This week’s round up of marvellous macaron recipes have been put together by Emily who blogs at Emily’s Recipes & Reviews. Emily is a Leicestershire based food blogger who loves to explore restaurants and foodie happenings in the Midlands and beyond. In the kitchen, she likes to try out pasta making, macaron baking and Japanese inspired dishes. Win her over with a Bakewell tart and strong cup of Earl Grey.
Over to Emily…
Macarons. The cute and colourful confection that you’ll find gracing your social media feeds. Made with French or Italian meringue techniques, these delicate inventions can be piped with your favourite filling to create a bitesize treat. It was a tough job reading through these fabulous food blogger recipes for macarons, but someone had to do it…
- Mixing sweet Indian flavours and experimenting with baking with tea, these masala chai macarons from Angela of Patisserie Makes Perfect.
- Or if coffee is your signature drink, check out these magnificent mocha macarons from Twigg Studios.
- With stunning photography, SuperGoldenBakes has some seriously yummy looking double raspberry macarons in a delicious shade of pink.
- Rose, lavender and chamomile can be popular flavours too, as shown in these lovely floral French macarons from Aimee of Wallflower Girl.
- A gorgeous biscuity combination with chewy meringue – I present Andrea from Made With Pink’s Speculoos macarons!
- Explaining the French or Italian meringue method along with a killer chilli choc combo are these chilli chocolate macarons from Franglais Kitchen.
- For beginners, Maison Cupcake has developed some foolproof chocolate macarons to get you started.
- Or for a boozy take on the delectable treat, Roz of The Foodie Couple has created this recipe for Baileys macarons.
- Macarons don’t always have to be sweet either, as demonstrated in these savoury macaron ideas developed by Philip of Baking Fanatic.
- As a newbie macaron maker myself, I recently made these Nutella macarons – combining possibly two of the best things ever?
What is your favourite macaron flavour? Or the best ones you have ever tasted?