Chocolate-Hazelnut Meringue Kisses

  • Annelisa Posted: 12/31/08
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    These are really good! I could prepare them easily. They don't look very pretty (I just made drop cookies), but they taste great. I didn't have bittersweet chocolate, so I used 1 tblsp milk chocolate chips and 1/2 square unsweetened chocolate. Also, I was worried they would be too sweet so I only used 1/3 c. granulated sugar (and the 1/4 powdered sugar).

  • hollyc82 Posted: 12/14/08
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    These have an absolutely wonderful flavor. It was my first time making a meringue cookie and unfortunately the insides of the cookies fell, leaving a crisp outer shell with a large pocket of air inside. I'll probably try them again; maybe even alter the recipe to use as a meringue topping for a chocolate pudding pie. That would be tasty.

  • jennifercz Posted: 12/07/08
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    These came out great! I will definitely make more batches for holiday gifts. I accidentally added the Cream of Tartar to the chocolate, cocoa, corn starch mix instead of the egg white mixture, and they still came out fine.

  • JnyPny2 Posted: 01/03/09
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    We really enjoyed these and since they are so low in calories......we really enjoyed them!!!

  • shannon9585 Posted: 03/03/09
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    This was my first time making meringues, but I'm very pleased with the way they came out. I followed the recipe as written, but only came out with about 24 medium-sized cookies. The flavor is nice and chocolatey and the hazelnuts provide crunch, but unfortunately you can't tast the nuts very much, so next time I'll probably add more. Otherwise, a good cookie for snacking on.

  • lisapeet Posted: 02/04/09
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    I bet these taste great. But really, if you're making them for someone you love, pipe them like big candy kisses with a large round or star tip -- NOT the way they're shown in the photo. Anyone who owns a dog can tell you -- those don't say "I love you." More like, "Ewwww."


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