Easy Lumpy Space Princess macarons with a simple ube cheesecake filling! This design is very easy for beginner character macaron bakers since only one colored batter is made. Plus, each LSP is pretty much one big blob, so you don’t have to pipe on numerous layers of macaron batter per cookie. Post-bake, these Adventure Time macarons are decorated with dyed white chocolate and edible markers!
Duck Macarons with Lemon Cheesecake Filling (French Method)
Cute, easy duck macarons with a lemon cheesecake filling! This design is very easy for beginner character macaron bakers since only one colored batter is made. Plus, each duck is pretty much one big blob, so you don’t have to pipe on numerous layers of macaron batter per cookie. Post-bake, the duckie macarons are decorated with dyed white chocolate and edible markers!
Chocolate Pig Macarons (French Method)
Cute, easy pig macarons filled with a smooth chocolate ganache! This design is very easy for beginner character macaron bakers, since the shells are plain circles. Post-bake, the piggies are decorated with dyed white chocolate and edible markers!
Strawberry Cheesecake Kirby Macarons (French Method)
Adorable, angy Kirby French macaron shells, sandwiched together with a not-too-sweet strawberry cheesecake filling, and decorated using edible markers.
Cute Polar Bear Macarons with Oreo Cheesecake Filling (French Method)
These polar bear macarons with Oreo cheesecake filling are easy to pipe, especially if you’re new at creating character macarons. The best part is, you don’t have to wait for any layers of batter to dry, so you can pipe everything in one go. And, the filling is very quick to make! You just whip up softened cream cheese, heavy cream, powdered sugar, and then fold in a few crushed Oreo
Bear-Shaped Thai Tea White Chocolate Macarons
*If this is your first time making macarons, check out my more in-depth post on how to make macarons. You can find more pictures, GIFS, and macaron templates on that page! I also recommend reading Mimi’s macaron post. Estimated cost: $4.66 per 12 macarons, $0.39 per macaron I’ve been really excited about Halo Pantry, a brand that sells all natural …
Bear-Shaped Chocolate Macarons
Estimated cost: $2.72 per 12 macarons, $0.23 per macaron How cute are these chocolate bear macarons?! I think they’re one of the cutest things I’ve ever baked, and I’m excited to share with you how I made them. The shells are infused with cocoa powder and are sandwiched together with a rich chocolate ganache. If you want to try venturing …
Frog-Shaped Matcha White Chocolate Macarons
disclaimer: this blog post may contain affiliate links Estimated cost: $3.75 per 12 frog macarons, $0.31 per frog macaron Matcha white chocolate is one of my favorite flavor combinations, hands down! The bitterness of the matcha perfectly balances the sweetness of the white chocolate, and when you add these ingredients to macarons, you get one delicious treat. And, if you …
Ice Cream Shaped Macarons with Chocolate Ganache (Template Included!)
Estimated cost: $5.35 for 20 macarons, $0.26 per macaron If you’re in the Boston area, you can order my macarons here! All profits go to a charity of your choice. I’ve always wanted to make ice cream-shaped macarons, so I was really excited when I received an order request for these. The profits for these went to St. Jude Research …
Cinnamon Bun Macarons with Easy Cream Cheese Filling
These cinnamon bun macarons were inspired by one of my favorite desserts: cinnamon buns! And now they’re one of the top-selling items on my menu, alongside my Ferrero Rocher macarons.
Swirl French Macarons (with Chocolate Coffee Ganache)
Over the years, I’ve tried and adapted different recipes/techniques and watched way too many macaronage videos. With everything I’ve learned from other blogs and my own troubleshooting, I’m excited to share my recipe + tips in achieving full, chewy macaron shells with every bake.