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Must-Try Double Chocolate French Macaron Recipe

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Must-Try Double Chocolate French Macaron Recipe
Must-Try Double Chocolate French Macaron Recipe

"This double chocolate French macaron recipe has been perfected by my Aunt Carla and myself. We must've made over a thousand macarons. It really is an art, and it's not that difficult, but definitely takes a little practice. The result is worth all the effort. These are crowd pleasers for sure. The first thing to know about macarons is that you can rarely get away with flavoring the shells. Because their main ingredient is whipped egg whites, it's difficult to add flavor. Most extracts will cause your whites to fall. So, color is usually added, and the flavor is put in the filling."

NotesTo make these, you'll need to follow this French macaron recipe with just a couple alterations.

Find the full list here for the shells,
and the chocolate ganache recipes here.
For the shells, you won't need any food coloring, but you will need 1/3 cup of alkalized cocoa powder. Otherwise just get everything else from that recipe linked above. (The chocolate ganache is the same.)
Follow link to see the information on how to make these

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