Macarons

Have you been to France? If so, you have surely seen the famous “Macarons“. This small cookie has gained very much popularity in the recent years among tourists and not only. Whether they are chocolate, vanilla or raspberry macarons, they are widely enjoyed by everyone! They are basically small, round soft cookies, made up from egg whites, icing sugar, granulated sugar, almond powder or ground almond, and food coloring. They contain a jam or buttercream filling. Their name originates from Italy, where “maccarone” means at its origins crush or beat. There are very many countries nowadays serving macarons – Switzerland, Japan, France, South Korea, Romania, New Zealand, England. In Paris, there are certain exquisite places where you can serve this delicious cookie – macaron – the French pâtisserie Laduree, McDonald’s and Paul. You can encounter all of them most of all along Champs-Elysées. The price of one piece depends on the size or number of cookies. They are sold in specially manufactured boxes. One piece can cost from 1 euro to 2,5 euro, depending on the area. However, such a tasty French cookie definetely deserves enjoyed and maybe… photographed!

Chocolate, cappucino, vanilla, red fruits macarons - Source tchochkes.com
Chocolate, cappucino, vanilla, red fruits macarons – Source tchochkes.com


Laduree Box for Macarons Paris Champs Élysées
Laduree Box for Macarons Paris Champs Élysées

Laduree Paris
Laduree Paris

Macarons at LaDuree - Source purentonline.com
Macarons at LaDuree – Source purentonline.com

Macarons Flavours Paris
Macarons Flavours Paris


Macarons Glace Champs Élysées Paris
Macarons Glace Champs Élysées Paris

Macarons in the Box - Source dashashash.files.wordpress.com
Macarons in the Box – Source dashashash.files.wordpress.com

Macarons the Famous French Recipe
Macarons the Famous French Recipe

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