Recipe: Trio Of Macarons


You can see why people became addicted to the beauty of macarons... in fact... our original recipe for Jenna Marbles is our most popular video of all time! This time though, we mix up the flavours and make the process super sexy... proper food porn.


  • 100 g raspberry ganache
  • 100 g orange curd
  • 125 g ground almonds
  • 1 tsp cocoa powder
  • 100 g white chocolate ganache
  • 75 g caster sugar
  • 1 drop pandan extract
  • 175 g icing sugar
  • 1 tsp rose water
  • 3 egg whites
  • 1 bunch tarragon
make the base mixture

Step 1

Make The Base Mixture

Separate the eggs and chuck the whites into the bowl of a mixer. Whisk the whites to soft peaks, then add the sugar.
 Continue to whisk to stiff, glossy peaks.
 Sieve the almonds and icing sugar into the bowl and gently fold in.

add flavours

Step 2

Add Flavours

Divide the mixture into three bowls, each with a different flavour. We made one with rose water and a drop of pink colouring, one with tarragon and a drop of pandan extract
 and one with cocoa powder.

pipe macarons onto tray

Step 3

Pipe Macarons Onto Tray

Scoop the mixture into separate piping bags.
 Line a baking tray with baking paper or a silicon mat and pipe small circles (3cm across) onto the tray, leaving a small gap between each macaron.
 Set the tray aside to rest for 15 minutes, allowing a slight skin to form.

preheat the oven

Step 4

Preheat The Oven

Preheat the oven to 160ºC.

drop & bake

Step 5

Drop & Bake

Pick the tray up and drop it onto a flat surface from a small height to form 'feet'. Bake for 15 minutes, then remove and allow to chill at room temperate until completely cold.

assemble & serve

Step 6

Assemble & Serve

Sandwich the rose macarons with raspberry filling, the tarragon with the white chocolate filling and the chocolate with the orange filling.
 Serve as petit fours or sweet snacks.
 Makes 48



I made SORTED's macarons, they are amazing and surprisingly easy! I've had a couple bad experiences with macarons before, but this time it went just right! They taste amazing, I made vanilla/nutella, raspberry/jam and peppermint/chocolate ganache/buttercream Do try these I love them and definately going to make them again(:


Screwed up the sizes, to much batter. Oh well.


Genmaicha eclair with seaweed and puffed brown rice as decoration, and black sesame, matcha, and hijocha (roasted green tea) macarons from Sadaharu Aoki in Paris, France. C'est une pâtisserie incontournable !


I made this delicious treats a while ago but I would give anything to have them now


This was a lovely shop I came across walking in Champs Élysée, it had delicious macarons. I wish I had taken pictures of the marvelous food I had in Paris, but I only remembered I had to do that half through the meal...

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