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|Calories45Calories from Fat20|
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* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your Daily Values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.
Karen 4 months ago
I mad them exactly as the recipe called for last night and left them out to dry. The taste is good, but they are still sticky this morning. I guess I didn't bake them long enough? I will try to make them again.
Nancy S. 4 months ago
I used Truvia and the cookies were great. I also used Lily’s chocolate chips.
Raquel 5 months ago
The taste was pretty good. I used xylitol instead of sugar bad decision.
Smith 8 months ago
These look nothing like the picture. I used half the sugar recommended per the other comments. They’re delicious and that’s all that matters in the end. Will 10/10 make again.
Lia Del Sesto McAlpine 9 months ago
so easy and delicious!
Donna Maloney 9 months ago
these little merigues are delicious n easy! i didnt have cream of tartar so i used merigue powder they came out great
Courtney Hernandez 10 months ago
So. Dang. Good. Family approved
Meg Veldhuis 10 months ago
Fantastic - served with vanilla ice cream to cut the Choclate flavor Super easy!
SuperCook 10 months ago
Everyone loved these! Made a double batch and they disapeared before I knew it!
Zandie a year ago
Great!! Lovin it for the first time making it!! Will do it again!!
Rebecca Mahoney a year ago
Fantastic! So easy and delicious. Could also be made with so many different flavors
tracy d. a year ago
I used recipe as a base and made coffee flavoured mini meringues ... excellent easy straight forward recipe.
Brian Blalock a year ago
pretty good, make sure you cook it all at once or keep the leftover cool or the second batch will flatten out
aiden k. a year ago
Perfect, and they look and taste devine
Kyle a year ago
Turned out pretty good
meryl h. a year ago
Light crispy, when fresh out of oven and just cooled. It needs a cup of good coffee, sitting in the yard and relaxing.....yummy
Aibhlinn Gallagher a year ago
The recipe was very easy, and it was yummy! The recipe didn’t call for many ingredients, which, this made easier to make on a whim for a special treat!
Sierra Krippner a year ago
Not bad for my first meringue recipe! I followed the commentary and cut back the sugar and it was great. They cooked well and were easily removed from parchment paper. I'll use mini chocolate chips next time so I can pipe them into better shapes.
Sanders 2 years ago
Turned out great. However, a few of my friends said that they were too sweet or too chocolatey
Suzanne Blimling 2 years ago
I really liked them but they were way way way to sweet. I will make them again and only put 1/4 of the amount of sugar as with the chocolate chips they are sweet enough
Skye 2 years ago
It was amazing! I️ would add a little salt to the top of each one next time.
Jon Wissner 2 years ago
I reserved half the sugar to carmelize in a small sauce pan, then drizzled it on top of the finished cookies. And, then I put a dollop of diy chocolate&peanut butter ice cream on top... Whooaa boy! D-Licious!
Regan F. 2 years ago
I absolutely love this recipe and have adapted it to use freeze-dried fruit in lieu of cocoa powder. I make it using egg whites from my ducks. These are a staple in my household. Thanks for the inspiration!