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Sweet food made from a mixture of well-beaten egg whites and sugar, baked until crisp and typically used as a topping for desserts, especially pies.
Individual meringues are often filled with fruit or whipped cream.
Espumilla is a light and fluffy meringue dessert that is especially popular in Ecuador, although it can also be found in Venezuela, Colombia, Nicaragua, Cuba, and Guatemala.
It typically consists of egg whites, sugar, water.
Many fruits can also be used, such as lemon, banana, mango, raspberry, and blackberry.
Once prepared, espumilla is traditionally served in ice cream cones and topped with sprinkles, shredded coconut, or blackberry syrup called arrope de mora.
In Ecuador, espumillas are usually sold by street vendors, although this refreshing dessert might also be made at home.