Macaroons are a Passover classic. Around here, none of us really cared for them. Until now.
I set out to make a macaroon that had a smoother texture, an interesting flavor, and was not cloyingly sweet. These definately fit the bill.
I added a little cinnamon to the mix, and drizzled them with a spicy dark chocolate that had just hint of cayenne pepper in it. The result was a rich, almost creamy cookie, that melted in our mouths. The coconut seemed to meld seamlessly with the rest of the cookie, and the cinnamon and spice balanced out the sweetness.
The final verdict: “Nailed it!”
These three coconut macaroon haters must have been converted, because shortly after these photos were taken, the cookies disappeared.
Don’t worry though; we’ll make more!
And did we mention that they are gluten free?
Easter is less than two weeks away and it’s time to start thinking about Easter baskets. Here at indigo jones eats, we are way ahead of you.
We have added an extra touch of whimsy to our Easter edition of s’mores. Our handmade graham crackers sandwich an arisanal marshmallow and are held together with pure chocolate. They are individually drizzled with candy colors.
Each order comes with a bunny, a carrot and an egg as shown above.
Because each one is individually made, there may be slight variations in the decoration.
Gift packaging available.
To order, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org | 917.375.0898
Passover is coming, and Jews around the world honor their ancestors by eating unleavened bread called matzo. We thought it might be fun to turn our classic s’mores into a Passover treat. Take it from us, you don’t need to be Jewish to enjoy these! We call it matzo brittle.
It’s a crisp matzo cracker, coated with caramel and topped with dark chocolate and white chocolate swirled together to marbleized perfection. Inside is a fluffy white marshmallow.
The matzo brittle is so addictingly delicious, you might just want a box of it to nibble on all by itself!