Holiday French Macarons – Ladurée Macarons
For those of you that aren’t familiar with what Ladurée macarons are, they are the finest macaron experience you can have: they’re delectable, gorgeous, and provide you with all of the comforts of a genuine European macaron.
Basically, Ladurée macarons are to regular macarons what Parmesan is to regular cottage cheese, and if you have a passion for macarons, then you probably know all about Ladurée macarons and just how famous and good they are.
Well, such a type of macaron was bound to end up on our list, and we’re going to showcase you an amazing recipe that will teach you how to make macarons like the confectioners in Paris.
Fortunately enough, replicating the recipe does not require that you have any hard=to-get ingredients, since it uses some of the typical macarons ingredients: ground almonds, confectioner’s sugar, fine granular sugar, egg whites
Ad for the macaron filling, the original recipe asks for dark chocolate, heavy cream, and butter.
Unlike the raspberry macarons mentioned above, these macarons don’t look as impressive visually, but their texture and taste are absolutely amazing, especially if you follow A Lady in France‘s original recipe to the dot.