faux chocolate maccarons

yesterday night my beautiful and sweet friend nina who loves to cook & bake just like me came over for a simple dinner, an extensive chat à deux and some baking. we made some faux chocolate maccarons filled with crème double and berries. delicious. i’m sorry, i’m in a bit of a hurry tonight; i’ve got to practice a little for tomorrow’s (quite big) trends presentation. thank you for reading! a sweet hello & a smile.
faux chocolate maccarons
adapted from donna hay
ingredients:
50 g flour
3 tbsp. chocolate powder
1 tsp. baking powder
1 pinch of salt
4 organic eggs
110 g sugar
50 butter, melted
250 ml crème double
150 g berries (we used raspberries and blueberries)
confectioner’s sugar for dusting
directions:
preheat the oven to 180 degrees. combine the flour with the chocolate powder and the baking powder. mix the eggs and the sugar for a few minutes until white-fluffy. fold in the flour-chocolate-mix continuously and the melted butter.
shape little pools of dough on the baking sheet (we used a pipe, though the batter was a little too liquid, we admit, so the pipe wasn’t really useful, cough. a spoon would do, we’re pretty sure). bake in the oven for 8-10 minutes. let cool entirely before removing. assemble the maccarons: spread a little double crème on the bottom part, add a few berries, cover with the lid part, dust with a bit of confectioner’s sugar. voilà. serve and enjoy.
  • 0

    Overall Score

  • Reader Rating: 0 Votes

You May Also Like