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There's a hidden surprise in each meringue kisses.. chocolate chips!
I'm not a huge fans of sweets but there's something magical about meringue kisses. I'm not quite sure if it's the whimsical star shape or the light crunch while also melting in your mouth experience. There's a hidden surprise in each meringue kisses.. chocolate chips!

Posted by Jane K. from Austin, Texas, United States • Published See Jane K.'s 8 projects »
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  • Step 1

    1. Using a hand held egg beater with the whisk attachment or Kitchen Aide, whisk the egg whites until foamy.

    2. Gradually add the granulated sugar and tartar powder until very soft peaks form.

    3. Place the bowl over a pot of simmering water and using a hand whisk, whisk the egg whites until the sugar is completely dissolved. Note: The tip here is continuos whisking or else you will have scrambled eggs.

    4. Transfer the bowl back to the hand held egg beater or Kitchen Aide, and beat the batter until stiff peaks form. You can add your choice of food coloring here as well.

  • How to bake a meringue. Blue Raspberry Meringue Kisses - Step 2
    Step 2

    Step 5. Line chocolate chips on parchment paper or silpat. Leave about 2 inch of space in between.

  • How to bake a meringue. Blue Raspberry Meringue Kisses - Step 3
    Step 3

    Step 6. Prepare a piping bag with open star piping tip (1M or 1B). Fill piping bag with meringue batter and pipe small dollops over chocolate chips.

  • How to bake a meringue. Blue Raspberry Meringue Kisses - Step 4
    Step 4

    Step 7. Bake at 175 degrees for 1 1/2 hours. Allow meringues to come to room temperature before removing from parchment paper or silpat. Store in an air tight container.

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Jasmine C.
Jasmine C. · Oregon City, Oregon, US
I tried these with lemon flavoring, and everyone loved them!
the only thing is that I had to turn up my oven to 200*F for them to turn out correctly.
(also I put sprinkles on some of them for my little sis, and because she couldn't pronounce "meringue" she just called them "unicorn poops" XD )
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Cat Morley
Cat Morley · London, GB · 1401 projects
These look delicious!
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lisydiaz
lisydiaz · Clearwater, Florida, US
looks great! can't wait to try these- thanks for posting.
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Syeyon K.
Syeyon K. · Kathmandu, Central Region, NP · 67 projects
looks deelish!!! but do we have to use the raspberry extract or is it our choice to use it...??
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Emily
Emily
These look delicious! When do you add the raspberry extract? I think you missed that step. Happy
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