December 19, 2012

Poppy seed meringue kisses

Somehow I have the feeling, that until Christmas I won't have time for the blog, but I hope to be back shortly after, if not on the blog, for sure you'll find me here. The reason is pretty simple: there are still a lot of things that need to be organised. The plan is to bake some cookies on Friday, then on Saturday I am going to get all the ingredients I need  for the menu, that is still haven't been planned... Not to mention that the traditional beigli is also have to be baked, but that is gonna be done on Sunday. Only snow is missing! So therefore I baked these tiny meringue kisses, that remind me in some way of snow. Altough, I am not big fan of meringue, but I know already now, that these are going to be great on one or the other dessert during the holidays. Merry Christmas to everyone!

60 g egg whites
60 g sugar
50 g icing sugar
1 tablespoon cornstarch
2 tablespoons poppy seeds

Preheat the oven to 100°C. Beat egg white with a pinch of sugar until half stiff, then keep on beating and while that add sugar in small portions. Once the egg white is stiff fold in the icing sugar, cornstarch and poppy seeds. Pipe meringue in any shape you like onto a baking paper covered sheet and bake for 1-2 hours depending on the size you have choosen. Once ready, turn off the oven and leave the meringue kisses to cool down inside it.


Rosa's Yummy Yums said...

So pretty! What a great addition.



Aniko said...

Hello Noemi! I like poppy seed and your photos as well. I gave You a "Liebster Blog Award", You can check it here. Merry Christmas!

Anonymous said...

I love this. thabks for sharing... i also saw the health benefits of almond here.

Patricia @ ButterYum said...

They're spectacularly beautiful.

Peggy G. said...

Have a Merry Christmas! These meringue kisses are absolutely gorgeous =)

Gabby Nife said...

Good stuff. i am a fruit person. great info with nice pic.

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Unknown said...

Hello, what do you mean by 2 poppy seeds? This is what is written in your recipe. 2 Tablespoons?
Thank you!

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