Macarons

I’m fairly certain I’ve never made a macaron.  They’re adorable, and I’m sure very tasty, but I think I’ve been intimidated.  Turns out, they aren’t as difficult as I assumed.  And I’ve been spelling it wrong.

Bakerella, queen of the cake pop, shares a simple recipe and pronunciation guide.  I’m pretty sure, when I make these, they’re going to have to be in multiple colors and no one is going to be allowed to eat them.

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Macarons don’t have to be edible to be fun either.  Tell me this isn’t the cutest coin purse ever?  The full tutorial is available at Craft Passion

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Felt French Macarons would be adorable little pincushions, and the kit from Etsy seller sweetemmajean comes with the pattern and enough felt to make 12 cookies.

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I’m off to the kitchen.  Or the sewing room.  Hmm….

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2 thoughts on “Macarons

    • Actually, these are French Macarons, which don’t necessarily contain coconut. I think that’s the difference in the spelling. I’m with you on the coconut though – I’m willing to add it to just about anything!

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