Three-Minute Microwave Meringues

Watch this amazing  hack – no-whisk microwave meringues! Three minutes from start to finish – perfect for when you’re in a rush. All you need is one egg white and 300g of icing sugar – tell us in the comments if you try it! I think I will have dessert tonight, can’t wait..

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45 Responses to Three-Minute Microwave Meringues

  1. Debbie says:

    It looked great!

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  2. Leonie says:

    Microwaved 1 – 2 mins. Was this on high?

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  3. Steve says:

    Without trying to be unkind here, is this not a missed opportunity? Mumsnet? Would the point of sharing with your child not be the opportunity of baking and showing your child how to live in the moment and actually make them properly? Kids love whisking eggs and baking. Not to mention that microwaves remove all nutritional value from food.

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    • Jocelyn Velenski says:

      What nutritional value is in one egg white and 300gms of icing sugar?
      And if mum is putting together a quick pudding before she has to leave to pick the kids up from school, then this is a perfect hack for her.

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    • Eddie says:

      Steve…….it’s just another way to make them. No kids were harmed or mentally scarred by this demo. Pull your head in you idiot !

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    • Martin D says:

      Please don’t repeat thoroughly disproved nonsense about Microwaves destroying nutrients in food. If you don’t believe me take Harvard Medical School’s advice on the subject:http://www.health.harvard.edu/fhg/updates/Microwave-cooking-and-nutrition.shtml

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    • Non-Food snob says:

      If you have to say “without trying to be unkind here” in a comment then a good rule of thumb is to NOT MAKE THE COMMENT! What you are about to say IS unkind. Such a cute little video and you are rattling on about missed opportunities and some claptrap about microwaves that is not true (All nutritional value? Come on)

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    • יערית says:

      What is youre problem?? stupid

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    • Ange says:

      Really??? I don’t think they are trying to take away any opportunity of baking with your child, kids like mixing with their hands and rolling balls too so they could do the kneading and rolling. And aside from that meringue is full of sugar so I hardly think they hold much nutritional value. I think it’s just a bit of fun. The lady in the video was having a laugh about it working. Maybe instead of seeing a negative you should think that this is an opportunity to show kids different ways to do things. Why is always someone that has to turn things into a negative!

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    • brendamatson says:

      Not exclusively about the kids…time-poor Mums like quick, easy, simple recipes sometimes…Mums can cook, kids can decorate…..and as for nutrition vs microwaving…hey!….we’re just talking egg whites and icing sugar here, not chicken soup!

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    • Karen says:

      Good point Steve.

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    • Pepita Jimenez-Jacobs says:

      Is that proven: that microwaves remove ALL nutritional value from food? Never heard that before! Who sez?

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      • Stephanie Garnham says:

        Read Martin D’s comment from Harvard. Link listed on his post. Nutritional value NOT removed any more than when cooked by other methods….. Very informative.

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    • MP says:

      Idiot!!!!!

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  4. that was cool but that meringues looked hard real crunchy I will try any ways be cause it kinda looked like it would be good crunchy

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  5. Grace says:

    Will def give it a go, what wattage is Microwave I wonder?

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  6. WOW! I could never get meringues right! Can’t wait to try this! 🙂

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  7. Roselle Musachia says:

    Love easy recipes. Gonna try those meringue!!! 🙂

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  8. ayu Yussof says:

    Wow….. I’m so gonna try this…

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  9. Adam says:

    Now, what part do you eat first? Just saying…

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  10. how many eggs do you use with the 250 gr of sugar?

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  11. Definitely plan to make this weekend

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  12. Emily says:

    Looks really good.

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  13. Renée Kanowitz says:

    Thankyou for sharing, the meringues look fab – nothing beats a quick & easy but successful recipe.
    Depending on watts of microwave I may try a little less than 2 mins & test the end result for a slightly softer meringue.
    🎂🎂🎂

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  14. Jocelyn Velenski says:

    This is great for making ambrosia. Store bought meringues are not nice.

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  15. Angela Elliott says:

    Great it worked cool thanks but how will i store them and how long do that last?

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  16. Rob says:

    I just made them, they are great. You definitely don’t need to roll the balls any bigger than a marble and I cooked them in an 850w microwave for just 1 minute. I also made a Pavlova base with it, very nice. 🙂

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    • Romy says:

      Did it come out crispy or chewy?

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    • Carol says:

      Thanks Rob. Up until now, all the comments are from people who think it looks easy. Great to hear from someone who has already tried it. Now that I know the cooking time for my microwave oven, we’ll be trying them for tea tonight.

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  17. dena says:

    Don’t understand the need to “dirty” a cup and saucer. Just separate the egg white from yolk by cracking egg, gently split shell, and move yolk back and forth the shell halves over the bowl.

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  18. nancy bagat says:

    Lovely merigues will try that

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  19. Mike Keen says:

    To those who think it’s a missed opportunity for the children: this is a training video for the adult. If this video was filmed using children we would still be watching it until next Tuesday. Let the adult learn first before having the children help.

    BTW, the easiest way to separate the egg white is to crack an egg into your mixing bowl, get an empty water bottle (the kind that you get when you buy bottled water or an empty plastic bottle of soda), squeeze the bottle to force some air out, stick the opening of the bottle on top of the egg, the let the bottle inflate with air!

    It will suck up the egg yolk and leave the egg white in your bowl. You can then expel the egg yolk in a storage container or cook it later.

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  20. Kirsten says:

    my burning question is, can you make a full sized pavlova this way?

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  21. Emma Leivers says:

    OMG just made it it’s amazing wow doing it for Christmas

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  22. Carolyn says:

    amazing

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  23. creative pixie says:

    This looks great, I must give it go as who has time to cook meringues in an oven for several hours. Thanks for sharing. Jean

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  24. Ingrid says:

    Used to make these with my kids – they loved watching how the meringues rose in the microwave. Sometimes I would put a dot of food colouring on the top of the rolled up ball (a tiny bit, with a toothpick) and make coloured meringues.

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  25. Have done this for over 20years,not new but not widely known.Yes you can make a pavlova size one but they will always be crunchy if cooked in microwave.they keep in an airtight tin for weeks as long as they are not filled .It is the quickest way I know of making meringues

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  26. Linda says:

    I just made it. Taste good, but it’s not a meringue. Those are soft and sticky on the inside. But it’s fun and for a quick desert it’s ok.

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  27. Melissa says:

    Wow i just wanted to read who made this and if it was a success i only read one comment and it worked……Thanks to that 1 person. The rest just don’t bother commenting and unsubscribe if you have nothing nice to write.

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