How to Cook Meringue Cookies

Paleo, primal cookie, dessert, Meringue, use for egg whites after making egg yoke custard ice cream.

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How to Cook Meringue Cookies Recipe
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I think I had 8 whites left over from French Ice Cream.

I think I had 8 whites left over from French Ice Cream.

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I used Coconut Palm Sugar which made it dark. You can use xylitol.

I used Coconut Palm Sugar which made it dark. You can use xylitol.

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Beat a couple minutes to stiff peaks.

Beat a couple minutes to stiff peaks.

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Add sugar of choice and cream of tartar if you like.

Add sugar of choice and cream of tartar if you like.

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I beat again until the sugar crystals were mixed in well.

I beat again until the sugar crystals were mixed in well.

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That is smooth.

That is smooth.

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I took out ~ 1/3 and gently folded in 1/3 cup dark chocolate pieces.

I took out ~ 1/3 and gently folded in 1/3 cup dark chocolate pieces.

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Now scoop by spoon to parchment papered cookie sheets. Don't forget the Parchment Paper or you will ruin your cookie sheet.

Now scoop by spoon to parchment papered cookie sheets. Don't forget the Parchment Paper or you will ruin your cookie sheet.

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I added a cup of coconut to the remainder. It should be gently folded in. I made the mistake of using the mixer and deflated it some.

I added a cup of coconut to the remainder. It should be gently folded in. I made the mistake of using the mixer and deflated it some.

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Chocolate chips meringue spoon dropped on parchment. Bake in 350° for 7 min, turn down to 200° for one hour, turn oven off and leave in oven to cool 3 hours or overnight. They dry up crispy, crunchy.

Chocolate chips meringue spoon dropped on parchment. Bake in 350° for 7 min, turn down to 200° for one hour, turn oven off and leave in oven to cool 3 hours or overnight. They dry up crispy, crunchy.

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It is dry here so I don't think they would absorb moisture, but store appropriately for your area if you can stop eating them.

It is dry here so I don't think they would absorb moisture, but store appropriately for your area if you can stop eating them.

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