We are huge fans of Macarons, not to be confused with Macaroons, and you can make them in every color and flavor under the sun!
Today we’re excited to share how to make Macarons with a youtube video that has been viewed over 6 million times. The Creator says her recipe is failproof and foolproof and the results are delicious!
Once you become proficient in bakingMacarons, you can try your hand at recreating this gorgeous Macaron Tower.
They make a perfect centerpiece on your party table. They are a particular favorite at weddings, baby showers, or birthdays. It’s easy to see why people love them!
Popular Macaron Flavors
via Cendrine Bakes
Before we move onto the Foolproof Macaron Recipe, let’s look at some of the flavors that you can make.
This Infographic from Cendrine Bakes has some lovely ideas. You can choose from Almond-Raspberry, Lavender-Honey, Pineapple, Mint-White Chocolate, or Blueberry Cheesecake.
via Beth’s Entertaining
- Raspberry Butter Cream
- 1/4 cup salted butter (60g)
- 3/4 cup powdered sugar (75 g)
- 1 cup (150g) fresh raspberries
Macarons Recipe Video Tutorial
via Entertaining With Beth
Are you ready to learn the art of perfect Macarons?
Beth is on standby to show us how to make her famous recipe. In order to achieve the best results, we highly recommend that you view the video. To watch, click Play above ^
Foolproof Macaron Recipe
Bake your Macarons in a preheated oven – 300F (150C).
Your egg whites should be room temperature and it’s a good idea to give them an egg freshness test prior to using them.
The trick to making your eggs room temperature is to submerge them in warm water for about 5 minutes.
Apparently, according to Beth, as your Macarons bake, the color tends to fade. She says to make them a few shades darker.
Getting your consistency right is vital when it comes to ensuring a perfect result. If you under-mix your ingredients, you could end up with lumpy and cracked macarons.
It’s equally important that you don’t over mix your ingredients either.
What Makes The Perfect Macaron?
via Entertaining With Beth
The mark of a well-made macaron, according to Beth is 65-75 turns of your spatula when folding.
She says this is about the right amount of time that results in the perfect result.
Food Coloring Chart
As you can see by this Food Coloring Chart From Queen you can basically create any color under the sun when it comes to your macarons. There are lots of excellent tints that you can choose from.
All you need to do is add the recommended quantity of drops to one cup of buttercream.
How To Make Macarons Recipe
As mentioned earlier in our post, Entertaining With Beth is the recipe creator. She has made a post on her website that is comprehensive and will answer all your most frequently asked questions. You can find all the details here.