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8 INGREDIENTS 17 STEPS 2hr 45min

Hazelnut Caramel Coffee Macarons

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2 Ratings
These Hazelnut Caramel Coffee Macarons are worth the effort. They taste like one of those ridiculously expensive gourmet flavored coffees and they are so light and airy, you can't eat just one. I know my mom would love to receive these on Mother's Day.
Hazelnut Caramel Coffee Macarons Recipe | SideChef
These Hazelnut Caramel Coffee Macarons are worth the effort. They taste like one of those ridiculously expensive gourmet flavored coffees and they are so light and airy, you can't eat just one. I know my mom would love to receive these on Mother's Day.
I am a stay at home mother to two cute and rowdy kids and a wife to a supportive husband. I’m addicted to sweets & love trying new recipes.
http://www.thesweetchick.com
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I am a stay at home mother to two cute and rowdy kids and a wife to a supportive husband. I’m addicted to sweets & love trying new recipes.
http://www.thesweetchick.com
2hr 45min
Total Time
$1.26
Cost Per Serving

Ingredients

Servings
10
US / METRIC

Macarons

1 3/4 cups
Powdered Confectioners Sugar
1 cup
Hazelnut Flour
4
Large Eggs , separated
just the whites, 4 oz. total

Filling

1 cup
Butter , softened
2 cups
Powdered Confectioners Sugar
1/2 cup
Caramel Topping
I used Hershey's
1 tsp
Coffee Extract
I used Watkin's
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Nutrition Per Serving

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CALORIES
508
FAT
26.2 g
PROTEIN
4.5 g
CARBS
64.6 g

Author's Notes

You will need a kitchen scale and sifter for this recipe. Macarons can be kept sealed in an airtight container for up to 1 week in the fridge. This recipe makes 50 macarons, and is adapted from Sur La Table.

Cooking Instructions

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Step 1
Prepare circle templates. I made 1 1/2-inch circles on a piece of paper 1/2-inch apart. Line baking sheets with parchment paper, placing the template under the parchment.
Step 2
In a food processor, pulse a third of the Powdered Confectioners Sugar (2/3 cup) and the Hazelnut Flour (1 cup) to form a fine powder.
Step 3
Sift the hazelnut flour mixture twice, and sift the remaining Powdered Confectioners Sugar (1 cup) twice.
Step 4
In a large bowl, combine the hazelnut flour mixture and the sifted powdered sugar.
Step 5
In the bowl of a stand mixer, add whites of the Eggs (4) . Using the whisk attachment, whisk whites on medium speed until foamy.
Step 6
Gradually add the Granulated Sugar (1/2 cup) . Once all sugar is added, scrape down the sides of the bowl. Increase mixer speed to high and continue whisking until stiff, firm, glossy peaks form.
Step 7
Sift the hazelnut flour mixture 1/3 at a time over the egg white mixture. Carefully fold using a large silicone spatula until mixture is smooth and shiny. Repeat process for the remainder of the powdered sugar mixture.
Step 8
Place the macaron mixture into a piping bag with a round tip. With the piping tip 1/2-inch above the template, pipe 1 1/2-inch circles onto parchment paper-lined baking sheets.
Step 9
Once finished, gently tap baking sheet on your work surface to release any air bubbles and help form the "feet" of the macarons. Let macarons stand at room temperature for 30 minutes.
Step 10
During this time, preheat oven to 375 degrees F (190 degrees C). Macarons will be ready to bake when they no longer stick to your finger when lightly touched. Do not forget to remove the template paper before baking.
Step 11
When ready, bake for 10 to 15 minutes or until they are crisp and firm. Rotate baking sheets halfway through to promote consistent baking.
Step 12
Remove from oven and let cool for 2-3 minutes. Then carefully remove the macarons from parchment paper and place on a wire rack to cool completely.
Step 13
Make the filling. In a stand mixer, cream together the Butter (1 cup) and Powdered Confectioners Sugar (2 cups) , until smooth.
Step 14
Add the Caramel Topping (1/2 cup) and mix well.
Step 15
Add the Coffee Extract (1 tsp) and mix until fully incorporated. The buttercream should be really firm to pipe it properly, so I popped mine in the fridge for 15 minutes before using it.
Step 16
Place filling in a piping bag with round tip. Pipe filling onto one macaron and then sandwich it together with another one. Repeat for remaining macarons.
Step 17
Macarons should be placed in the fridge for 24 hours before eating. This is how they mature and reach their full flavor. You can eat one right away, but when you eat one the next day it will be so much better. Be patient and enjoy!
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Nutrition Per Serving
Calories
508
% Daily Value*
Fat
26.2 g
34%
Saturated Fat
12.7 g
64%
Trans Fat
0.0 g
--
Cholesterol
124.5 mg
42%
Carbohydrates
64.6 g
23%
Fiber
1.6 g
6%
Sugars
60.7 g
--
Protein
4.5 g
9%
Sodium
86.5 mg
4%
Vitamin D
0.4 µg
2%
Calcium
35.5 mg
3%
Iron
1.2 mg
7%
Potassium
121.6 mg
3%
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