Salted Caramel & Chocolate Ganache Macarons

I LOVE macarons! They were literally the first things I started baking with an obsession. Literally baked over 200 macarons a day until I perfected them! (No that’s not a joke, it’s for real, my husbands weight proves it 😁).

I decided this time that I would put together two of my favorite flavors – Salted Caramel and Chocolate Ganache! Do I hear a ‘YUM’!! Below I have a link to my macaron recipe and my Salted caramel Recipe – the chocolate ganache is written below as well! So try it guys, it’s amazing!

Here’s how you bake it!

INGREDIENTS :

For the Macaron Shell-

Click here for the full recipe –> Macaron Recipe

For the Salted Caramel –

Cluck here for the full recipe –> Salted Caramel

For the Chocolate Ganache –

  • 200g dark chocolate, chopped ( I use 75%)
  • 1 cup cream
  • Pinch of sea salt

METHOD :

For the Macaron Shell – Click here

For the Salted Caramel – Click here

For the Chocolate Ganache –

  1. Our the chopped chocolates in a medium sized bowl with the sea salt.
  2. In a small saucepan heat up the cream on medium heat until it ‘just’ starts to bubble. Then pour it onto the chocolate and let it sit for ten minutes. Do NOT stir.
  3. After ten minutes, mix the chocolate until the cream is fully combined. Then leave for another 25-30 minutes until it stiffens ‘slightly’.
  4. Then with a hand held mixer, mix the chocolate until a thick Ganache cream appears. And Voila! Your Ganache is ready!

Assembly –

Grab each shell, and pipe a circle onto the inside of the shell – it should look like a donut so with a hole in the center. Then pour the Salted Caramel into the hole and cover with another Macaron.

And you’re all set to eat them allll up! 😉

Enjoy!

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