These crunchy confections are a perfectly sweet and tasty treat.
Crispy meringues are a treat for the eyes and the taste buds. They are an entertaining staple during the holidays, but we
think they deserve a place on the dessert table year-round.
Our first recipe is Chocolate-Dipped Almond Meringues.
Dress up these almond-flavored meringue cookies by dipping half of each cookie in a glaze of melted chocolate.
View Recipe: Chocolate-Dipped Almond Meringues
They've got just 25 calories apiece, so you can get more kick out of your calorie count with these light-as-air treats. Not
your average meringues, these get a kick of flavor from flaked sweetened coconut, coconut extract, and unsweetened cocoa.
Plus, they're easy and fun to make.
View Recipe: Coconut Meringues
These chocolate chip meringue cookies are light, crunchy, and have just the right amount of cocoa to satisfy your chocolate
View Recipe: Chocolate-Chip Meringue Cookies
These cookies have a slightly fudgy texture. They are baked, then cooled for 1-1/2 hours in the oven (don't forget to turn
View Recipe: Double-Chocolate Meringue Cookies
For your next gathering, bring these delicate, crisp cookies out on a tray at the end of the evening with little to-go cups
of coffee—a great send-off from a successful party.
View Recipe: Bittersweet Chocolate Meringues
To keep it kid-friendly, leave out the raspberry liqueur. (If the jam seems thick, stir in a few drops of lemon or lime juice.)
At just 37 calories apiece, these treats won't ruin anyone's appetite for a healthful dinner.
View Recipe: Thumbprint Meringues
The edges of the meringues are crisp, but the center pieces are slightly soft. Don't chop the chocolate too finely or it will
completely melt in the meringue.
View Recipe: Chocolate-Cherry Chunk Meringues
By using vanilla bean and extract, you’ll get double the vanilla flavor in these meringue cookies.
View Recipe: Double-Vanilla Meringue Cookies
These cookies will keep for a week in an airtight container. Keep them on hand to offer unexpected visitors.
View Recipe: Chocolate Chip Meringues
Whipped egg whites are the key to the fluffy, delicate texture of meringues. Don’t be fooled by the fancy name. These cookies
are easy, and require only six ingredients (including one real vanilla bean).
View Recipe: Double Vanilla Meringues
Piping cookies from a pastry bag is a lot of fun, and the work goes quickly. But kids might enjoy the no-fuss option of dropping
level tablespoons of the batter onto the prepared baking sheet instead.
View Recipe: Chocolate-Hazelnut Meringue Kisses
Chocolate and pecans give these cookies the nubby appearance of tweed. Before grinding the toasted nuts, make sure they have
cooled completely to keep the chocolate from melting.
View Recipe: Tweed Meringues
Creamy peanut butter filling is sandwiched between chocolate meringues, creating a flavor reminiscent of chocolate-peanut
View Recipe: Peanut Butter-Chocolate Meringue Sandwiches