////{Heavenly!} Raspberry Meringue Torte Recipe

{Heavenly!} Raspberry Meringue Torte Recipe

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raspberry meringue torte recipe

There are not a lot of treats that are sweeter nor lighter than a crisp and chewy meringue. Pair them with luscious berry mousse and you have the perfect summertime dessert. Tessa Huff here, from Tessa Huff Cake Design, and I have a secret to share: I love meringue. Use it to create silky smooth buttercream, whip it to make the perfect macaron, or bake it by itself. This Meringue Torte Recipe layers baked meringue cookies with fluffy raspberry mousse and sweet apricot filling to create heavenly individual desserts.

raspberry meringue torte recipe


raspberry meringue torte recipe


(makes about 6 mini tortes)

– 3 egg whites
– 3/4 cups granulated sugar
– pinch salt
– pinch cream of tartar


– 1 cup heavy whipping cream
– 1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract
– 2 tablespoons raspberry puree or preserves


1. Preheat oven to 200 degree.  Prepare sheet pans with parchment paper.
2. Place egg whites and sugar in a heat-proof bowl of an electric mixer.  Whisk to combine.
3. Place bowl over a double boiler.  Heat egg mixture until warm.
4. Once heated, remove the bowl from the double boiler and fit back onto the electric mixer.  Using the whisk attachment, beat egg mixture on high until cool (about 7 minutes).
5. Fit a pastry bag with a medium star tip.  Fill the bag with the meringue and pipe swirls onto the parchment.  Each swirl should be disk-like and about 2 1/2- 3 inches in diameter.
6. Bake meringues for about 1 hour and 45 minutes.  When done, the outsides should be completely dry and crisp, with a chewy center.


1. Place cream in the bowl of an electric mixer.  Turn mixer on high.
2. While mixing, add in the vanilla.  Continue until medium peaks form.
3. In a separete bowl, combine the raspberries and a couple tablespoons of the whipped cream.
4. Carefully fold in the raspberry mixture into the rest of the cream


1. Match 3 meringue disks that are similar in size to create your individual tortes.
2. Place raspberry mousse in a pastry bag fitted with a medium round top.  Pipe a ring of mousse on the meringue.
3. Spoon a teaspoon of apricot preserves into the middle of the mousse ring.
4. Top with another meringue and repeat.  Place third meringue on top.

raspberry meringue torte recipe


By |2014-05-09T12:21:05+00:00June 10th, 2013|Sweets|

About the Author:

Tessa Huff is a cake designer, specialty chef, and event stylist. Huff has always perceived pastry as edible art and had been quite the artist herself since a very young age. She began studying ballet and performance art at age four, and continued dancing into her early twenties. Huff has always been involved in music and theatre, and has a great appreciation for art in all of its forms.  After receiving her Bachelor of Arts degree in Communication from the University of California, Davis, she decided to turn her passion of the culinary arts into a career.

After owning the custom cake boutique, The Frosted Cake Shop, Huff has been busy exploring all aspects of food, photography, and design. She values quality ingredients and challenges herself to use a variety of fresh flavors and textures to create unique sweet and savory pairings. In addition to pastry, Huff is known for her realistic sugar flowers, figures, and sculpted cake toppers. Beyond cakes, Huff loves to style events and create custom dessert tables to showcase individual pastries, homemade candies, and more. She enjoys entertaining and believes that the beauty of a dessert not only lies in the design, but in the display as well. You can her find her most recent work in her portfolio

Huff recently moved from her hometown in Northern California to Vancouver, BC. She is currently expanding her recipe box, polishing her photography skills, a blogging about her new culinary and crafting adventures. In addition to HWTM, you may follow her monthly contributions on Best Friends for Frosting, Bird’s Party, and Half Baked: The Cake Blog. Look out for her work in the upcoming book ”Frostings,” by Courtney Whitmore, this summer. 


  1. CTW June 10, 2013 at 1:59 pm

    Where did u purchase the pink parchment paper?

  2. @designroundup June 10, 2013 at 2:07 pm

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