Great taste, buuut couldn't get it to make stiff peaks once I added the powdered sugar. Made it twice with same results. Second time I dropped it into mini cupcake papers so I could have individual portions.
Chocolate-Cherry Chunk Meringues
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JenRaj Posted: 12/03/09
joy2bmom Posted: 12/08/08
Made these last year for Christmas & they were so yummy I will definitely be making them again this year!
Oregonracer Posted: 12/14/08
Beautiful recipe.... turned out better than expected. I used orange extract, sour cherries and chili infused dark chocolate. Can't stop eating them! Followed directions as given and it came out wonderful.
upstateNY Posted: 12/04/09
I made this multiple times last holiday season and it was so good it made my permanent list. I used the chili infused dark chocolate as suggested by another reviewer, and cherry flavored dried cranberries, but otherwise made it as written. Everyone who tried it loved it.
snuffybird Posted: 06/18/10
These are very good! I was careful to add the sugar slowly, and used bittersweet chocolate. Didn't have cherries so I used vanilla instead of almond. Everyone loved them and had to send them home with them so we would not eat them all. Am making them today!
JennySmith Posted: 12/11/09
I will admit that I didn't quite follow the recipe exactly because I read it thoroughly too late. For one, I never was able to get the mixture to peak once I added the sugar. This may have been because I added the sugar all at once, instead of by tablespoon. Another thing that didn't go great was that my oven, at lowest marked temperature is 260. So I put it a little below that and then only cooked it for an hour. The cookies seemed done, but were really difficult to cut into pieces, even though I did score them. Overall, I found the cookies much too sweet for myself, but I'm also not fond of overly-sweet things. Not sure that I would make these in the future.