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  1. So yummy!!

    But if I do such delicate bakery, I bet I’ll fail so many countless times. :p
    No wander they sell 1 macaroon for almost $3 each.

  2. They look beautiful……but no offense, they are called MACARONS. Period. They are not French macaroons. Macaroons is a completely different cookie. Whether you say it in French or English, it is still called MACARON. Look it up!

    • Hi there! Thank-you Craig for your comment. That’s really interesting. Like you said, I looked it up and found quite a few places calling it by more than one name. You would find macaron from allrecipes.com, and French macaroon at foodnetwork.com. To help out people who may know it by one name and not the other, I have used the two together. Hope that makes sense 🙂

  3. Is it ok to leave the macarons out after the pumpkin buttercream filling is on them? I pulled them out of the fridge this morning with the intention to bring them to work to share and totally forgot and walked out the door without them. They’ve been sitting in my lunch bag for 8 hours. I wasn’t sure if they would still be ok to eat with using the pumpkin purée and whipping cream in them. I made them last night and OMG! I am in love with the pumpkin buttercream!!! This is a great recipe.

    • Hi Rhonda

      Thanks for trying out the recipe. : ) It’s a shame your work colleagues didn’t get to try them!
      Depending on how hot it is today where you are, as long as they are in a cool place out of the sun, I believe they should be ok. Try some and If they taste sour , it’s best you throw them out.
      Hopefully they will be ok. : )

      Korie

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