GF, DF Poppy Seed Meringue Cookies


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The addition of ground poppy seeds to the meringue adds not only an irresistible nutty flavour, but also gives these cookies a chewy consistency. You can replace poppy seeds with hazelnuts or walnuts. They are easy to make, naturally gluten free and just need 4 ingredients.

  • 90 g Egg whites
  • 1 tsp Vanilla paste
  • 150 g Raw sugar
  • 200 g Ground poppy seeds
  • Almond sticks for coating, optional
  1. Beat the egg whites and vanilla paste to soft peaks. Slowly beat in the raw sugar in 3-4 additions until the meringue looks light, shiny and fluffy.
  2. Gently fold in the ground poppy seeds until the mixture is well combined and forms a relatively firm paste.
  3. Shape the mixture into balls, about 28-30 balls, and roll in the almond sticks. Place them onto baking trays lined with baking paper. Gently flatten them a little.
  4. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Bake for 15-18 minutes until lightly browned. Let rest on the trays for 5 minutes before transferring to a wire rack to cool completely. Store in an airtight container for up to a week.

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47 comments:

Nancy Chan 3/2/20 06:35

Poppy seeds cookies look great. Wish I could taste them.

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Natalia 3/2/20 08:46

Wow,so unique, they look fantastic!

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Evi Erlinda 3/2/20 09:52

This meringue is really taste of heaven!

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Whats Cookin Italian Style Cuisine 3/2/20 12:07

oustanding photo shoot with these marvelous yummy cookies! WOW

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Roz | La Bella Vita Cucina 3/2/20 12:39

What a beautiful combination with meringue! Gorgeous photos make these cookies all the more enticing!

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Mae Travels 3/2/20 13:08

Poppy seeds have a great flavor! I love them on bagels, so this looks like a great idea.

best... mae at maefood.blogspot.com

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Balvinder 3/2/20 16:32

These look so delicious, Angie! I make poppy seed halwa but the seeds I have are white.

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Savor the Best-Pat 3/2/20 20:53

Angie, these look fabulous! Poppy seeds have such an interesting flavor so I can just imagine how lovely these meringue cookies taste. Especially with a cup of coffee!

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Gloria Baker 3/2/20 23:54

I love poppy seeds in cookies, looks delicious !!

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savorthebest 4/2/20 01:16

I love meringue cookies! These sound extra delicious with poppy seeds.

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tigerfish 4/2/20 04:30

I don't think I have tried any cookies or bakes with such pure flavors of poppy seeds.

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Valentina 4/2/20 05:59

Angie, I'm so excited about these cookies! I have a poppy seed grinder that I've only used once. (And I've had it for 10+ years!) Can't wait to make these!! :-) ~Valentina

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Nammi 4/2/20 07:19

wow. I was wondering why its black . Very curious how it tastes.

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Julie 4/2/20 07:44

cookies look so good and nutty with poppy seeds in it..perfect with a cup of black tea :)

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Medeja 4/2/20 11:19

Yumm! I love everything with poppy seed!

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Ola 4/2/20 14:46

They just look perfect!

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foodtravelandwine 4/2/20 16:25

I love poppy seeds!....I imagine them as soft and nutty....fantastic!!.....Abrazotes, Marcela

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fimere 4/2/20 21:26

le look est magnifique
bonne soirée

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Fran @ Gday Souffle 5/2/20 04:47

Wow, your photo styling makes these cookies look like they were found on a treasure chest- they must certainly taste good!

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Droolsss 5/2/20 09:24

Wow...lovely clicks and they sound really healthy too!

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Sherry's Pickings 5/2/20 13:02

such an interesting idea with poppy seeds. delicious i'm sure! i really like poppy seeds so i'm sure these would go down well. cheers sherry

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Debra Eliotseats 5/2/20 14:41

These look so chewey. Love your photos, as always.

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Marissa 5/2/20 20:44

I can't believe how simple these are to make! Love the flavor profile!

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Królowa Karo 6/2/20 00:26

They look really great! Perfect addition to aromatic coffee!

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Juliana 6/2/20 00:58

These cookies are loaded with poppy seeds...they look amazing...would love to try a couple of them. Hope you are having a great week Angie!

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judee 6/2/20 04:49

Looks like a very interesting and tasty cookie . I'm always on the look out for gluten free cookie recipes. Thank you..

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Jeff the Chef 6/2/20 05:44

You've got to be kidding me! I love the back and tan color. What a great meringue.

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All That I'm Eating 6/2/20 13:48

I've never tried a meringue cookie, what a great idea, they look brilliant.

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 6/2/20 15:53

I love things poppy seed and nuts! These look delicious, Angie, and so unique!

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Reeni 7/2/20 00:10

They are so unique Angie! I love anything with poppy seeds - I bet these are wonderful.

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Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 7/2/20 02:45

What fun meringue cookies! Love the combination of textures with the meringue cookies and almond covered exterior. So yummy!

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 7/2/20 21:06

Oooo I bet these are delicious with the poppy seeds!!

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mjskit 8/2/20 20:11

WOW! These are easy to make. About how many eggs is 90g of egg whites? These are just too easy not to make.

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Iwona 8/2/20 20:44

So delicious :) I love poppy seeds :)

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 9/2/20 04:28

These cookies are awesome Angie, I bet they would go great with my morning coffee.

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yonosoymillenium 9/2/20 08:31

nunca había visto unas galletas similares, que interesantes.

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Isabell's Kitchen 9/2/20 17:59

Such a great idea! I love poppy seeds!

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Chitz 12/2/20 06:02

Looks beautiful & healthy.. This is something new to me of using black poppy seeds :)

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Evelyne CulturEatz 12/2/20 14:18

Oh wow, love the color they give to. Nice work on the photoshoot!

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Vicki Bensinger 13/2/20 16:57

These look so interesting. I don't think I've ever seen anything like them. Did you love the way they tasted?

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Kelly | Foodtasia 14/2/20 02:31

Angie, such wonderful cookies! You never cease to amaze me!

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Suja Manoj 14/2/20 02:44

Unique cookies, such a great idea, love it

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Noob Cook 25/2/20 05:11

They look gorgeous with the dark theme photography. Your bakes always look fab.

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