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Leftover Egg White Recipes – Brown Sugar Meringues
By Kate Miller
In days of financial uncertainties, every penny counts and making use of leftovers
is a clever way to save on grocery bill. If you do a lot of baking, chances are you
sometimes have egg whites leftover since many recipes call for egg yolks only.
What can you do with these leftover egg whites? Well, don't tip them out. There are
so many things that you can make with leftover egg whites – souffles, pavlova, macaroons,
angel food cake and the list goes on.
Here is a good recipe to use leftover egg whites – brown sugar meringues. It's really
easy to make, using just a few inexpensive ingredients and great for a kid's party.
You can make them several days in advance and store in an airtight container. My
kids love these light, sweet and crunchy confections, and I'm sure your kids will
love them too! Try it!
Brown Sugar Meringues Recipe
(makes about 6)
3 egg whites
3 ounces caster sugar
4 ounces soft brown sugar
¼ pint whipped or double cream, whipped.
How to make meringue cookies
Preheat the oven to 275˚F.
Whisk egg whites until soft peaks form, then gradually whisk in caster sugar until
the mixture form stiff peaks. Now, sprinkle the brown sugar over the mixture and
fold in very carefully.
Place tablespoons of meringue on a baking sheet lined with non-stick baking paper.
Don’t forget to space them, to make 12 meringue halves.
Bake them in the preheated oven for about 1½ hours. Leave in the oven until the oven
is completely cold. Using a palettes knife, carefully remove the meringues form the
Gently break each flat base to form a cavity and fill it with cream. Sandwich the
meringue halves together in pairs. Enjoy your meringue cookies!