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Merry Meringues

Merry Meringues recipe
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I make these EVERY year - everyone LOVES them. They are quick and easy. Instead of just dropping them on the sheet, I use a pastry bag (or ziploc bag) and pipe them on more
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on 12/15/2014
10 min
2 hr
12 servings, 2 meringues each
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These were okay. I had to throw most of them away since no one was eating them. I found that i had a ton of jello powder left afterwords, it was a big waste of the whole jello packet.
These are so easy to make. I made them last year for the holidays and were loved by all.
I baked them a little longer. I shut the oven off after an hour and then put it back on about 45 minutes later, and then let them sit in the closed oven for another hour. I put red and green food coloring in the mix to make them more Christmassy. They totally melt in your mouth!
I'm not sure if I made these correctly as they weren't as white in color as the picture here. They were a little brown which probably meant a little burnt. Anyhow, I thought they tasted okay...I halved the recipe so maybe I need to cook them in less time next time and they won't be as brown. They were hard on the outside while a little soft in the inside.
These are so light and great tasting! Everone loves them , I like the color too.
My meringues came out great, but i changed the recipe a bit. I didn't use the jello, but rather added food coloring to the meringue. Using a spoon was messy and not very pretty, so i piped the meringue using a large ziplock bag. I also had them bake for a lot longer than the recipe entailed. Other than that, I would use this meringue recipe again.
The flavor was not strong enough for my friends, so added more jello.........good. Also, a recipe with NO sugar would go over real well. My friends are dieters.
I have used this recipe twice and I love it! I am currently going to replace the sugar with a sugar substitute, and use low fat jello for the topping. That way I can hopefully eat these more often!
I think these could have baked for double the time. Mine were quite sticky. Although, very pretty with the jello. With leftover jello I just made a fruit jello. Only had to decrease water by a couple of TBL.
I made this for Easter and everyone loved it and wanted the recipe. I used different gelatin flavors (lime, cherry, orange, grape-spring colors). I will definitely make this again!
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