Historic French Macarons
A Macaron is a sweet tiny sandwich cookie made with egg white, icing sugar, granulated sugar, almond meal and food coloring. Colorful, crunchy, delicate, macarons can always be seen in cafes and bakery shops all across French. Not to be confused with Macaroons, they are different although both share some ingredients and both names originated from the Latin word maccare. Macaroons are small and slapdash coconut haystacks, and are often dipped in chocolate while enjoying.