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I'm new to trying maccroons, I was wondering if anyone can give advice on them, I want to try making them, but I need to know witch is the best to buy the maccroon mat, or pan? Please help thank in advance:)
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Hi!  For a cheap but easy way to make perfectly round macarons, print a couple of sheets of paper with circles printed on them, spaced out.  Place this under your parchment paper on your cookie sheet, and pipe your macarons.  Pull out the circle sheets after the macarons have set up, but before you bake them.

 

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post #3 of 6

Liz what a great idea!! thumbs_up.gif

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Thanks!  I can't claim credit for coming up with this - just passing on another person's great idea!  It does work well, though!

 

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post #5 of 6

So smart! I'm making macarons this weekend. So glad I saw this comment first!

post #6 of 6

OP it's macarons, pronounced like macaroni without the i at the end.  I just wanted to correct the spelling so if you do a Google search you will get accurate results.  The book Mad About Macarons by Jill Colonna is a great book.

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