These out-of-this-world meringues are fun, easy to make and great for parties! You won’t need to buy any fancy egg replacers, as this recipe uses the liquid from a can of chickpeas (known as aquafaba).
You can adjust the colours as you wish, or even use several at once. We went for a midnight blue colour, but pinks and purples would also work well. Read on for full directions.
- 170g of chickpea liquid (one can’s worth should be enough)
- 1/2 teaspoon cream of tartare
- 340g icing sugar
- Food colouring
- Whisk chickpea liquid in a large bowl until white and fluffy (an electric whisk is best!)
- Add cream of tartare and continue whisking.
- Add icing sugar, one tablespoon at a time, whisking continuously.
- Continue whisking until mixture is thick and fluffy.
- Turn a piping bag inside out, and paint one or two stripes of food colouring (in colours of your choice) from the pointy end of the bag to around halfway up.
- Turn bag inside out again and fill carefully with meringue mixture.
- Pipe meringues onto a lined baking tray. Don’t worry if they’re different shapes and sizes – every galaxy is different!
- Bake for 45 – 50 minutes at 100 degrees celsius.
- Remove from the oven and enjoy!
This recipe is based on this video by ‘Homemade’ on Facebook.
Let us know if you’ve tried making these cute aquafaba meringues. Light and crisp on the outside, and slightly chewy on the inside, they go down well with vegans and non-vegans alike!
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