Changing eggs for macarons!

Hi everyone! It’s been a while since my last post, and I am sorry. The nice weather and the good company are the ones to blame. 

Today I want to share with you something sweet and according to the easter holidays. 

Although you may know already, in some McDonald’s there’s an area dedicated to coffee and bakery.  For some reason I don’t know why, a few months ago, after having a meal on that restaurant, on my way out I saw a picture of one of the most famous French desserts, and no, I did not see a croissant, but a Macaron!! I couldn’t believe they were selling those in there! 

That colourful mini-cake is, a part of adorable and sort of expensive sweet for its size (about 0,90-1€ each), one of the most sweetest and delicious thing you can ever eat. And as always, those things become even more tasty accompanied with a good cappuccino and, obviously with a great company. 

                                



Usually, the color matches its favour, so you can find infinity of varieties. Chocolate, strawberry, berry, pistachio, orange, lemon… and a way long list. 

I know that with easter came decorated eggs, really colourful eggs, but what about doing something with those instead?

I would like to share with you all a webpage of cooking lessons, but made easily. It’s called SORTED, where some guys cook in a easy way something that really stands out. 


So if you want to know how you can do bake your own macarons, feel free to click on the image of my experience. 

Don’t forget to subscribe/follow and leave a comment below and if you try to cook those, tell me how it went. 


See you soon, 


             Cristina
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