Mini Meringue Tart – Mini Maräng Bakelse

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For those of you who’s been with me for a while, you know that I love meringues… It’s just something about them that I love. This is a suggestion of a perfect, simple and delicious dessert. Instead of making the meringues small and high, they can be made as the bottom for a little tart. This is something that is easy and looks very cute – but it doesn’t take the full time of a pavlova. You would make a normal meringue batter, and then top it off with whipped cream and raspberries, or any other berries for that matter.

Recipe / Recept 

3 eggs / 3 ägg 

0.8 cups of sugar / 2 dl socker

5 lemon juice drops / 5 droppar citron juice

1. Preheat the oven to 250 F. / Sätt ugnen på 125 grader.

2. Separate egg whites from yolks. It’s super important that there’s no yolk with the whites. / Separera äggvitor från ägg gulor, viktigt att ingen gula hamnar med vitan!

3. Beat the egg whites with a mixer until firm. You should be able to turn the bowl upside down. / Vispa äggvitorna till ett hårt skum. Du ska kunna vända bunken upp och ner.

4. Carefully pour in the sugar, keep whisking. / Häll försiktigt i sockret, vispa undertiden.

5. Carefully pour in the lemon juice. / Häll försiktigt i citronen.

6. Use an icing bag to create the meringue bottoms on a non stick paper. / Använd en sprits och spritsa ut maräng plattor på ett bakplåtspapper.

7. Bake for about 35 min. Turn the oven off and let the meringues bake in the after heat. / Grädda i ca 35 min, stäng av ugnen och låt marängerna gräddas i efter värmen.

8. Let cool completely. / Låt svalna.

9. Top with whipped cream and berries. / Toppa med vispad grädde och bär.

10. Done! / Klart!

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