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Meringues

I needed to make some baked goods for a Bake Sale at Gemma’s school, so I decided to make some Meringues. In the past I had used Super Fine Sugar, but I found a new recipe online using Powdered Sugar. Supposably, this is the way the French make Meringues! It was super easy! Beat 4 Egg White until foamy, then slowly add 2 1/4 cups of powdered sugar. Beat until it forms stiff peaks! I have a Table Top Mixer, so I just put it on and work away on other things. You can pipe the meringues onto a cookie sheet, but for easier clean up I just spooned them on. The recipe said it makes 36, but I was able to make 24. Try to put them all on 1 cookie sheet, or 2 smaller sheets. I lined my sheet with parchment paper. You bake them at 200F, but it suggests putting a spoon in the oven to keep it open a bit. Then bake for 3 hours!!

The good news is when I put the 2 ingredients into my Recipe Builder, the entire recipe came out to 30 PP! Divide it by 24, each Meringue is 1PP!! 2 is 2PP! But 3 is 4PP!! Either way it is a good treat, without many points!! My Meringues bubbled a bit, but they tasted delicious!! We are making these again for our Holiday Party!!

Here is the link to the Authentic French Meringues from the All Recipes site!

BTW – I lost 0.8 lbs last week!

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3 Comments

  1. Posted November 30, 2012 at 11:17 am | Permalink

    Now those sound pretty easy and I love meringues! Will have to give these a try.

  2. Amy
    Posted December 3, 2012 at 11:34 am | Permalink

    Christine,

    Check out Skinnytaste.com.

    http://www.skinnytaste.com/2012/12/dark-chocolate-and-mint-chip-clouds.html#more

    She has some meringue cookies with added goodies like peppermint and chocolate chips. I love these cookies-the only problem is stopping after 2!

    • CHRISTINE URIAS
      Posted December 3, 2012 at 1:05 pm | Permalink

      Thanks for the link! She has so many tasty recipes! I have visited her site previously and pinned some of the dishes I want to try!

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