Meringue Cookies

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So I’ve occasionally had a few chocolate-chip Meringue Cookies which melt in your mouth (except for the chocolate chip part). Personally, I’m not taking to the chocolate part, and so I’ve looked for a recipe to make the Meringue Cookies without chocolate. These cookies you can put almost anything you’d like in them.

If you’d like to make these with me, here’s what you need:

3 egg whites
1/4th teaspoon of salt
1 cup of sugar
1 teaspoon of Vanilla Extract (optional)

Prior to beginning the process, you must pre-heat your oven to 300 degrees Fahrenheit (148 degrees Celsius). First, make sure your eggs are

room temperature – it helps for the egg whites to rise faster. Once that’s done, get a big bowl (or mixer) for everything and separate your egg yokes from the egg whites, leaving all the egg whites in the bowl. Be sure to pull out any extra that may fall in from the shell and make sure you don’t get any of the yoke in the egg whites.

Once you have the three egg whites in the bowl, take the 1/4th teaspoon of salt and mix it into the egg whites. Then beat the egg whites until you have a “stiff peak”. It will look like this:

You’ll need to slowly blend in the cup of sugar while continuing to mix.

Once your egg whites are like that, put in the teaspoon of Vanilla Extract and blend it with the mixture. Then mix it a bit more and get a pan or cookie sheet (I put a little bit of butter or PAM on the tray I used so it doesn’t stick) and take droplets of the mix with a spoon and place them on the sheet/tray.

I would make each droplet about the same size so they all bake at the same time and don’t end up chewy on the inside (that happened to me with my first batch). Once you have it all spread out on a tray/sheet, pop it into the oven and bake them for about 10-15 minutes.

Pull them out when they’re all set and ready, and let them cool for about another 10 minutes and you have a delicious treat! The first few times I’ve made them, most of the insides were a bit chewy, but they were DELICIOUS! Hope you like it! :)

Another little thing I tried with another batch was mixing in 1/4th a teaspoon of cinnamon in the mix as well. Tasted yummy! :)

This was my end result:


Hope my little take on it all helped and you’re able to make some yummy cookies! :)

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