Vanilla Heart-Shaped Meringues filled with Cranberries

Vanilla Heart-Shaped Meringues filled with Cranberries

July 13th 2011By Joy of Kosher




June 26th 2011By Chef Laura Frankel

This gorgeous layered dessert is light and refreshing. I make the meringue layers in individual sized discs so my guests can each have their own dessert. The meringue can easily be made into larger layers and the dessert can be assembled as a larger torte. Similar to an ice box cake, this dessert sets up in the freezer and can be made several days ahead of serving.


Pavlova with Greek Yogurt

Pavlova with Greek Yogurt

February 6th 2014By Shifra Klein

This is an awesome way to enjoy Greek yogurt. Pavlova is a meringue dessert which is traditionally filled with whipped cream and fresh fruit. Change things up a bit and fill with Greek yogurt for a tangy and rich-tasting option. The Greek yogurt complements the sweet meringue perfectly. You can also have fun with this dessert and use flavored Greek yogurt. We used vanilla and paired it with fresh fruit, and paired the light coffee Greek yogurt with crushed chocolate sandwich cookies.


Mixed Nut Chocolate Torte


Mix ‘N Match Passover Desserts

passover desserts mix and match

March 15th 2013By Chaya Friedman


Meringue Magic for Passover


April 11th 2011By Rachelle Ferneau

Meringues, the baked beaten-egg-white-and-sugar confection, are light and versatile and make the perfect dessert for Passover:  they require only a few, readily-found ingredients, they do not use matza meal which aids in their lightness and renders them non-gebrokts, and they can be flavored in a variety of ways so that they don’t get boring throughout the week-long holiday.


Ginger Cream Meringue Sandwiches

almond cookies meringue

March 9th 2015By PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese

Two meringue cookies are sandwiched together with a sweet cream cheese filling.


Flourless Chocolate Cake with Meringue Topping


Chocolate Meringue Stars with Raspberry Sauce

Chocolate Meringue Stars with Raspberry Sauce

June 27th 2011By Jamie Geller

Next to Macaroons, I think meringues are probably the most inherently Pesach-friendly dessert you will find. I love when we can take a year-round favorite, and not worry about making special adjustments. Fold in some cocoa powder and serve with a dipping sauce (made from jam and lemon juice) and upgrade these to a fab closer of your holiday meal.


Blueberry Meringue Tart


March 7th 2011By admin


4 Pesach Desserts Better Than a Bakery

passover desserts

March 20th 2013By Joy of Kosher