Meringue Minis

24 Dec

So… now you have mastered meringues after watching my first forray into vlogging.  And you’re ready to pump it up a bit?  Good.  here is an awesome thing to do with meringues that actually made the president of my company say it was the best dessert he has ever had.   

So how do you do it?  Well… if you won the first NYC Nom Nom giveaway, you can make them yourself in the non-stick baking cups that I am obsessed with.

You just use the same meringue recipe and pour it into the cups.


 I used my fingers to spread the meringue up the sides of the cup.  I was hoping this would create a divot to fill with whipped cream and berries.


 But a few minutes into cooking, I realized that just the opposite was happening.


I wound up getting pretty little mounds of meringues that were perfectly fluffy on the inside and crispy on the outside. 


 While the domes made them impossible to fill, they sure looked lovely. (I actually remade this a few days later and didn’t move the batter up the sides… it wound up flat on top.  Still delicious, but these look much more fun.)


 I wound up having extra batter, so I took the extra and combined it with fall spices (cinnamon, cloves, and nutmeg) and putting it into a separate dish.  It was delicious, but wouldn’t really come out of the dish.


 The mounds wound up perfect perched in homemade schlag and some balsamic strawberries.


Now that it’s winter and strawberries are about $100 per pint, I need to find some fruit to replace the berries.  But if you have access to berries, this is just perfect. 


Trust me.  You and everyone else will LOVE this!

Merry Christmas Nom World.

4 Responses to “Meringue Minis”

  1. Dana December 27, 2010 at 7:37 am #

    awww sooo sweet the tiny cup cakes like are soo delicious i think…
    Merry christmas!!!


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