How to Make Savory Macarons

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Savory macarons are a unique set of macarons that involve cheese, smoked salmon, or salty flavors to them.

The filling of savory macarons typically has a spreadable cheese base to them such as cream cheese or ricotta cheese.

Herbs and spices are added to the filling to create savory macarons.

How to Make Savory Macarons

What are savory macarons

Savory macarons have a salty or spicy flavor to them instead of the typical sweet macaron.

What can you top savory macaron shells with

  • poppy seeds
  • sea salt
  • dried chives
  • dried dill
  • pepper

What can savory macarons be filled with

Savory macarons can be filled with with:

  • ricotta
  • goat cheese
  • cream cheese
  • herbs – sage leaf, basil leaf
  • spices
  • smoked salmon
  • bacon

Typically a cheese that is spreadable works well for filling savory macarons because it will hold its shape after its been piped.

Spreadable cheeses like ricotta and cream cheese and it can easily be mixed with other herbs and spices to create delicious savory macarons.

What can savory macarons be filled with

6 Savory Macaron Recipe Ideas

Smoked Salmon Savory Macarons

Smoked salmon savory macarons are made with chives or dill on the tops of the macaron shells.

The filling of the smoked salmon savory macarons has a base of Boursin cheese, smoked salmon, lemon juice, chives, dill, and pepper to taste.

The filling is quite thick, therefore you can use the star piping tip to pipe the filling into a fancy design for your savory macarons.

Tomato Basil Feta Savory Macarons

Tomato basil savory macarons are made by making macaron shells, followed by a cream cheese filling.

The filling is made by creaming together cream cheese, feta cheese, basil leaves, lemon juice, and salt and pepper to taste. Diced tomatoes are folded into the cream cheese savory macaron filling.

The macarons are assembled by placing 1 macaron shell, then adding a basil leaf, the cream cheese filling, and another macaron shell to sandwich the savory macaron together.

Smoked Salmon and Wasabi Savory Macarons

Smoked salmon and wasabi savory macarons are made with a cream cheese based filling.

The wasabi powder is mixed with a small amount of water to emulsify it.

Next, the cream cheese is beaten until fluffy, and then the wasabi paste mixture is added to it.

Soy sauce, milk, and green onions are added to the cream cheese base to make this savory macaron filling.

To assemble the smoked salmon and wasabi savory macarons, the cream cheese filling is piped onto the macaron shell, and then is topped with a strip of folded smoked salmon. A small amount of cream cheese macaron filling is piped on to of the smoked salmon for the other macaron shell to hold it closed.

These macarons are not able to be frozen, and it is recommended you assemble them right before serving.

Goat Cheese Savory Macarons

Goat cheese savory macarons are made with a fig compote. The figs are chopped, heated, and then cooled.

The filling is made with mascarpone cheese, goat cheese, and black sesame seeds creamed together.

To assemble the goat cheese savory macarons, pipe a ring of the creamy goat cheese mixture around the edge of the macaron shell. Add the fig compote to the center of the macaron. Top with the other macaron shell and sandwich together.

Pimento Cheese Savory Macarons

Pimento cheese savory macarons are made with a mixing pimento cheese with heavy cream in a food processor until fully combined. You can even make your own pimento cheese at home for a more intense flavor for your savory macarons.

Bacon Savory Macarons

Bacon savory macarons are made with a buttercream based filling. Butter is creamed with powdered sugar, and then a hint of maple syrup and vanilla extract are added. Mix in chopped pieces of bacon to create your savory macaron filling. Pipe inside your macaron shells and sandwich together for a savory bacon macaron.

Savory Macaron Recipe Ideas

38 Macaron Filling Ideas

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Macarons can be filled with many different flavor combinations. Macarons can be filled with sweet, savory, chocolate, fruit or dessert fillings.

You can add your own extracts, herbs, and spices to create your own macaron fillings to fit your tasting needs once you have the base of the macaron filling decided upon.

Macaron Filling Ideas

What are macarons traditionally filled with

Macarons are traditionally filled with chocolate ganache, buttercream based fillings or jam fillings.

What type of filling is best for macarons

The best type of filling for macarons is buttercream icing.

Buttercream icing holds its shape well, and can easily be flavored with spices, extracts, zest, or cocoa powder to create flavorful fillings for macarons.

Buttercream icing will not fall down the sides of the macarons and can be thickened by adding a little more powdered sugar.

Buttercream can also be infused with tea by heating heavy cream, and then steeping tea to infuse its flavor. The steeped heavy cream is then added to butter and powdered sugar to create tea infused buttercream icings for macarons.

What type of filling is best for macarons

What’s the filling in macarons

Macarons can be filled with a variety of fillings including caramel sauce, chocolate ganache, buttercream icing, jam, cream cheese, ricotta cheese (savory macarons), goat cheese.

What are the best macaron filling flavors

The best macaron filling flavors are:

  • vanilla bean macarons
  • salted caramel macarons
  • cookies and cream macarons
  • lemon macarons
  • raspberry macarons
What are the best macaron filling flavors

Fruit Macaron Filling Ideas

Fruit macaron fillings are typically citrus flavors or berry flavors. Jam, zest, or freeze dried fruits are added to a buttercream based filling to create fruit macaron fillings.

Chocolate Macaron Filling Ideas

Chocolate macaron fillings are made by adding cocoa powder to a buttercream base, or by making a chocolate ganache. Chocolate ganache can have zest and extracts added to it to create more flavors of chocolate macarons.

Chocolate Macaron Filling Ideas

Tea Macaron Filling Ideas

Tea macarons are made with fillings that have steeped tea that has been infused into heavy cream. The heavy cream steeped tea is placed into a buttercream based icing to create tea macaron fillings.

Dessert Macaron Filling Ideas

Dessert macaron fillings are made with a buttercream base or caramel sauce. Some of them include marshmallows in the center of the macaron, or crushed candies to create a flavorful dessert macaron filling.

  • creme brulee macarons
  • pistachio macarons
  • vanilla bean macarons
  • espresso macarons
  • salted caramel macarons
  • candy cane macarons
  • dulce de leche macarons
  • hazelnut macarons
  • apricot walnut macarons
  • chocolate hazelnut macarons
  • S’more macarons
  • eggnog macarons
  • champagne macarons
  • tiramisu macarons
  • cotton candy macarons
dessert macaron filling ideas

Savory Macaron Filling Ideas

Savory macarons are filled with a cheese or butter base to them.

Many savory macarons are made with a ricotta, goat cheese or cream cheese base to them, with herbs and spices added to them.

Typically a cheese that is spreadable works well for filling savory macarons because it will hold its shape after its been piped, and it can easily be mixed with other herbs and spices to create delicious savory macarons.

How to fill macarons

Macarons are filled by fitting a piping bag with a piping tip of at least 1/4″ in thickness.

If you want the macaron filling to have a fancy edge to it, select the star tip or closed star nozzle. They will create a beautiful edging to your macaron fillings.

Fill the piping bag with macaron filling.

Twist the end of the bag while holding the tip to the ceiling. Cut the tip of the piping bag and push the nozzle to the end. Twist the bag until filling starts coming to the edge of the nozzle.

Squeeze the top of the piping bag with your fingers to evenly distribute the macaron filling on the macaron shells.

If you’re using 2 fillings, pipe the ring around the macaron edge first (usually buttercream icing).

Next fill the center of the macaron filling inside the ring you just piped. The center filling could be caramel sauce, jam, etc. The ring of more solid icing will hold the runnier filling inside the macaron, and will not leak out.

If you’re filling the macaron with only 1 filling, pipe the outside ring first, and end in the center of the macaron. Make you use test to see how full you are filling your macarons. Add the other shell on top to see how much filling is showing. If you want more filling showing, add another layer of macaron filling.

How to fill macarons

Can you fill Macarons the next day

You can store unfilled macaron shells in an airtight container in the fridge for 4-5 days.

You can fill macarons anytime in the next 5 days after baking the shells.

Once you have filled your macarons, place them in the fridge for up to 3 days.

If you’re wanting your macarons to last longer, place them in an airtight container for up to 1 month in the freezer.

How to make buttercream macaron filling

Classic buttercream macaron filling is made with 1 cup of butter, 4-5 cups of powdered sugar, 1/4 cup of heavy cream or milk, pinch of salt, and 1 tsp of vanilla extract.

This makes a large batch of buttercream macaron filling. You can split it up into 3 different flavorings.

By having the base of macaron buttercream filling, you can add different flavorings to change it from vanilla buttercream into the flavoring you want.

You can add:

  • 2 tbsp of jam filling
  • 1-2 tsp of spices
  • 1 tbsp of zest
  • 1-2 tbsp cocoa powder
  • 1 tbsp of espresso or coffee (you’ll need to add more powdered sugar to thicken the icing back up again)
  • crushed cookies (1/4 cup)
  • 1-2 tbsps cookie crumbs
  • 1-2 tsp of extract

Create your own buttercream macaron filling using these modifiers for your own favorite macaron filling.

7 Fall Macaron Flavors

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Fall macaron flavors come in different tastes from sweet to savory. Fall macaron flavors are made with pumpkin spice, cream cheese, apples, caramel, cinnamon and chai tea.

Fall macarons can be made with a flavored outer shell, such as adding cinnamon, freeze dried apples, or vanilla beans.

A few of the autumn macaron flavors include 2 center fillings to give them a burst of flavor.

Pumpkin Spice Macarons

Pumpkin spice macarons are made with a flavored outer shell. The outer shell has all-spice, cloves, and nutmeg mixed into the almond batter to give the macarons the “spiced” part of pumpkin spice. The pumpkin spice macaron filling is made with a butter cream base. Pumpkin puree, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and nutmeg are added to the buttercream filling. When assembling the macarons, the filling is a ring of pumpkin spice macaron filling, and then the center is a small amount of caramel sauce. These pumpkin spice macarons have a little bit of a sweet finish with the caramel sauce center.

Caramel Apple Macarons

Caramel apple macarons are made with an apple flavored outer shell. Granny smith apples are freeze dried, and then blended in a food processor to get a fine apple flavored powder. The powder is places into the almond flour base and mixed into the macaron shell. Once the batter has been made and piped, a sprinkle of apple powder is dusted on the tops of the macarons to let them dry into the macaron shells. The center filling is made with making a caramel sauce. There is an option of making the caramel sauce into a salted caramel sauce if desired.

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Apple Pie Macarons

Apple pie macarons are made with an apple sauce filling and a cream cheese icing. The apple sauce filling is made with apples, brown sugar, cinnamon and nutmeg. The sauce is thickened and cooled prior to piping. The cream cheese icing is vanilla flavored. The cream cheese icing is piped around the edges of the macaron to make a ring. The apple sauce is placed in the center of the macaron. These macarons have a spiced apple and cream cheese flavor, creating apple pie tasting macarons.

Pumpkin Macarons

Pumpkin macarons are made with a flavored pumpkin outer shell. The outer shell is flavored with pumpkin spice bakery emulsion. An emulsion is similar to an extract in that it gives the flavor to the baked good. The filling is made with a buttercream flavored with pumpkin puree and cinnamon for the perfect fall macaron treat.

Chai Tea Macarons

Chai tea macarons are made with a hint of cinnamon in their outer shells. The filling of the chai tea macarons is made by heating heavy cream with chai tea. The tea is left to steep for 30 minutes to infuse the chai flavors into the heavy cream. The cream is strained, and then poured into a stand mixer with butter and powdered sugar. Cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom, vanilla extract, and ginger are added to create the chai buttercream filling for these chai tea macarons.

Cinnamon Roll Macarons

Cinnamon roll macarons are made with cinnamon and nutmeg in their outer shells. The center filling is made with a cream cheese buttercream icing. To add a little bit more sweetness, there is a caramel sauce filling to the center filling as well.

Orange and Dark Chocolate Macarons

Orange and dark chocolate macarons are made with a vanilla bean outer shell. The center filling is a orange zest infused dark chocolate ganache. Orange dark chocolate macarons have a rich and citrus flavor. The outer shell is colored with orange gel food coloring or powdered food coloring to give it the vibrant orange color against the dark chocolate filling color.

How to Paint Macarons Gold

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Painting macarons gold is easy and simple to do once you have the right tools. Gold macarons present beautifully on a table just by themselves. They are a more fancy macaron than one that is just plain. Gold macarons stand out and are quite eye catching for your guests.

How to Paint Macarons Gold

To paint macarons gold, you’ll need a few items before you begin:

  1. Place a pinch of gold powdered food coloring in a small jar to “make” your paint in.
  2. Add a couple of drops of almond extract to your jar.
  3. Mix the jar of almond extract and gold powdered food coloring together. Now you’ve made your paint for your gold macarons. If your gold paint dries out while you’re working with it, add a few more drops of almond extract.
  4. Using a food safe paint brush, dip your paint brush into your newly made gold paint.
  5. Hold your macaron on a steady surface, and paint your gold paint on top of your macaron where desired. You can even paint the entire macaron in gold paint if you want to. Avoid the icing portion of the macaron, and only paint the shell to make the icing stand out on the macaron. Don’t push too hard on the surface of the macaron shell as it is quite delicate to work with.
  6. Let the macarons dries fully for about 10 minutes.
  7. Store the macarons in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days after baking them.
How to Paint Macarons Gold

What can you use gold macarons for

Gold macarons can be used at:

  • a new year’s party
  • baby shower
  • bridal shower
  • bachelorette party
  • cocktail hour
  • dessert bar

Gold macarons are one of the most fancy macarons you can serve to your guests. They are easy to make once you have the macarons filled and ready to be painted. If you are wanting to paint the entire macaron gold, use the biggest food safe paintbrush you have to save yourself time. Gold macarons will store well in the freezer for up to 1 month, or up to 3 days in the fridge.

Why Macarons have Sticky Bottom Shells

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Macarons can have sticky bottom shells due to a number of issues. Macarons will turn out under baked, but there are a few changes you can make to prevent your next batch of macarons from having sticky bottom shells.

Using stainless steel baking pans vs aluminum for macarons

Stainless steel baking pans can get hot spots over time. The uneven distribution of heat in older stainless steel pans can make macarons have sticky bottom shells, and will come out of the oven undercooked.

Aluminum is the best metal for conducting heat over other baking sheets like stainless steel.

Aluminum baking pans conduct heat evenly throughout the pan.

Aluminum is a light colored baking sheet; it doesn’t absorb heat like other metals, such as stainless steel.

With a lighter colored pan, you can bake your macarons for a shorter amount of time than if you used a stainless steel baking sheet.

Why Macarons have Sticky Bottom Shells

Using an oily baking pan for macarons

Macarons need to be baked on a baking sheet that is perfectly clean.

There can be no oily residue present on the baking sheet. If there is any presence of oil on the baking pan, the macarons will absorb the oil and will not turn out. The macarons will be sticky, under baked, or will not turn out at all.

If you’re having trouble removing the oily residue from your aluminum baking pan, pour very hot water on the pan, and this should remove the oil from the baking pan.

Using an oily silicone baking mat for macarons

If you’re using a silicone baking mat to line your baking sheet, make sure there is no oily residue left on the baking mat before piping your macarons.

Your macarons will absorb the oil, and will have sticky bottoms.

If you’re not able to get your silicone baking mat clean, try using a fresh sheet of parchment paper to line your baking sheet. Another option is having a separate silicone baking mat to only use for macarons.

Cut the parchment paper to fit to the pan. It’s much easier to pipe close to the edges of the baking pan if the parchment paper isn’t overhanging the edges.

Macarons are under baked

Use an oven thermometer to check the temperature of your oven before baking your macarons. Make adjustments as needed for your recipe.

If your first batch of macarons come out of the oven with sticky bottoms, try baking the macarons for 1-2 minutes more. Keep a close eye on them as they can burn very quickly. You can use a baking utensil to check the bottom of one of them while they are in the oven to check to see if they are done.

Meringue for macarons is mixed too long

If your egg whites are mixed too long for your meringue, your macarons can be hollow inside and have sticky bottoms. Try whipping your egg whites for less time to prevent this from happening. Your egg whites are finished when you can turn the mixing bowl upside down and the egg whites don’t move. Check periodically on them as you whip the meringue.

How Fine should Almond Flour be for Macarons

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Almond flour needs to be sifted and very fine before using it for macarons. You can see how grainy the almond flour is before it’s been sifted.

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You can see the difference in the texture of the almond flour after it has been sifted. The texture is much finer and lighter. Almond flour needs to be crumbly and easily be rubbed with your finger tips.

How Fine should Almond Flour be for Macarons

There is a difference in how fine your almond flour is depending on which one you’re using for your recipe. You can find almond flour that specifically indicates it’s superfine. It’s best to use an almond flour that is already fine to begin with. Then you don’t have to grind the almond flour any smaller using a food processor.

To remove any clumps in your almond flour before using them for macarons, sift the almond flour right before using it. It’s easier to sift almond flour using a colander with a medium mesh, over a sifter with a fine mesh.

How Fine should Almond Flour be for Macarons

A colander can remove the large clumps that form in almond flour. You don’t need to use a fine mesh sieve in order to the the almond flour thin enough. A colander works well and is much faster than using a sifter.

Why Macarons Stick to the Silicone Baking Mat

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Undercooked Macarons

Your macarons will stick to the silicone mat if they are undercooked.

Bake your macarons for 1-2 minutes longer than when using parchment paper for the macarons to be easily peeled from the silicone baking mat.

Macarons are not fully cooled

Macarons will stick to the silicone baking mat if haven’t fully cooled before trying to remove them. Let them cool for at least 20 minutes before trying to remove the macarons. Usually it’s easier to leave the macarons on the baking sheet and let the macarons cool on the silicone baking mat for at least 20 minutes. Then peel the macarons off of the silicone baking mat and fill them.

Silicone baking mat is oily

Silicone baking mats cannot have any oily residue, or particulate present on the baking mat when using them for macarons. The macarons will absorb the oil while baking, making the macarons very difficult to get off of the silicone baking mat.

To remove oily residue from the silicone baking mat, wash it with soap and water and rinse to let dry.

If the oily residue is still present, pour boiling water on the silicone baking mat and it will clean the baking mat perfectly to use for your macarons.

Why Macarons Stick to the Silicone Baking Mat

Baking pan is old

Macarons need fresh aluminum baking pans to cook well. If your baking pan is old, unfortunately the macarons will stick to silicone and even parchment paper. Macarons need the conductivity of aluminum to cook evenly and for the temperature to be evenly distributed while baking. Use a new aluminum baking pan for cooking macarons if your pans are quite well used.

Baking pan is oily

Macarons will absorb any oil that’s present on the baking pan through the silicone or parchment paper. Remove any oily residue from the pan by washing it with soap and water.

If the baking pan will not become clean after using soap and water, pour boiling water on the baking pan. The boiling water will clean the baking pan to remove any oil that is present and make it freshly clean to use for baking macarons on.

Why Macarons Stick to the Silicone Baking Mat

Painting Macarons with Food Coloring

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Painting on macarons with food coloring will give your macarons some color contrast and be more eye catching.

You can paint on macarons using either powdered food coloring or gel food coloring with a couple of drops of almond extract.

In order for you to apply the food coloring to paint your macarons, you will need to use a food safe paint brush.

Macarons have delicate shells that can be damaged if pressed too hard with a paint brush. Apply the food coloring to the macaron gently, as if you were painting a picture.

Painting Macarons with Food Coloring

When you’re making up your coloring for painting on macarons, you don’t want to use too much almond extract to make your coloring. If you pour too much, the food coloring will be more like watercolor paint. The color will not go on the macaron as strong, and it will be too runny to really show up on the macaron.

Just use a little almond extract for your coloring. The color will be strong and easily painted on the macaron. The color will not run if you only use a drop or two.

Sometimes the color will dry out in your bowl, just add another drop or two of almond extract to make it liquid again.

You can begin painting your macarons after you have filled them. They will be easier to hold onto, and you won’t have to worry about the color being disturbed if you’re kind of messy when you fill your macarons.

Lay all of the filled macarons on a plate, and pick up the macaron when you’re ready to fill it.

Hold the macaron steady and you apply paint with the other hand. If you lay the macaron on a plate to paint it, you’ll still have to hold onto the macaron because it will move away when you try to apply paint. Macarons are not heavy enough to stay in place as you paint them.

For each color you want to paint your macarons, you’ll need a new bowl. You don’t want any of your colors to mix together, so it’s best to keep the food colors separate from each other.

If you’re changing colors with your paint brush, wash it out with soap and water and rinse well. Dry the paint brush with a dark towel (just in case the color runs and ruins your towel) and then you can paint your next color on your macaron.

How to Paint on Macarons

How to Write on Macarons

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To write on macarons, you’ll need something that’s able to write on macarons.

One writing utensil you can use is an edible marker.

An edible marker has a sharp point on the end which makes writing words and on the macarons very easy.

The harder you press the edible marker, the wider the lines created.

For writing on macarons, you don’t want to use too much force when pressing your design into the cookie. Macarons have a delicate shell and can be easily damaged if pressed too hard.

Gently touch the edible marker to the macaron to create your design.

There are many different colors you can use to write on macarons. You can create a rainbow on your macarons if you wanted to.

You can only write a couple of words on a macaron since the macaron is quite a small cookie. It’s best to write only 1 or 2 words on the macarons to make sure your guests see the writing.

When writing on your macarons, try to stick to a theme.

Things to write on macarons for a baby shower

  • “Oh Baby!”
  • “Boy!”
  • “Girl”
  • “Baby”
  • “Bundle”
  • “Little On”

Things to write on macarons for a wedding shower

  • “Love”
  • “I do”
  • “Yes!”
  • “01/01/21” (Date of Wedding)
  • “Groom”
  • “Bride”

Things to write on macarons for a birthday party

  • “Birthday”
  • “21” – (# years old)
  • “Celebrate”
  • “Happy Birthday!”
  • “Over the Hill” (40th birthday)
how to write on macarons

Using your edible marker you can write small details on macarons to create face shapes. In the above photo, you can see how we’ve used the marker to create eye lashes on a unicorn macaron.

Cool Macaron Designs

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Macarons can be one of the most special and thoughtful gifts you can give someone. They can be customized to represent a theme or special occasion.

Here are some ideas for your next macaron batch.

Heart Macarons

You can make some personalized macarons by creating heart shapes using your macaron batter. Use your piping tip made one diagonal line, then continue and make another diagonal line. Use a toothpick to manipulate the batter into the heart sharp you’re wanting. You can use the toothpick to make more of a point at the bottom of the heart, and to join the intersecting batter to mold the heart together.

cool macaron designs

Teddy Bear Macarons

To make the bear macaron design, make your initial circle the head. Be sure to have enough room above the head to create 2 smaller circles for the ears.

Next, put another circle below the head for the body. Add 2 more smaller circles beside it for the arms.

Add the feet by adding 2 more circles on the bottom of the body circle. Remove the air bubbles from the macaron.

Let the bear dry for 15 minutes. Add the final nose circle. Only add a small amount of batter for the nose. A little goes a long way.

Bake the macarons and let them come to room temperature.

To create the bear design, make 2 small circles for the eyes using an edible marker.

Add an upside down triangle onto the nose piece. Make 2 lines of opposing fish hooks underneath that.

This creates a cool macaron design of a teddy bear. You can use this design for kids or birthday celebrations.

cool macaron designs

Honey Bee Bear Macaron

To make the bear design, add 2 small circles onto your regular circular macaron.

Once the macaron has baked and cooled, you’re ready to add the 2 circles for the eyes. Above the circles add 2 semi circles for eye brows.

Add 1 nose circle a bit below the eyes in the center of the macaron.

You can continue the design by adding a sideways teardrop on its face. Add 2 smaller teardrops for wings.

Add a couple of lines on the body and a circle for the eye of the bee.

Finally, add small lines for the path of the bee.

Bee Macaron

To make the large bee macaron, make the macaron a teardrop shape.

Then add the wings of the bee overtop of the body.

Using a toothpick, make a point at the end of the bee macaron for a stinger.

Bake the macarons and let them cool.

Spread melted white chocolate over the wings in a sweeping motion. This creates the wings center that pushes the white chocolate into the center of the wing making it more eye catching.

Add 2 antennae to the bee macaron by adding 2 semi circles side by side. Add 2 circles on the end of the semicircles on the top.

Write 1 circle for the eye close to the edge of the macaron.

Add 2-3 stipes. One black stripe should be at the end of the macaron for the stinger.

How to Make Character Macarons

Truck Macaron

Begin by making a box shape with your macaron batter. Add a small rectangle on top for the cab of the truck macaron.

Add 2 circles on top of the bottle rectangle for the wheels.

Sprinkle a bit of cookie crumbs on the edge of the larger rectangle. This gives the look of carrying dirt in the truck bed.

Bake the truck macarons and let them cool.

Add the final designs of the truck by coloring wheels, tracing the outside of the macaron, and making a window.

This unique macaron design is sure to impress your guests.