Friday, October 28, 2011

Bite on this: DD Friendly: Raspberry Rose Meringues

Hello Lovelies! I hope you have had a wonderful day. I discovered something phenomenal today, something that made me supper dupper happy. Ever get something like that? Well, my happiness comes from DIAPER CREAM. Sounds totally weird right? About two months ago I tried a product and my skin was ok but the next day after I used my usual facial regimen, my skin was terrible! It was irritated, red, and super dry. I was horrified! I never had this sort of problem before. So I tried a few hypoallergenic creams here and there but nothing helped! So anyway, earlier today I was babysitting and thought; if it helps a baby’s bottom, it should help my face. I went to the store and I bought a tube and applied it after rinsing my face. My skin feels awesome!

On to a different topic: Raspberry Rose Meringues SF
My inspiration came from Sweetapolita. I followed the recipe exactly except for when it calls for 1/4c sugar; I substituted with 2 T of Splenda. This was a hit with my parents but my siblings thought it was “just ok”. I was aiming for a “Wow” or “MMM!” effect. If I had dark chocolate, I’m pretty sure they would have been better coated on the bottom. These Meringues were fun to make, it got pretty messy. Have you tried making them before? How did they turn out?

I hope you enjoyed my post! Goodnight!   

P.S. Since you asked, here is the recipe; enjoy! 

3 large egg whites
pinch of salt
1 package (3 ounces) SUGAR FREE Jell-O (I used raspberry but you can use a different flavor)
2 Tablespoons Splenda or other sweetener of your choice
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
* Remember to beat the eggs until fluffy then add the salt, splenda, jell-o and vanilla. Beat for 5 min. Bake at 200F for 2 hours and leave in oven overnight.


  1. They are beautiful. I make chocolate meringues all the time. I've never tried using a pastry bag. I will try it next time.

  2. Thank you! Chocolate sounds amazing, I will try to make some. I used a star tip for the pastry bag and made two circles. All of mine looked different because I used different amount of pressures and speed. Thank you for commenting!

  3. can you post the recipie so i can share with my freinds thank you

  4. Yes, I updated it on the blog.