Top 5 meringue cookies for Christmas

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11 December 2019

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Top 5 meringue cookies for Christmas

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Meringue cookies are a delicately tempting temptation, especially at Christmas . What distinguishes the biscuit classic from the others? The meringue , an airy-white mass of protein and sugar. This can be varied and use versatile.Classic meringue cookies are for example macaroons . In addition, ground nuts and coconut flakes are lifted underneath the mass. But the biscuit also tastes pure as a topping, for example on cookie cutters . A real eye-catcher is when two meringue tuffs are held together with a cream, similar to French macarons .

Find your favorite among our top 5 meringue cookies!

1. Chocolate Nut Busserl

Meringue biscuits are easy to cook
Meringue biscuits are easy to cook

Dark chocolate biscuit meets white meringue bonnet – this not only looks good, it tastes great too. The Busserl are also easy to bake: Knead cookie dough, chill and cut out. Finally, sprinkle the meringue and bake in the oven. Done is the noble Christmas cookie !

 

2. Gingerbread meringue tuffs with cardamom cream filling

Meringue biscuits with filling belong on every cheeky cookie plate

These meringue cookies make anticipation of Advent. Because they smell and taste like Christmas! Spicy gingerbread flavor is hidden in the meringue mass, and cardamom ground in the cream filling. THE recipe for a show-off cookie dish!

>> To the recipe for gingerbread meringue tuffs with cardamom cream filling

 

3. Meringue chocolate honey waffle turrets

Meringue cookies instead of chocolates: This will make your loved one an unexpected joy at Christmas

The balls could pass smoothly as chocolates . But basically, they’re just chocolate covered meringue cookies that you do not even have to bake the dough for. The base is made up of finished honey waffles, which are made into small circles. Decorated with pistachio nuts and grated coconut, you will instantly conjure up a sweet Christmas gift from the kitchen .

> The recipe for meringue chocolate and honey waffle turrets

4. Nut Cinnamon falling stars

From the sky: meringue cookies with cinnamon flavor

Crunchy and delicate at the same time: The nut and cinnamon shooting stars are a successful cross between crispy biscuits and nut macaroon with cinnamon flavor. The preparation is similar to baking macaroons . However, the meringue mass is not set on wafers , but sprayed on a simple spot .

> To the recipe for nut and cinnamon shooting stars

5. Pine meringue

These meringue cookies need only a few ingredients to shine

Pine meringues are baked from a few, but noble ingredients. Lemon dust, almonds and pine nuts are lifted beneath the airy mass. The result is slightly nutty with a tangy touch.

Due to the pine nuts, the meringue cookies are not necessarily the cheapest. But connoisseurs appreciate the special mixture. Ideal to give away in a nice packaging .

> To the recipe for pine meringue

Top 5 meringue cookies for Christmas

Top 5 meringue cookies for Christmas

Yield: 4
Prep Time: 15 minutes
Cook Time: 25 minutes
Total Time: 40 minutes

Meringue cookies are a delicately tempting temptation, especially at Christmas . What distinguishes the biscuit classic from the others? The meringue , an airy-white mass of protein and sugar. This can be varied and use versatile.

Ingredients

  • Chocolate
  • Nut
  • bonnet 
  • fat
  • sugar
  • fame
  • milk

Instructions

Classic meringue cookies are for example macaroons . In addition, ground nuts and coconut flakes are lifted underneath the mass. But the biscuit also tastes pure as a topping, for example on cookie cutters . A real eye-catcher is when two meringue tuffs are held together with a cream, similar to French macarons .

Nutrition Information:
Serving Size: 4
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 20

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