How to make meringue kisses : Meringue kisses recipe uk

by Jul 14, 20170 comments

In this video I show you how to make meringue kisses and flavour them. I  baked these pretty and delicious rosewater flavoured meringue kisses for a great raspberry rose flavoured theme with the lovely ladies at Country Hill Cottage. Please visit their website to look at their lovely recipes, printable gift boxes and they will even show you how to make your own tea bags.

These rosewater flavoured meringue kisses are simple to make and they can last a few weeks in a cookie jar un-sandwiched, so only sandwich what you need and leave the others until you need them. They still taste great without buttercream.


  • 100 grams caster sugar
  • 2 large egg whites
  • 1 and 1/2 teaspoons rosewater
  • pinch of salt
  • culinary rose petals (optional)
  • rose pink food colouring (optional)

To sandwich them


  • Pre-heat your oven to 95 Celsius and prepare 3 baking trays with baking paper and put them to one side Add you egg whites in a large bowl and start whisking them with a a hand whisk or electric whisk until soft peaks start to appear
  • Then add your sugar a tablespoon at a time and whisk well until sugar is well mixed and the meringue is nice and glossy
  • Finally add in your rosewater and salt and whisk
  • If you are using rose petals you can fold them in or reserve them to sprinkle on top of the meringues when piped.
  • Get a piping bag fitted with a small star nozzle and use a paint brush to paint inside and then spoon your meringue mixture inside.
  • Start piping your meringues onto the prepared baking trays and then you will notice they have two colours. You can sprinkle some rose petals on top too if you wish.
  • Put them in the oven and bake for 1hour 30 minutes and then turn of the oven and leave them in there to cool completely.
  • When they are cooled, remove them from the oven and remove them from the baking paper and sandwich them with this Swiss meringue buttercream and add 2-3 teaspoons of rosewater to it or leave them like that.
  • Only sandwich them when you want to eat them because they will go soft and chewy but they can stay hard for a few days without being sandwiched.
  • Serve sprinkled with rose petals (optional)


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