Monday, February 4, 2013

Assorted Cute Macarons



I made these macarons for my friend’s baby shower. The rabbit is Miffy, and the bear on the right is the teddy bear that Miffy always carries around. We also have a guest star, Rilakkuma, a popular Japanese bear character.

For the filling, I made lemon buttercream to go with Miffy, and salted caramel buttercream to go with both the bears.

The recipe and technique for making these macarons are the same as the panda bear macarons that I made a few months ago. So I will not repost it here. However, I’m thinking about putting up a step-by-step tutorial for making the Rilakkuma macarons depending on the number of interests. Just leave a comment below or send me an email if you are keen.


14 comments:

  1. I adore your blog. So cute and crisp and lovely. I love Rilakkuma too!

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  2. yes please!! :D I would like to make it for friends

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  3. ADORABLE! love them so much! btw, how do subscribe to your blog? I don't see the icon....

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  4. I love Miffy! I have tons of Miffy children books back in the days. These macarons are way too cute! It must be hard to take a bite at them.

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  5. Oh, my God! They're so cute!!! A wonderful idea.

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  6. Please post the Rilakkuma bear tutorial! :)

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  7. Oh, these are so cute! I bet they taste delicious too. I still don't have the patience to make cute adorable little creatures with macarons yet. One day... maybe. :)

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  8. Please post the rilakkuma tutorial, what are u using to make the eyes, mouth? Thanks :)

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    1. There wasn't much interest in the rilakkuma macaron tutorial, so I don't think I will post a tutorial on that. For the eyes and mouth, I used royal icing (egg whites, icing sugar and black colouring), pipe it on the macaron after it has form a crust and just prior to baking. Hope that helps.

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  9. Please please post the rilakkuma tutorial ! They are so adorable!

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  10. How about cat shaped macarons? This is so cute, I don't wanna eat them!

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  11. Please post the tutorial for the rilakkuma macarons!! I'd love to make these and it would be greatly appreciated too...

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  12. Please do a tutorial on the Rilakkuma macarons. I am unable to find a tutorial anywhere for these :(

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  13. Hi ! Your blog is amazing, please post a tutorial on the Rilakkuma macarons.
    Thank you for this blog

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