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Meringue Shells

Meringue Shells created by Marg CaymanDesigns

I was recently web searching for a recipe and came across this one which I plan on making for the upcoming holiday.

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  • Beat all ingredients together well. Then beat in slowly 1 cup sugar, 1/3 cup at a time.
  • Beat until mixture forms very stiff peaks.
  • Line cookie sheet with waxed paper.
  • Divide meringue into 8 circles on waxed paper. Slightly hollow out centers and make a stand-up ridge around outside of meringue shells.
  • Bake at 300 degrees for 45 minutes.
  • Let cool on pan.
  • To serve, fill shells with vanilla ice cream and top with sweetened sliced strawberries.
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"I was recently web searching for a recipe and came across this one which I plan on making for the upcoming holiday."
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  4. Marg CaymanDesigns
    These were very easy to make, and they turned out beautifully! I used them in Recipe #348452. Since my son doesn't care for strawberries, I put chocolate pudding on his and garnished it with chocolate syrup and hearts. BTW, this recipe really does make 8 shells. It was my first time making them so I thought the 8 looked too small and I made 6. I didn't realize they puffed up as much as they do when baked. (Oops!) They tasted WONDERFUL! Thanks for posting, dojemi!
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  5. MicaylahG
    I used this recipe as toppers to some lemon curd tarts rather than make them as shells. I used an ice cream scoop to distribute them on the parchment paper and they browned up nice and sweet. Thanks.
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