This was a great dessert--very pretty and extremely sweet. Had some trouble with the meringue, but it still was amazing!
Strawberry-Chocolate Meringue Torte
issalyn Posted: 05/29/09
jll1637 Posted: 01/07/09
So elegant, simple, and delicious.
Kitchengeek Posted: 06/27/10
Looked for a strawberry recipe that was fancier than a shortcake. This is great! It looks pretty and tastes great - will make for guest for luncheon next. The calorie count is a definite plus. The portions are not chinchy. It took mine about 15 minutes longer than the 50 minutes to bake - but it is humid today.
texeverlasting Posted: 05/31/10
I whipped this up mid-party this weekend...while it wasn't quick, it was pretty easy, and even a meringue n00b like me could do it! I probably could have left them in the oven a bit longer, as they were really sticky and wouldn't come off the paper without a fight...ended up looking less pretty but tasted just as good!!!
ChefRecker Posted: 03/08/12
I've not made nor eaten this yummy looking concoction as of yet, but I would imagine it to be very much like the Strawberry Fluff from the old Cheese Barn in Panama City, FL.
Amsterdam Posted: 03/13/12
This is one of those desserts that turns out even better than the recipe sounds. I would save the step of melting the chocolate chips on top of the meringue in the oven (I couldn't get them to melt to spreading consistency anyway) and melt them in the microwave to drizzle over the meringue when it comes out of the oven. Yummmmm.... tastes like more!
lissalane Posted: 03/07/12
Sounds amazingly good and simple, but would it work using Splenda, instead of the regular sugar??. That'd be a dream come true!!!!!!!!
Jake11 Posted: 04/30/14
I made this last night for a sweet treat. My wife and Daughter loved it. We thought it was a bit sweeter than needed to be, but it did not stop us from eating it. Simple to make, with very little prep. Used 9 inch Cake round pans, with parchment paper instead of drawing a circle and spreading it out. They came out of the oven fine. Our next batch will be to use 1/2 Splenda 1/2 sugar to see if the taste remains true. Will make this again for my wife's family, as they are all girls and love these sort of deserts.