Hi I am Cheryl Najafi with Everyday Dishes and today we are going to make
a Gluten-Free Berry Meringue Dessert. I can’t wait! [ Up-Beat Music ] Start with four egg whites
in the bowl of a stand mixer with the whisk attachment. Add 1 teaspoon of lemon juice. Start slowly and gradually increase speed
until the egg whites form a soft peak. Sprinkle in a half a cup of super fine granulated sugar. Don’t add all of it at the same time
or it’ll cause your egg whites to deflate. When the whites first start to get glossy add
2 teaspoons of cornstarch and 1 teaspoon of vanilla and continue to whip on high
until you reach stiff glossy peaks. Spray a baking sheet with cooking spray. Using a two and three quarter inch cookie
or biscuit cutter as a guide trace 12 circles on a piece of
half sheet sized parchment paper. You don’t want your marker or pencil
to get in the meringue so turn the paper over and then line it
on your baking sheet. Pipe the meringue onto the parchment paper
using the circles as a guide. Follow the circle around
making three passes on the outside edge to form a bowl for your pudding and fruit
to sit in after it bakes. Place the meringue into a 250 degree oven
and bake for 1 hour. About 1 hour before you’re ready to serve your dessert place 2 tablespoons of apricot preserves, a pinch of salt 2 teaspoons of lime juice and water
into a small sized bowl. Chop up any large pieces of fruit in the preserves,
stir to combine, and warm it in the microwave. Allow the mixture to cool completely then had one pint of diced strawberries and
two diced kiwi into the bowl and stir to fully coat and let the fruit macerate in the fridge for around
20 minutes to an hour. When the meringue is completely cool, fill the cavity with 2 cups of vanilla pudding or whipped cream. A piping bag or zip lock bag
will make this process super easy. Now top your meringue cups with the glazed fruit and serve this yummy dip immediately. This dessert is so super easy, but look at the payoff it is so worth every step. Mmm… I love it. So for more tips, tricks, and
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