Easy Coffee Macarons Recipe
These coffee macaron recipes are delicious, easy to make with few simple ingredients and ready in just under 30 minutes. This recipe is great for snacks and for morning breakfasts and you will love in any holidays.
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First, take the powdered sugar and the almond flour together into a bowl.
Put it aside.
Add some water to a pan. Then, bring it to a simmer.
When the water is hot enough, you’ll need to combine the egg whites and granulated sugar.
Keep stirring over the heat until they are combined.
When you can dip your fingers into the mixture and not feel any sugar granules, it’s ready.
Add the egg mixture to a stand mixer.
You’ll want to start on a medium speed for half a minute. Then, you’ll need to turn it onto a high speed for two to three minutes.
Once the peaks are forming, stop whisking.
Add in the almond flour mixture.
You’ll need to gently mix it in.
This is also the time for you to add in any food coloring that you are using.
Now add in the espresso powder.
You just need to use two to three folds, to make sure that everything has been combined properly.
Piping the Cookies
You will need to spray the mould with oil to ensure that the mixture doesn’t stick.
Now set the oven to 162° C or 325°F for preheating.
Add the mixture to your piping bag.
Then, apply gentle pressure, to force the mixture out of the bag. In the end, twist the bag and raise it. Move onto the next mould and repeat the process.
Once you’ve finished piping, bump the mould against the table to remove any air bubbles.
Put the tray into the oven.
Bake for around 15 to 20 minutes.
You’ll know that the cookies are ready when they turn a deep color. Furthermore, they should be solid and shouldn’t jiggle when you touch them.
Making the Frosting
Add the cream cheese and butter into a mixer.
Put the machine on low and wait until they are combined.
Then, you’ll need to add in the powdered sugar.
Turn the mixer onto high until it starts to cream. Often, this will take around a minute.
Add vanilla extract.
Lastly, add the espresso powder.
When the cookies are cool enough, pipe a layer of frosting in between them.
Serving the Macarons
Once you have applied the icing, you’ll need to put the mixture into the fridge, in an airtight container.
Leave them overnight to set.
Serve the Macarons with coffee.
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