloring and essence continuing beating until stiff peak form.

Transfer mixture to a pastry bag or large zip-top bag fitted with decorating tip. Pipe shapes on prepared baking sheet or just scoop spoonfuls and place on the baking sheet.

Bake for about one and half hours rotating once from front to back.They will become crispy and will be easily released form the parchment paper once done Turn off oven and slightly open door. Leave it there for about an hour.Take out from oven remove parchment paper from baking sheet and let meringues cool completely. Cover and store in room temperature.

Sending this to 60 Days to Christmas event




Try this..
Hope you will all enjoy..

Comments

  1. wow they look so cute and raspberry flavored too. Wish I can your food tester :P let me know if you have a vacancy... :)

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  2. Love the baby pink meringue cookies..definitely on my must try list .

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  3. Even i want to join you guys to taste this beauties, meringue cookies are quite available here in bakeries, have to give a try soon.Beautifully done Suja.

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  4. Beautiful Meringue cookies Suja love that pink color and raspberry flavor. Happy thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  5. Love the crispy cute meringue cookies...Happy Thanksgiving dear..

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  6. perfect girly cookie dear. Right up my alley :-)

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  7. Love this cookies.. Beautiful color and perfectly made.. :)

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  8. these look awesome.. lovely color too !

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  9. Wow these cookies look awesome :)

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  10. Wow such a gorgeous cookies...gals I would like to join u all to taste it...:)

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    1. You are all welcome :)
      Thanks everyone:)

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    2. Cutie cookies...I just loved d flavor too..

      Do participate in my ongoing event...
      Restyle My Taste !!
      http://www.sajustastes.com/2012/11/restyle-my-taste-first-event-giveaway.html

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  11. Love the pink color - so cute!!! and the cookies are looking so picture perfect!!
    Sowmya
    Ongoing Event - CWF - Whole Wheat Flour
    Ongoing Event - Let's Party - Eggless Bakes and Treats

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  12. Love the Click they so beautiful pink meringue cookies..

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  13. Gorgeous pink meringues...yum yum

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  14. Amazing cutie pink ones :) loved it :) where do get the cake stand ? please tell me ..Am in the US...so tell me which store dear.please reply.dear

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  15. wow...yummy and tasty meringue cookies dear....yumm yumm...:)

    Dr.Sameena@

    http://myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.in/2010/12/cookies-and-cakes-for-xmas.html

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  16. Pink beauties look great and delicious

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  17. I bet these were light and yummy ...these are looking so attractive dear...

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  18. Love the soft pink color, delicious..

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  19. they are so cute and adorable..

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  20. Cute cookies...beautiful colour...nice clicks.

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  21. hi suja, this meringue looks very pretty and yummy. get good attention from guests if serve these.

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  22. Wow...perfect cookies. Looks super fluffy and yummy.

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  23. Lovely colour. I am sure my kids will love it too. But we don't get cream of tartar here.

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  24. lovely meringues..pink is my fav color look so cute:)

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  25. This looks super cute,loved the colour and the presentation too !!

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  26. love the colour. back home we get this in a bakery with cashew nuts and sometimes with coconut. this looks too good Suja.

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  27. Your butterscotch scones look yummmmmm n so are these lovely meringues. I couldn't comment on the butterscotch post. Don't know y

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