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[Homemade] S’mores Macarons /r/all

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u/malphreak Sep 25 '22

S'macarons.

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

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u/Rektifium Sep 25 '22

S'maceroons, not a legitimate currency in the following countries: all of them

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u/WhyRUTalking4231 Sep 25 '22

I think these would be of considerably more value than the legitimate currency in MANY countries.

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u/DominarJames Sep 25 '22

Well that just means we need a revolution

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u/eblamo Sep 25 '22

¡Viva la S'macarons!

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u/micksandals Sep 25 '22

Don't confuse macarons with macaroons.

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u/J662b486h Sep 25 '22

It negatively impacts the economy when the currency tastes better than most of the things you can buy with it.

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u/ImproperJon Sep 25 '22

oh, this is the beginning of the end, huh.

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u/xkoreotic Sep 25 '22

I'm glad someone in the world had the exact train of thought as me

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u/colder-beef Sep 25 '22

There are at least 7 of us.

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u/BestFrenzy Sep 25 '22

7‽ How about 8‽

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u/VIPERxVENOM68 Sep 25 '22

How about 9

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u/PartyKrill Sep 25 '22

Came to say that

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u/jasetin Sep 25 '22

damn, beat me to it

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

Haha I bet you're more annoyed than that comment suggests ..

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u/Sodapopa Sep 25 '22

Beat meat to it

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u/Laxander03 Sep 25 '22

S’macarons are a girl scout cookie from over the hedge

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u/6ixWatt Sep 25 '22

Sh’macorons*

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u/browneyedgirl65 Sep 25 '22

I have made macrons so I know how much blood sweat and tears go into those things, and I'm impressed. Love the flavor choice!

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

Thank you 🙂 pumpkin pie is up next (in a month or so).

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u/Ice3irdy Sep 25 '22

During Christmas last year I did sugar plum macs and hot cocoa with marshmallow, I sell them to coworkers and customers on my ups route! Did pecan pie and sweet potato pie last thanksgiving. Those smacs look perfect!!

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u/Raffe1911 Sep 25 '22

Ahhh that's inspired me to start baking some soon once the humidity goes down in my area!! I love those flavor ideas.

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u/Ice3irdy Sep 26 '22

The sugar plum was delicious and I used a red sugar plum jelly for some of the filling. Humidity is such a pain! My wife and I moved here to Wyoming 10 yrs ago and I started making them again when we moved here, all my recipes (baking) had to be adapted because of the elevation. Would love to hear some flavors anyone else did!! Let’s make a sub with just Mac flavors and recipes

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u/Raffe1911 Sep 26 '22

One of my favorites I've done was a salted Caramel buttercream filling and then Caramel drizzled on top of the macaron and while the drizzle was still tacky I stuck cracker Jack's to it. They were so tasty.

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u/FelineWishes Sep 25 '22

That all sounds so amazing!

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u/U2_man Sep 25 '22

Can we be friends ?

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u/VIPERxVENOM68 Sep 25 '22

We can all be friends

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u/Morbid__6angel Sep 25 '22

Hello, marry me please.

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u/6ixWatt Sep 25 '22

May I suggest carrot cake?

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u/northboundcentreriot Sep 25 '22

I never understood how these are difficult. What specifically? I've made them 3 times and each time they were pretty successful

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u/XJDenton Sep 25 '22

Visually perfect macarons are hard. Nice tasting macarons are easy.

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u/northboundcentreriot Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Honestly visually it's not hard for me, what I have trouble with is the cream. The first time I made them I just did a blueberry/raspberry white chocolate, the second and third I did Russian cream and it just melted.

Go into anywhere that sells them and they have a nice thick and even sometimes solid cream on the middle that doesn't melt

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u/browneyedgirl65 Sep 25 '22

See, I lucked out and my first two attempts were perfect. And since then... no. So hard to get the shells to look right >.<

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u/a1b1no Sep 25 '22

And they lasted 5 seconds after this click! 🤣

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u/becelav Sep 25 '22

My gf made over 150 for her nieces quinceañera.

They were a huge success.

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

So you didn’t see her for a year then? Lol I cannot imagine how long that took her.

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u/becelav Sep 25 '22

Lol it took her like 4 hours to make all the shells, her sister came down to visit and help

Then she filled and painted them friday morning and was done in like 4 hours.

I bought her a second kitchen aid and mats a while ago and they came in handy. I look at her and idk how she does it, she thrives in chaos I guess.

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u/mrhassu2 Sep 25 '22

I made Adam Ragusea's recipe and they were so simple. If you don't think too much about the appereance then they're pretty easy.

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u/R3dsnow75 Sep 25 '22

you made Emmanuel Macron?

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u/KushKat29 Sep 25 '22

The first thing I thought was Krabby patty

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

You’ll never get my secret formula >_>

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u/KushKat29 Sep 25 '22

:0

Curse you Krabs!!!

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u/Afjab Sep 25 '22

All ingredients are edibles?

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u/coletav Sep 25 '22

Wow! They look delish!

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

Thank you!

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u/fat_louie_58 Sep 25 '22

Can I have one? Lol

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

Do you live around Denver?

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u/mgmw2424 Sep 25 '22

On my way now 😋

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u/Captain_Chicago Sep 25 '22

Yo just got to Lakewood for the week can I try one?

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u/godfatherinfluxx Sep 25 '22

I can have my dad pick one up and mail it to me if that's alright.

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u/indicaindy Sep 25 '22

In foco and would pay an absurd amount of American dollars for a half dozen. Or even one.

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u/PM_ME_UR_HIP_DIMPLES Sep 25 '22

Based on my experience at Botega Louie there would run me about $600

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

It seems I need to start a business

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u/Spentacular13 Sep 25 '22

I’ve been wanting to make macaroons since I’m addicted to them but I’ve heard it’s tough. Yours look perfect!

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

Give them a try. Practice makes perfect 🙂

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u/VIPERxVENOM68 Sep 25 '22

Practice always makes perfect. Keep going

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u/ElMostaza Sep 25 '22

I have a weird question. What do you like about macarons?

They look and sound like exactly the kind of thing I'd love, but I've hated each one I've tried. Based on their popularity, I have assumed each time that I must've gotten a bad batch...again.

So far I've tried four or five times, all different flavors, all from different bakeries, and each time the macarons have been the precisely worst combination of stale, dry, crumbly, and sticky. When I bite in, the outer part breaks like an egg shell, revealing the "buns" are hollow. The "filling" is always a dry, crumbly crust that sticks to the back of my teeth when it gets wet in my mouth. I think one blackberry macaron maybe also had a thin layer of stale jelly along with the normal stale crust filling.

Anyway, I'm just trying to figure out whether I've had really bad luck in finding decent macarons or if I'm just a crazy person who just hates something that, on paper, I should really love.

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u/newslgoose Sep 25 '22

I’m gonna go ahead and say you’ve mainly had bad luck with macarons. I’ve literally bought packs from the grocery store that have been nicer than what you’re describing. Not to say you’d definitely enjoy good ones, but “hollow buns” and “crumbly filling” is not at all how I would describe a good macaron. For starters macaron shells aren’t supposed to be hollow, if they are they’re incorrectly made. The outside does crack like a shell, but inside should be soft and chewy. The filling is normally ganache, which I’ve never experienced a dry or crumbly ganache. Sounds like maybe they were filled with buttercream? Which is fine, but not what I would go for

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u/AbbeyRoadMoonwalk Sep 25 '22

I’m with you. I think I like the aesthetic more than the flavor.

That said, I will still try one every time. I would definitely try a s’mores one!

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u/fluffyscone Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

I only eat high quality macarons and I have to say that you have to try the higher quality one choose a normal flavor. Vanilla, coffee, chocolate, etc. The outside texture should be crispy and inside soft and chewy (after 1 day it taste noticeably different each day it sits the more different and stale it taste). They don’t taste good by day 3 in the fridge. The filling should be very light and soft (melts in your mouth but with a blast of flavor if it’s hard it’s probably not fresh or not good filling ). They also should not be overwhelming sweet just lightly sweet. If you tried the high quality ones and you don’t like it than you don’t like it. I love macarons but the price is too expensive for me to eat it often. I eaten them in France and in the city I live they taste the same. There’s one place near me and they only makes macarons and sell it to other restaurants and hotels. If you find a specialty place that makes speciality pastry that’s where you try them.

I also tried making them and I want to say I hate them. I can not get them to look good and fillings recipe I use don’t taste good either.

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u/shadmere Sep 25 '22

I mean, I often buy low quality (presumably) macarons from grocery stores and such, and while they're not as good as the good ones, they're not hollow.

And I don't even understand how the filling could be described as a 'crust' or 'crumbly.'

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u/fluffyscone Sep 25 '22

Old buttercream? Or bad filling. I have actually tried something similar to what op said before and it’s from grocery’s store macaron. It was more like a fake manufactured preserved macaron than what good macaroon taste.

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u/Obliterators Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

So far I've tried four or five times, all different flavors, all from different bakeries, and each time the macarons have been the precisely worst combination of stale, dry, crumbly, and sticky. When I bite in, the outer part breaks like an egg shell, revealing the "buns" are hollow. The "filling" is always a dry, crumbly crust that sticks to the back of my teeth when it gets wet in my mouth. I think one blackberry macaron maybe also had a thin layer of stale jelly along with the normal stale crust filling.

Sounds like you've had some really bad luck with macarons. Hollow shells is one of the most common and dreaded signs that some parts of the macaron making process were done incorrectly. If the shells are dry and flaky, that means they weren't rested properly; macarons need to rest 24-48 hours before being eaten, this allows the shells to absorb moisture from the air and the filling and develop a moist and chewy texture. That's probably why they were also sticky, the dry shell reacts with saliva and becomes a sticky mess. And the filling, like buttercream, ganache, curd or jam, shouldn't be dry at all.

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u/LogMeOutScotty Sep 25 '22

My god, I’ve finally found my macaron soulmate.

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u/Cat-in-a-small-box Sep 25 '22

To throw in my two cents - yeah, I don’t really fancy store bought macarons. Especially fancier flavors often taste soapy and even basic ones leave a weird aftertaste.

However, I‘ve made my one on multiple occasions and they are amazing. Very different from the store bought ones. If you‘d like, I can look for the recipe I use and give it to you.

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u/ElMostaza Sep 25 '22

I've only bought them from pastry shops. Not sure if that's what you meant by "store bought."

Either way, it's obvious from the responses that I still haven't tried a quality macaron. Definitely happy to try your recipe, if it's not too much trouble!

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u/Cat-in-a-small-box Sep 26 '22

Store bought includes ones from pastry shops, even those my family thinks are the best macarons in Paris.

Ingredients: 280 g (about 2 1/4 cups) powdered sugar 160 g (about 1 cup) almond flour (you can also use hazelnut flour instead, the taste and consistency will be slightly less refined though) 3 egg whites A pinch of salt 55g (little more then a 1/4 cup) white fine sugar 1 teaspoon of vanilla sugar (or a bit more sugar and vanilla powder or paste) For the filling (scale up for more filling in each macaron): 100g (about 3,5oz )of dark (70%) chocolate (don’t take cheap chocolate, it should taste good even on its own.) 80ml (1/3 cup) of cream

Sieve the powdered sugar and carefully mix with the almond flour.

Whip the egg whites till they are a white foam, slowly add the salt, the white sugar and the vanilla sugar while wipping. Carefully add a bit of the almond/powdered sugar and mix gently, as to not disturb the foam. Repeat until everything is mixed.

Line a baking sheet with parchment paper (they stick like the devil, so even if you use silicone forms or anything, line them or use grease). Take a icing/piping bag or two teaspoons and start to make small (ca 2 cm, 1 inch) dots with the batter. Don’t put them too close, they will get bigger. Let the dots rest for half an hour at room Temperatur, then put them in the preheated oven at 150 degree Celsius/300 degree Fahrenheit. After 20-25 minutes the macarons should have risen and browned only slightly. If they are browning faster, take them out before they get too dark. Let them cool down slowly before taking them from the baking sheet.

For the filling, hack the chocolate into very fine pieces and put it into a heat resistant bowl, put the cream into a pot and bring it to a boil then pour it over the chocolate. Stir till the chocolate is completely molten and combined with the cream.

Look for macarons that are similar in shape/size and pair them up. Take a bit of filling (however much you fancy, a teaspoon full should be a good starting point) and put it on one macaron, then put the other on top and squeeze gently. Repeat with the rest and let everything cool of completely (if you live in a hot climate, a room with ac or maybe the fridge would be better for cooling off). Enjoy and try not to eat them all at once.

Well, I you understand everything, my English isn’t fully equipped to translate recipes, but I did my best.

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u/Spentacular13 Sep 25 '22

I like them because they are like adult Oreos.

I know exactly the type you’re talking about. And I will say that there’s nothing worse than a bad macaroon. And when they do that gross white creamy sugary filling…ewww no thanks.

I’ve only had macaroons from a bakery that I liked one time. They can’t be too sugary. My go to place for buying them is at 7-Eleven. They have a tiny tray in their open fridge area. A tray of 4 and each tray has two flavors. Those are my favorites.

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u/ElMostaza Sep 25 '22

I honestly never thought of 7-11 as the place to get decent macarons, lol! Since the fancy pastry shops have let me down, I'm more than willing to try 7-11, though.

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u/Spentacular13 Sep 25 '22

The macaroons in 7/11 are like made in Belgium, packaged in France, and sold in the US. Lol it’s goofy but it’s good

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u/Rainbow_in_the_sky Sep 25 '22

I feel the same as you. They look so pretty but the few times I’ve had them were just awful in my opinion. They always tastes like over sweetened meringue to me, crispy on the outer layer and crumbly, airy sweetness. Maybe I’ll try it again and hopefully find one that is tasty to me.

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u/ElMostaza Sep 25 '22

The replies are giving me hopes that I still have yet to experience a good macaron. Here's hoping we find future success!

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u/GlitterandChaos Sep 25 '22

If you don't like meringue you probably won't like them. My mother doesn't for that reason. Also best fresh like most things. Although I've never had a hollow shell one so thats interesting

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u/selz202 Sep 25 '22

Its the only thing that I make that stresses me out. They're temperamental, require multi-tasking, have semi strict timelines and I... I just hate them.

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u/selz202 Sep 25 '22

I think I got a 3lb bag from Costco for around $10 (I think).

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u/HeadMischief Sep 25 '22

That's me with meringue in general. Awful stuff

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u/jdej1988 Sep 25 '22

It’s not that hard. I always thought the same and I’m by no means a great baker. I made some for the first time and whereas the shape wasn’t great (it was ok), they tasted amazing!

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u/pollyneedscrack Sep 25 '22

I've tried to do macarons at least six times and only once I managed to not just make sugar cookies. I find it unbelievably difficult to get the "shell" crisp and still have them grow and stay fluffy during baking.

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u/Joubledeebus Sep 25 '22

Please watch the Adam Ragusea video on macarons. If you accept that you will not end up with perfect smooth tops with even ruffled feet, macarons become SO easy to make!

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u/Spentacular13 Sep 25 '22

Will do! Haven’t heard of this channel so ty

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u/Danitoba Sep 25 '22

Brrrruuuuhhhhh you just gave me instant hunger! 🥺 Those things look otherworldly good!!! Do you have a recipe?

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22 Wholesome

Sure do: https://chelsweets.com/italian-macarons/

Fold the batter 55 times during the macaronage phase 👍🏽 standard chocolate ganache and marshmallow fluff recipe (could even use store bought honestly)

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u/crylona Sep 25 '22

Do you flavor the meringue to taste like graham crackers? They look so good. 👏

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u/Leahcimjs Sep 25 '22

This is what I was wondering as well

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

I tried flavoring the macaron meringue and that… failed miserably. Shells did not bake properly. Resorted to a touch of cinnamon in the shells. With honey used to make the fluff.

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u/ninefortysix Sep 25 '22

Here’s another recipe. This blog has step by step photos for beginners. First macarons I ever made and they turned out great.

https://www.budgetbytes.com/smores-macarons/

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u/Smaktat Sep 25 '22

BBytes is amazing. My goto recipe site.

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u/Tinknocker12 Sep 25 '22

Egg McMuffin

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

You know, I don’t think I would be disappointed if they tasted like that 🤔

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u/Tinknocker12 Sep 25 '22

Would be worth a taste

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u/Drgon2136 Sep 25 '22

How about a sausage mcmuffin? With hash browns

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u/VIPERxVENOM68 Sep 25 '22

Everyone always gives me shit and I really don’t like McDonald’s, but give me a sausage McMuffin with cheese and a hash brown w/orange juice.. fucking kill for that shit.

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u/Foreshadowteam Sep 25 '22

Ship them to me and I will pay you mrbeast amounts of money 💰

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u/Golemseye Sep 25 '22

These look a bit like McDonald’s hamburgers.

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u/marior012 Sep 25 '22

WHERE IS THE RECIPE AND YOUTUBE TUTORIAL FOR THESE? PLEASEEEE

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u/FishbulbSimpson Sep 25 '22

They are some of the most notoriously difficult things to bake on the planet if you’ve never seen them. /r/macarons

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u/VladKatanos Sep 25 '22

See comment by OP.

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u/21beansinapot Sep 25 '22

these look delicious! great job!

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u/bounty503 Sep 25 '22

It’s not easy to make them look that perfect. Pastry chef is your calling!

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u/102aksea102 Sep 25 '22

Well done! Bravo! They look GREAT!!

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

I love those expensive little buggers but they're always ridiculously priced at M&S here🇬🇧😬 Are they expensive to make or is it just Marks & Spencers being snobby? (High end ready meals and great quality food, the food is just awesome compared to everyday brands but you paying in full price peasant)

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

They’re not expensive to make. Almond flour is the priciest ingredient but the ingredient list is relatively short! Almond flour, granulated sugar, powdered sugar, egg whites, cream of tartar, water.

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

As suspected its pure snobbery... Their stuff is great though and it can be a pleasure getting to try pre-made sort of food that actually tastes as if you made it or at least real food unlike bird's-eye chicken nuggets or that chef hungry man meals America has lol

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u/KiltedTraveller Sep 25 '22

They're not that expensive to make but if made by hand they require a good bit of skill to get right.

Even if they're machine made for M&S they're very delicate so are sold in smaller stacks, need more packaging and result in a lot of waste due to damage.

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u/KawaiiRy Sep 25 '22

They look really good! Macarons are super finicky to make too!

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u/BreakfastBiscuit Sep 25 '22

That looks chronic brötherrrr.

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u/0lolort Sep 25 '22

I love that shape

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u/choiwonsuh Sep 25 '22

Great idea! Looks really good!!! Take my money!

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u/Lembach_Is_Staying Sep 25 '22

Someone caught Biscuit Day on Great British Bake Off.

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u/0rganized_Cha0s_ Sep 25 '22

I love that show

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u/ak2539 Sep 25 '22

Looks a-ma-zing!! What’s the trick to ensure the feet rise on your macrons? My wife and I took a class and did it right the first time but couldn’t get it again. And therefor we never tried.

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

I make them the Italian method which includes making an Italian meringue (hot sugar syrup whipped into egg whites). Find that helps quite a bit. Also counting your folds for the macaronage! I do 55 every time. And make sure they rest long enough before baking - that skin is important, I let mine go 45-60m.

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u/TrynaSleep Sep 25 '22

I’m devouring them mentally

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u/passing-stranger Sep 25 '22

Yum. Yes, please. They look so perfect I wanna mess them up a little

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u/boomstick12g Sep 25 '22

The bake on those look divine!

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u/BiggieBoiTroy Sep 25 '22

i learned recently that i’ve been pronouncing macarons wrong my entire life. Mack a Ron’s

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u/sesamesnapsinhalf Sep 25 '22

Those are nice feet!

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u/piemaker1976 Sep 25 '22

Those look great!

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u/in_animate_objects Sep 25 '22

These look amazing!!!

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u/hufflesnuff Sep 25 '22

Oh that's a coincidence I just posted my quick smore recipe

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u/[deleted] Sep 25 '22

Okay, so just hear me out. Those look fantastic.

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u/petalsonros3s Sep 25 '22

mmm mayo burger

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u/Cien_fuegos Sep 25 '22

I’m usually not a foot man…but those feet are 🤌🏻 chefs kiss amazing

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u/flyeaglesfly52x Sep 25 '22

🅱️eeschurgers

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u/signspam Sep 25 '22

Mmm. Sausage and egg on English muffin, yum!

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u/DaniTheLovebug Sep 25 '22

I thought I was on r/oddlysatisfying and that these were the cleanest egg McMuffins ever

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u/Caramel_Last Sep 26 '22

This is professional

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u/mrcatboy Sep 25 '22

Oh very interesting combo! How were you able to incorporate Graham cracker flavor into it?

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u/Watchful1 Sep 25 '22

I've done these before and put ground up graham crackers in the cookies. But it's tricky, you have to get it really fine to not make clumps.

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

I thought about doing this but after muffing the first try by putting honey and molasses in the Italian meringue I decided to play it safe 😅

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

Cinnamon in the cookies and honey in the marshmallow fluff. Closest I could get. They’re not exactly flavored like a s’more but they capture the spirit 😄

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u/mrcatboy Sep 25 '22

They do indeed!

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u/Aldoogie Sep 25 '22

was going to ask the same. I feel like one could with almond meal and really fine graham cracker in the drymix.

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u/mrcatboy Sep 25 '22

That sounds like a very reasonable compromise and would make for some very interesting experimentation!

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u/HornetLimp4022 Sep 25 '22

Omg, perfecto! How do they taste? I never tasted a macarons before

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

Never :o

These taste more indulgent than s’mores-like. Quite good still. The best part of macarons is their texture, the perfect combination of crisp, chewy, and incredibly light.

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u/ToKillAMockingAudi Sep 25 '22

That looks heavenly

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u/D00minated Sep 25 '22

If this is what passes for 15k upvotes in r/food, yeeeeesh. People need to check out the macs made in r/baking or r/macarons. Anyone who claims you need to fold the batter a specific number of times during macaronage is a complete rook.

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22 edited Sep 25 '22

Funny. I took the folding advice from a professional pastry chef who also counts her folds 👍🏽

Edit: 30k+ upvotes, front page, gold. Get fucked with your petty gatekeeping.

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u/D00minated Sep 25 '22

Aw don’t be so sad, you put it effort and that should be applauded. That effort just produced incredibly mediocre results - lopsided feet and sloppy filling piping. Try harder next time and you might make something worth your time! 😙

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u/bardezart Sep 25 '22

Considering this is my fourth ever (maybe third) time making them I’ll take it. Lol your saltiness for not making the front page is hilarious 😊

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u/Future-Agent Sep 25 '22

Those look pretty good.

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u/razzledazzlegirl Sep 25 '22

Oh my. My arteries hate me but I want to eat these so much.

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u/LittleMxLemon Sep 25 '22

These look so dang delicious!

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u/hubbabubbahoe Sep 25 '22

I wish I could see what they look like after a bite has been taken.

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u/bensonf Sep 25 '22

Looks better than some from biscuit week.

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u/KaramCyclone Sep 25 '22

Hallatukule para smores macarones 🎶 Sorry i just woke up

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u/Adorable-Ad-3223 Sep 25 '22

This is witchcraft. You are a witch. Macarons come from stores, anyone making them at home must be a witch. [Citation Needed]

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u/interesting_sidenote Sep 25 '22

Ooooo! Those look divine and probs tasted amazing 🤩

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u/ArkieRN Sep 25 '22

Those look frankly mouth-watering. Congratulations on such a fantastic job!

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u/idontknowmanwhat Sep 25 '22

They look amazing

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u/05Gmc Sep 25 '22

Burger cookies!

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u/NoodleBotPro Sep 25 '22

The newest desert at the Krusty Krab.

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u/MrNiceGuy565 Sep 25 '22

These look perfect, good job

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u/asdfghjkl123453232 Sep 25 '22

These look great!

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u/Hefty-Cat-868 Sep 25 '22

Looks yummy

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u/PandaGoggles Sep 25 '22

Two words: Hell. Yes.

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u/Zerane_Darkness Sep 25 '22

Ooooh shit, that looks so delicious!

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u/Top-Bar5876 Sep 25 '22

They look delicious

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u/Notverycancerpatient Sep 25 '22

I legit wish I had this rn

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u/ScribebyTrade Sep 25 '22

Moore smoores lolol

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u/garlockseal Sep 25 '22

Hate Smores and Macarons but damn those may sway me lol

Beautiful work and they look hella num, be proud!

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u/Obi-Wan_Gin Sep 25 '22

Shut up and take my money!

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u/i_amParadox Sep 25 '22

They look lovely!!

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u/parkernorwood Sep 25 '22

Those look like very tasty Egg McMuffins

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u/karavasis Sep 25 '22

Quite the foot

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u/Several_Swordfish830 Sep 25 '22

Someone needs to apply to GBBO

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u/_madeofearth Sep 25 '22

damn those look good

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u/Designer-Bicycle-955 Sep 25 '22

This is amazing , 10 out of 10 IMO. They’re beautiful the feet are amazing . Was it you’d first try ?

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u/ChattyKathysCunt Sep 25 '22

Sausage egg biscuits.

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u/0okearo0 Sep 25 '22

I fuckin nutted

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u/0okearo0 Sep 25 '22

I fuckin nutted

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u/Tony_Pizza_Guy Sep 25 '22

I bet those taste good when ur eating them

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u/awkwardthanos Sep 25 '22

Look like sausage mcmuffins