How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue

Guest post recipe & images courtesy of I Heart Wines

How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue

How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue. Hello friends, so how are you today? I have a yummy guest recipe to share with you today. Also great for afternoon tea. Over to I Heart Rose:

How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue:

I Heart Rose, Strawberry aromas, soft red berry flavours, ripe and fresh.

A fresh kiss flavoured with freeze-dried strawberry and raspberry and a touch of lemon and topped with a dried strawberry slice and dipped in I Heart Rose caramel. This is our foolproof meringue mixture.

We use this method whenever we make our meringue kisses, giant meringues, pavlovas or decorative festive meringues!

Our mixture is so easy to remember a 2:1 ratio of sugar and egg whites.

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How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue

How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue:

Ingredients:

300g caster sugar

150g free range egg white

Light pink food colouring

Tsp freeze-dried strawberry powder

 ½ tsp raspberry powder

½ lemon – zested

Slices of dried strawberry to garnish

For The Caramel:

100g sugar

1 tbsp I Heart Rose

How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue Method:

The Meringue Mixture:

1.) Preheat your oven to 200c. Line a small baking tray with baking parchment, pour in the caster sugar and heat it in the oven for 7 minutes. Heating the sugar helps to create a glossy, stable mixture.

2.) Pour the egg whites into a mixer and whisk them slowly, allowing small stabilising bubbles to form, then increase the speed until the egg whites form stiff peaks.

3.) Take the sugar out of the oven, and turn oven down to 100’c (leave the door open to help speed this up.) With your mixer on full speed, very slowly spoon the hot sugar into the beaten egg whites, making sure the mixture comes back up to stiff peaks after each addition of sugar.

4.) Once you have added all the sugar, continue to whisk on full speed until you have a smooth, stiff and glossy mixture.

5.) You should continue to whisk for at least 5 minutes once sugar has incorporated.

6.) Feel a bit of the mixture between your fingers; if you can still feel the gritty sugar, keep whisking at full speed until it has dissolved and the mixture is smooth, stiff and glossy.

To Flavour:

1.) Gently fold in a teaspoon of freeze-dried strawberry powder and half a teaspoon of raspberry powder and then added in some lemon zest for freshness.

 Gently fold it through the meringue being careful not to deflate the mixture.

To Colour:

1.) Paint the inside of the piping bag before adding the flavoured meringue with natural food colouring.

We usually do about 4-5 spaced out stripes. For the i heart Rose kisses we coloured our bag with a light pink colour.

To Pipe:

1.) Spoon your meringue into your disposable piping bag and cut the tip off (about a 50 pence size hole).

2.) Pipe out your kisses by keeping the bag tight, straight and directly above your baking tray. Squeeze from a 2 cm height from the baking tray and then let go before pulling up to form the lovely peaks.

3.) Once piped add a slice of dried strawberry to the side of the meringue.

4.) Bake for about 35-45 minutes or until the meringue bases come off the parchment paper clean.

5.) While the kisses are cooling make your caramel.

6.) Heat the sugar and the I Heart Rose in a saucepan over a medium heat until all the sugar has dissolved and turns into a lovely golden copper colour.

7.) Take off the heat and very carefully (while the caramel is still hot and runny) dip the bases of the kisses into the caramel.

8.) Place the kisses back on the parchment to cool. Repeat this for all of the kisses.

How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue
How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue

How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue:

So what do you think of this recipe? Do you also fancy trying it? Because I do!

How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue Guest post recipe & images courtesy of I Heart Wines.

How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue
How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue
How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue
How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue

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How To Make I Heart Rose Wine Infused Meringue

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4 Comments

  1. Julia Nyanyo
    26th March 2017 / 11:07 pm

    They look beautiful, what a great gift idea that is.

  2. Heather{Our Life In a Click}
    27th March 2017 / 12:38 pm

    These are beautiful and so special!

  3. passion fruit, paws and peonies
    30th November 2018 / 3:18 pm

    What a beautiful gift idea! Lovely for Valentines, hostess gifts and wedding anniversaries too! xx Maria

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