We have some very exciting news today on Sweet Talk. Today kicks off the First Annual Macaron Challenge!
What is the Macaron Challenge?
I’m glad you asked! We recruited 13 of our favorite bloggers, and boy do we have a great mix! We have everything from a blogger who makes works of art from her recipes to a vegetarian blogger who hopes to find a way to make a completely vegetarian macaron!
How does it work?
We’ve given out a home version of our top secret macaron recipe to each of the 13 bloggers. The recipe is our very basic macaron recipe, no strawberries or fun fillings or anything like that. It is up to each blogger to put their unique spin on Sucré’s world famous macarons. They will document their progress and write an article along with their macaron entry sometime during the month of April. As each person completes their recipe we will add it to this page so that you can check out their handy work.
Deborah from Taste and Tell gives some stellar insight into one of the more debated aspects of macaron making, resting. Find out more about her experience and how she came up with her unique flavor at Taste and Tell.
Salli from They Draw and Cook let her readers point her in the direction of a savory creation. She also draws all her recipes so you can have a print out of a beautiful macaron recipe, check it out at They Draw and Cook.
After trying a handful of recipes Joanne landed on the Snickerdoodle for her macaron inspiration. You’ll feel like you’re right there next to her in the kitchen as she recounts her tale at Eats Well With Others.
Taking a page from our own Easter macaron playbook Anita serves up some tasty treats. You’ll definitely have to “peep” this out at Dessert First.
Jennifer takes her first crack at macaron making and if you are thinking about making your own macarons for the first time, you’ll definitely want to read the tips over at Celebrating Everyday Life.
Beth brings out the campfire and an immersive photo journey in her quest to make smore macarons, read all about it at Budget Bytes.
Rachel imagined the macaron center as a similar idea to the froth on a root beer float and provides further instructions on how she made her macarons over at Coconut & Lime.
Susie includes in her recipe rose petals ground in her mortar and pestle. Have I caught your attention, find out more at We Are Not Martha.
Kelsey found a way to make the most refreshing sounding recipe we’ve seen yet, find out more at The Naptime Chef.
Alanna is our vegetable inclined blogger who not only came up with a veggie friendly recipe but nailed them on her first try, find out more at A Veggie Venture.
Ileana took a journey through chocolate and macaron town. Find out what she felt was the easiest and hardest parts about making macarons at A Little Saffron.
You, the Sucré reader, get to choose which three blogs will be finalists by voting on your favorite macaron below. Granted, you won’t be able to taste their creations so we are asking you to judge each macaron on their creativity and presentation. At the end of April the three blogs with the most votes will be revealed to Tariq, our Executive Pastry Chef, and he will select his favorite. This blogger gets their very own Sucré Macaron Subscription so they can enjoy macarons all year long! Check this page regularly throughout the month of April for updates on the Macaron Challenge!
Official Sucré Macaron Challengers!