Wednesday, May 2, 2012

Sweet stuff

I have a very sweet tooth. But, I have to admit to totally missing the Macaroon boat. I have never (until today) had the pleasure of one of these colourful, sweet delights. So, when I saw one last box sitting all alone on the shelf in my supermarket (and reduced!) I decided to treat myself. I got them home and they almost looked too good to eat, so I thought I'd take a few pics to share before I made them disappear...















And I have to say, I was very pleasantly surprised! They really do taste as good as they look.

Hope your week is full of sweetness.
Hugs, B x

9 comments:

Milk Tray said...

Yummy! They look far too good to eat, so pretty.x

The Snowdrop Project said...

Must admit, until I'd tasted a macaroon, I'd have said they were not my thing!!
Just keep me away from them now!
Have a great day,
Lizx

Jacqueline @ HOME said...

I LOVE macaroons B ..... the first one that I had was at The Ritz when I went for tea. I'm not one for cakes as I love savoury things the best but, macaroons are delicious.Now that you've found them there will be no turning back !!!! XXXX

Mrs. Sutton said...

I LOVE those dainty macaroons - I've even gone as far as to try to make them - it was FAR too much time and effort methinks (although the books look pretty on my shelf, so not a total loss!). I'll stick to buying them from now on - OFTEN! Paula x
p.s. You photos are spectacular - good enough to blow up and have framed on the wall. What camera do you use??

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Hello Ms. B!! I love your sweet, gilded teacup ;) And, I can eat lots of those little sweets, btw.
Beautiful photos, too!!
Have a great weekend!
Loi
Tone on tone

Young at Heart said...

yeah...not quite the macaroon that Alan Bennet mught have shared with Thora Hird....an infinately more delicious dish!!

koralee said...

What fun...they are beauties. I made them once...they turned out pretty but I did not like my filling. Hugs to you my friend...hope you had a blessed Mother's day. xoxoxo

Red Rose Alley said...

I have never tasted these, and I've always wanted to. I am giving Nel a wedding shower in August, and it is a Paris theme, so I wanted to have these for the dessert. Your pictures make them look so yummy. Great pictures!
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

write in tights said...

Those look gorgeous with the extra sprinkling on top! We made some recently. How lovely.
<3

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