Macarons can be hard to master at first, but once you’ve got the hang of them, the possibilities of flavours and designs are endless. Here are a few really cute recipe ideas for you to practice and improve with!
These bear shaped macarons from Bites by Bianca are the cutest and only involve a little deviation from the normal circular shape. She’s even included a bear template for you to trace over and the filling is super simple too.
If you’re not sure you want to change the shape of your macarons, but you want to up the wow factor in your design, then these marbled galaxy macarons from Pies and Tacos could be the one.
Release your inner artist with these beautifully painted floral macarons from Sugar and Cloth. I adore the colour palette on these and the little touches of gold too.
If you feel like you want a macaron challenge and are confident in your abilities, then these double macarons from Indulge with Mimi could be for you. Not only do you have cloud shaped macarons, but rainbow ones too…. this could take some time.
Who doesn’t want pastel dinosaur macarons? These ones from Sugar Bean are adorable and these videos are so calming to watch that you won’t be stressed at all making them. If you want tips on how to make your macaron shells perfectly, then look no further for videos to help with that too.
I think Winnie the Pooh would absolutely love these honey macarons from Bewitching Kitchen. They would definitely fill the rumbly in his tumbly without him having to climb up a tree in search of honey and be chased out of it by angry bees!
With summer berries appearing everywhere in the UK at the moment, I think it’s the perfect time to try these elegant looking macarons from Posh Little Designs. I can’t think of a better way to get one of my 5-a-day…
Emma is an English teacher who travels a lot. Adventuring around the world is her passion, with Japan being one of her favourite destinations. She loves baking, photography, sweet treats, and all things Disney. If Emma was a Pokémon, she’d definitely be a Pikachu.