Ok, so you’ve just made a beautiful Creme Brulee or a batch of luscious homemade ice cream. So, what to do with all those left over eggs whites? Dont worry, I’ve got you covered.
Scroll through my collection of recipes that use all whites or more whites than yolks. All of these recipes use at least 2 extra egg whites.
Also, don’t forget that you can freeze your extra whites for later. Scroll to the bottom of that post for instructions on how to freeze egg whites.
Light as a feather, not too sweet, tender and moist Angel Food Cake is possible with the right ingredients and, especially, with the right technique. This recipe uses a dozen egg whites and no yolks.
This Chocolate Angel Food Cake is light as a feather and not too sweet. Cocoa adds chocolate-y flavor to this classic recipe. Learn which cocoa to use for the best color and flavor. This recipe uses a dozen egg whites and no yolks.
Meringue buttercream has the perfect balance of rich flavor from the butter, and lightness from the meringue. It’s not overly sweet and it can be flavored with an endless variety of add-ins. This recipe uses 5 egg whites and no yolks and it can be frozen until you're ready to use it.
I think these might be my favorite cookies ever! A lemon flavored French Macaron shell sandwiched with lemon buttercream and a dollop of Blueberry Lemon Preserves. This recipe uses 3 egg whites and no yolks.
Have you been afraid to make French macarons? I’ll show you exactly how the batter should look for macaron success and I’ll tell you about the special ingredient I use to get a bold strawberry flavor in the filling. The strawberry flavor is enhanced with an infusion of rosé wine. This recipe uses 3 egg whites and no yolks.
Got 10 minutes? Then all you need is four ingredients to make Chocolate Chip Coconut Macaroons. Tasty, easy, and as a bonus, gluten free! This recipe uses 3 egg whites and no yolks.
Have you ever taken a bite of a beautiful white cake only to be disappointed by it’s rubbery texture and bland taste? With the proper ingredients and mixing technique, White Cake can be soft and velvety with a perfect vanilla flavor. Yes, even from scratch in your very own kitchen it is possible to make a melt-in-your-mouth white cake. This recipe uses 6 whites and no yolks.
Velvety white cake is flavored with plenty of coconut rum syrup and is filled and iced with creamy coconut-rum frosting. This cake is as delicious as it is pretty. This recipe uses 6 whites and no yolks.
This is a super simple recipe for a meringue that’s stable enough to be piped into a variety of shapes. Use this recipe to make mushrooms for a Buche de Noel or baskets for an elegant dessert presentation. This recipe uses 3 whites and no yolks.
An elegant twist on the traditional pie – Pink Grapefruit Meringue Tart has luscious curd filling in a crisp crust and it’s topped with mounds of toasted meringue. This recipe uses 4 whites and no yolks.
Fill your Easter basket with these Coconut Macaroon Easter Eggs. The surprise passion fruit “yolk” makes these coconut Easter eggs are unlike any other macaroon cookie. This recipe uses 3 egg whites and no yolks.
Baileys Chocolate Macarons combine the classic French almond cookie with Baileys buttercream filling. Chocolate Macarons combined with Irish cream is an international match made in heaven! This recipe uses 3 egg whites and no yolks.
Delicate and delicious, French Macarons are really very special. I think Eggnog Macarons could be the perfect elegant addition to your holiday table, or you can box them up and give them as gifts. This recipe uses 3 egg whites and no yolks.
Homemade Sunflower & Apricot Granola bars are a nutritious and delicious treat that you can enjoy for breakfast or as a snack. This recipe is abundant with healthy ingredients like sunflower seeds, sunflower butter, pecans, oats and protein-rich egg whites. This recipe uses 2 whites and no yolks.
Peppermint Roulade is a cake that thinks it’s a candy cane. A red & white striped sponge-cake-roll is filled with white chocolate-peppermint cream and chunks of crushed candy canes. This recipe uses 8 whites and no yolks.
Homemade marshmallows are in another league from store bought. Fresh mint leaves give these marshmallows a lovely natural flavor and color. This recipe uses 2 whites and no yolks.