Mavel's Avengers: Infinity War Inspired French Macarons (Keto Approved) Recipe

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A simple recipe for Keto approved French macarons (commonly misspelled macaroons) – inspired by Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War! A delicious and easy dessert to make for any Marvel themed party! We made six different flavored macarons to represent the six Infinity Stones. They are Keto approved and ONLY 2.5 net carbs per macaron! ENJOY!

Mind Stone – Yellow Macaron – Lemon Flavored
Time Stone – Green Macaron – Lime Flavored
Space Stone – Blue Macaron – Raspberry flavored
Reality Stone – Red Macaron – Strawberry Flavored
Power Stone – Purple Macaron – Vanilla Flavored
Soul Stone – Orange Macaron – Orange Flavored

Recipe Blog Post here:

To Make Macarons:
2/3 cup Almond Flour
1/2 cup Swerve Confectionate
2 Egg Whites
1/2 teaspoon flavor extract
1-2 drops food coloring

To Make Buttercream Filling:
4 tablespoons unsalted butter
1/3 cup Swerve Confectionate
2 tablespoons heavy whipping cream
1/2 teaspoon vanilla extract

These are delicious – just don’t share them with Thanos! You never know what he might do with them!

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  1. My egg whites were not as fluffy as they should have been so mine didn't really spread or rise and I used gel food color and vanilla bean paste for flavoring so my batter was much stiffer than yours. Still tasted great and I used less butter cream and added a tiny bit of all fruit blackberry spread. Do you have the complete macros on these? Thanks 🙂

  2. I see a few comments that the "feet" didn't develop. That's because of the "macaronage" technique. When folding in the egg whites, you have to keep folding and cutting in the middle until the point that you can pick up some batter on the spatula, do a figure 8 and it will slowly disappear within 4-5 seconds. It's a tricky technique – you can under blend and not get feet, or over blend and end up with them splitting. It just takes lots of practice. Also, they sell silicone baking sheets with the circles already printed on them which helps to keep them uniform in size. Also, after filling with buttercream or a filling of your choice, they are best if you wait overnight before eating them. This gives the filling a chance to set up (in the refrigerator) and also absorb some flavor into the macaron itself. Finally, to avoid the peaks when piping, pipe the batter and give a little sideways "flip" when you release the pressure on the piping bag.

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