6 Reviews

My family liked it! I I will make it again. I did add 1/8 tsp to cream of tarter to the eggs.

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franhend October 06, 2012

The recipe made a nice, golden brown, tall, fluffy, meringue. It turned out just perfectly, not too sweet. It was fast and really easy to make. Looks like a pro made it. I will be using this recipe often. Thank you so much Paula for sharing.

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Baby Kato July 05, 2006

This really helps eliminate weeping of the meringue.

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Pamela F. December 27, 2015

To reach a true mile high meringue more egg whites are needed. Additionally, making the simple syrup is an unnecessary step. The same results (mediocre meringue) could have been reached with three egg whites and two-three tbsps of sugar baking for 12-15 minutes or your desired brownness.

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Orsburn September 30, 2012

forgot the stars. i would have given it a '10'!!!!!

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bartonian January 26, 2012

Oops... forgot the stars I think... sorry... here they are!

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CHILI SPICE October 14, 2008
Mile High Meringue