Not just motorcycles in Millvale. Took these assorted macarons to the graduation party as a hostess gift.
They’re so colorful. And they melt in your mouth delicious.
Jean-Marc was featured on the blog before. We are so fortunate to have a true French bakery right in Millvale.
Here ‘s what Jean-Marc says about the macarons on his website
“Macarons, or French Macaroons, are GLUTEN FREE meringue-like almond cookies
filled with a buttercream or white chocolate ganache that is infused with natural flavors.
Extremely popular in Paris, Macarons are now available for Pittsburghers who long to
revisit their memories of travel abroad, or for those who want to try them for the first time.”
My mom-in-law LOVES Macarons. There’s a place in Portland where we can get them, but I need to try making them again myself. The first ones I made were not so pretty, but they were delicious!
Your photos make them look very good. I must drop over to get some. Thanks for sharing.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
These are colored so beautifully that they don’t look real — and yet I’m salivating. This ain’t right, Ruth.
macarons… I Like!
They look incredible! I love macarons!
They look delish and so colorful.
I love, love, love macarons! I ate them for the first time when I was in Paris. Jean Marc’s macarons are just as delicious. Mmmm. I wish I had one right now!
Beautiful to the eye and to the palate
I have to admit I’m not a huge fan of macaroons (maybe ‘cuz I haven’t had Jean-Marc’s =P) but these are so colourful and cute!
I just telephoned to ask the price for a box of 12, and would they ship?! [maybe-depends] Got to get to Millvale and get a macaron for me!!!
I’ve never had a macaroon before. I think I’ll have to try one some day.
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