DIY Macarons

I’m in love with macarons. Ever since I’ve discovered Laduree I’ve been addicted to these babies. I’ve tried macarons from other places, some were good too but others disappoint. They can be pricey apiece so when you buy, you want them to meet your macaron standards. And Laduree sets the bar high.

Great thing for me, my little sis is a chef so I managed to convince her to help me make macarons. Rose flavor~my favorite. I told her I’d be blogging about it so I would need to take pictures as we go along the process. And since this is my blog, I would be the one making them and she would just be assisting me.

Of course by the time we are in step 3, I was impatient for the finished product. With my attention span, patience and all, my sister had to take over and I assisted her photo-wise :p

The result is amazing! I can see us opening a macaron shop and I’ll be rich!…I mean we. Lol Anyways below are the photos of our macaron-making day. I planned to write down the recipe for you but since it looked complicated for me I’ll just urge you to google it 😀 Hashtags will help?! 😀 xo

Start here

Start here

Me helping...

Me helping…

Jumping steps and into the oven

Jumping steps and into the oven

Ta~daa! The finished product

Ta~daa! The finished product

Me enjoying my macarons. Afternoon tea at home :)

Me enjoying my macarons. Afternoon tea at home 🙂

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About Dolce Diana

| Domestic Goddess in the making | Ex-Flight Attendant Extraordinaire | Expat in Dubai | Fi-Wi | Scorpio | Traveler and Tourist in one | Recovering Shopaholic | Loves Shoes like Imelda | Collector of Memories | Lover of Life |

Posted on April 28, 2013, in Rituels de The and tagged , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.

  1. Pinay Flying High

    That’s awesome! I’m not a fan of sweets in general but I did like the macarons of Laduree. It was served to us during one of our meetings with the tourism board of Paris and to make the long story short, I have about a dozen of half-eaten macaroons of different flavors in my area. As I wanted to try it all but have no inkling of finishing one off. :p

    • Oooh a dozen Laduree macarons sounds like heaven to me! Would have licked the plate clean!:))))) I like ur Paris posts…I need to go back to Paris sooooon! One of my fave cities.

  2. I love LADUREE!! 🙂 You must go to the one in Harrods when you’re here next. Its divine!
    Macaroons are a must! 🙂 Looks yummy!!

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