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  • Danielle Boudreau

    Easy French Macarons Recipe - gluten free

  • Marlene Copithorne

    Easy French Macarons Recipe | Cooking | How To | Martha Stewart Recipes (I'm sorry for all the macaron pins. I'm obsessed)

  • Brianna

    These French sandwich cookies seem like quite the task, but with a few simple tricks, you'll be an expert in no time -- Easy French Macarons Recipe -- Finally!

  • Just Hatched

    Easy and oh, so sweet: Easy French Macarons! #babyshower #dessert

  • letterbyletter

    Easy French Macarons Recipe / everyday foods

  • Jennifer Dullas-Bowers

    Easy french macaroons These French sandwich cookies seem like quite the task, but with a few simple tricks, you'll be an expert in no time.

  • Deanna Davis
    Deanna Davis • 1 year ago

    This recipe really underestimates the time involved. The setting time for macarons is at least 90 minutes. Mine collapsed last year when I attempted it using these timings.

  • Louisa Smith
    Louisa Smith • 1 year ago

    I make these professionally. There's no need to let them set for 90 minutes. Mine set for about 15-30, and I've baked them without letting them set before, when pressed for time. However, this recipe is basically useless because it relies on volume measurements, not weight. Macarons are fussy. If you want to make them, you must have a scale, and use a recipe based on weight for all ingredients.

  • Deanna Davis
    Deanna Davis • 1 year ago

    Louisa - is there a recipe you'd recommend? I'd like to try this again.

  • Louisa Smith
    Louisa Smith • 1 year ago

    Try the recipe in this post: http://notsohumblepie.blogs... The real trick is in learning exactly what consistency you're aiming for. It's easy to overmix, so be conservative.

  • Deanna Davis
    Deanna Davis • 1 year ago

    Looks like a great one - I've pinned it :)

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