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Thanks for sharing. I used to love meringue.
 

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I use it in my chocolate chip cookies and they turn out perfect- love ener-g!
I will have to try it to make a meringue now
 

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Thanks, PhotoJess, for the link. I really needed that. Too bad it's Lent...For Easter, however...
 

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I can't even believe this... I've been whining about missing meringue so much I just about gave up... not the whining but the hope of ever having meringue again! This is awesome!
 

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I still haven't made these yet, but definately am going to. Glad it was helpful!
 

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I just made these, and they are JUST LIKE real meringue cookies! Hubby said they are really good! Leave enough time for cooling in the oven too, besides the baking time......happy
 

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whoa!!! Thanks for sharing!
 

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Your pictures look amazing. I wound up not making them for my birthday party because my friend was making a cake and a couple of my friends weren't going to be able to make it so we would've had way too much for dessert. Next time!
 

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thanks, I'd say cut the recipe in half, but I'm not sure if the whisk would make contact with the enerG and water in the bottom of the bowl.
 

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I wonder what a lemon meringue pie would look like.
 

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Originally Posted by Mojo View Post

I was wondering that too. It looks like there is a recipe on the Ener-G site.
Uh, oh. I have to wait until Easter to make this, too. (And take a picture of it, as well, but we won't go there).
 

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I didn't look at the site, but I'm wondering what the difference is, as these cookies were definately not the consistancy of a pie meringue. so, i wonder if it's the sugar to G ratio?
 
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