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Multi-Colored Meringues

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I love meringues. I love to eat them and I love to make them. They are so simple, require so few ingredients and can be colored or decorated in so many ways. With that crunchy outside and chewy inside, meringues are always a crowd-pleaser. Meringues are a great Passover treat because they require only egg whites, salt, sugar, and a little bit of food coloring. They’re quick to make but take a while to bake so it’s best to whip up a batch before folding laundry or cleaning your refrigerator, but I promise they’ll be worth the wait.

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Brittany Wayne grew up in Weston, CT and enjoyed baking with her parents from a young age. In high school, Brittany completed a year-long independent study on cake decorating, culminating in a three-tiered wedding cake. The teacher who graded the study gave Brittany a D because she didn’t believe Brittany made the cakes she brought in each month. Brittany did make the cakes. You can follow Brittany and her cake creations on Twitter, and Instagram.

Multi-Colored Meringues

Posted on March 14, 2013

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Passover Recipes: Almond Butter Choc Chip Cookies



All year long I troll for recipes that can also be used during Passover, and this cookie recipe was just one of those finds. The recipe is flourless but also good enough to eat whether its Passover or not – and best of all, SUPER simple to whip together.

Here is the original recipe which actually calls for peanut butter instead of almond butter.

Almond Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies

Posted on March 29, 2012

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