Wednesday, February 8, 2012

recipe : raspberry macarons

Raspberry Macarons

How about a Valentine's Day tea party? When I made these, I didn't mean to add jam to them. I was under the impression I had cream for the whipped filling. No, I didn't. I was in sweats, hair in a messy bun, smeared mascara from the night before. I was in no position for a grocery run. People, jam was the genius side of me thinking. Or starving side of me.

Pink, parisian, pretty. Perfect for Valentine's day.

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17 comments:

  1. Those are so perfect!  And love when an accident turns out working even better than the original!:) p.s. loved the Instagram pics of you and your niece at D-land--she looked like she was having a ball!:)

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  2. These macarons are Parisian cafe quality! I want to try!!!

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  3. WHOA! That is the ultimate compliment! Thanks Whit :) <3

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  4. I agree with you! I'm so glad you loved the pics, Jillie! 

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  5. These are so romantic and they look super delicious! Well done! And looks like jam fits perfectly. I have always wanted to try macarons.

    I am hoping to make a sort of  Julia Child kind of valentines day like in the film "Julie & Julia"one day and these macarones will be put on my top of recipe lists for that day. Do you know what kind I mean? 

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  6. Yummy and a beautiful photo :)

    delia
    http://www.lovelaughlipglosses.com/

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  7. THese look amazing. I can't believe how perfect they look. I can never do Macarons, just too difficult so WELL DONE!!!

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  8. So cute! I need to make macarons soon!!

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  9. they taste delicious too! haha

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  10. We need to eat macarons together soon!!

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  11. I'll come visit and teach you!

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  12. So, not to be a total creeper, but I just spent forever perusing your blog and immediately added you to my blogroll.  Your blog is simply lovely!  I can't wait to read more.  

    Lesleigh
    http://pearlsonastring.com

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  13. OH YES!! One of mini goals of the year is to learn how to make french macarons!! The nice lady Joy U, directed me over to you!! I am definitely printing out this recipe because these look perfect!!! =)

    Ergo - Blog

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  14. I just found your blog through someone else's attempt to make this recipe. Glad I did!! These look soooooo good!
    Your newest follower,
    -Jamie
    http://chatterblossom.blogspot.com/

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