Do you hate fragile, thin shells that shatter the moment you pick one up to eat?
Do you feel your soul shriveling at the sight of hollow shells?
Well I’ve finally discovered the not-so-secret way to prevent either events from happening ever again with this new recipe.
Continue reading New Macaron Recipe (Laduree) – Review
I actually have two marshmallow fluff recipes; a simple one with just three ingredients and one that has a few more ingredients and steps. The first one, with three ingredients, is delicious, soft, and fluffy. The second marshmallow recipe kind of reminds me more of the real thing. It’s a much stickier, gooey, fluffiness. Both taste great!
These s’mores macarons have graham cracker shells with a fluffy marshmallow and chocolate ganache filling. I replaced some of the almond flour with crushed up graham crackers to get that real s’mores taste. This has probably got to be my favorite macaron to date!
This simple but delicious chocolate filling goes beautifully with macarons. The dark chocolate’s bitterness cuts through some of the sweetness from the macaron shells making it a perfect pairing. Another plus is that this recipe is so simple that my cat could make it. It also doesn’t take much time either which is an absolute relief after slaving away for the macaron shells. I usually lose my steam after making the shells so this is always a great go-to recipe to fill them.
Happy St. Patrick’s Day!
Today’s a fabulous day for those who love green such as myself. I baked these bright, shamrock-green, mint chocolate macarons to celebrate this occasion. In an attempt to make my macarons more festive than just coloring them green, I decided to try my hand at piping out shells in the shape of shamrocks. Unfortunately, my subpar piping skills were no match for the job. After piping out my nth pitiful, unrecognizable blob, I abandoned my dream of creating shamrock shelled macarons. Not being able to pipe out identifiable shamrocks wasn’t the only problem. From the excitement of the possibility in creating something other than circular shells, I had forgotten that these “shamrock” shells that I was piping out needed to be identical. I only realized this near the end of my dream. Then, feeling defiant, I tried to pipe out a few more in hopes that they’d look remotely similar. Nope.
So, I have here my unoriginally circular mint chocolate macarons. But they’re still yummy and come on, no one even remembers what shape this deliciousness was once it gets inhaled anyway.