12 Days of Holiday Meringues ~ meringues might just be the perfect holiday treat, they’re easy, pretty, gluten free, and light enough to leave room for all the other holiday cookies!
Ghirardelli Chocolate Dipped Holiday Meringues
Dipping baked meringues into melted chocolate (premium quality, of course) and coating them with crushed candy-canes or nuts is a great way to make them even more festive!
Peppermint Meringue Kisses
Everybody’s favorite peppermint bark in meringue form! A tiny dab of red food coloring helps amp up the minty anticipation in these crisp kisses.
Chocolate Meringue Cookies
Is it a macaron? Is it a meringue? Who cares ~ these pretty meringue sandwich cookies are filled with a delicious chocolate ganache and drizzled with even more chocolate. Yum.
Raspberry Jam Meringues
Sweet, tart raspberry jam or fresh pureed raspberries are swirled right into these pretty pink meringues.
These cute peppermint kiss meringues have the Christmas colors baked right in!
Who can resist Nutella? It’s the perfect addition to a light and crunchy meringue.
Hazelnut Meringues with Drizzled Chocolate
You’d never know until you bite into them that these meringues have lots of toasted hazelnuts folded right in.
Maple Meringue Cookies
These unique maple meringues are sweetened only with pure maple syrup– no granulated sugar! I love their pale golden color.
Easy No-Fail Meringue Recipe
These fanciful meringues are topped off with a tiny bit of edible gold foil.
Festive Vegan Meringue Cookies
Vegan meringues are possible! These meringues use aquafaba (the liquid left over in a can of chickpeas) in the place of egg whites, resulting in gorgeous–and vegan–meringue cookies.
Easy Cocoa Meringues
These cocoa meringues are simple, easy, and delicious–just what you need around the holidays. They’re perfectly crunchy on the outside, soft and chewy inside, just what you want in a meringue.
Karen at Honestly Yum gives us a great tip for making meringues, she says to “wipe down the whisk attachment and the bowl of a stand mixer with a little vinegar or lemon juice and wipe clean with a paper towel.” This will insure that no stray oil or grease will prevent your egg whites from reaching their full potential like hers obviously did.