Macarons—a coveted treat
French macarons are known for being a considerable challenge to bakers. The slightest change in process, environment, or ingredient quality can lead to disastrous consequences. Famous pastry chefs around the world can’t even agree on how to combine the ingredients to achieve a perfect macaron. When working from scratch, perfection is truly elusive!
The sought-after traits of the perfect macaron are: a soft yet crisp shell, a chewy inside, a smooth and clear surface, and a well defined, straight skirt. That satisfying first bite which yields both an initial crunch and a welcoming inner chewiness cannot be denied.
Angel Bake’s French Macaron Mix provides all these traits and makes baking this sought-after treat a cinch. Instead of fretting over each batch from scratch, with Angel Bake you focus on how you’ll color, flavor, and fill the shells. The mix ensures the perfect macaron cookies; you decide the rest.
And its so simple—just add water, whip, pipe and bake.
Perfect results every time!
Buttercream makes the cake
What makes a cake special? A perfect creamy frosting. Unfortunately, many bakeries opt to use sugary, chalky icing products stored in plastic tubs. Why? Making fresh Swiss buttercream is too time consuming and prone to error. Making Swiss buttercream from scratch isn’t for the faint of heart—you make the meringue, whipping in butter on a steam bath while watching the temperature. If it gets too warm your meringue cooks and, too low, there’s a risk of food-borne illness!
Angel Bake challenged master chefs to find a simple and risk-free solution that tastes and performs just like the traditional recipe perfected in Europe. Angel Bake’s Swiss Buttercream Mix avoids all the hydrogenated oils, stabilizers, starch, flavor enhancers, and preservatives of ready-made frostings. The Angel Bake mix is easy to make and performs the same or better than conventional tub frosting while offering a creamy, delicious product to embellish your cake creation.
And its so simple—just add water & butter, whip, and spread.
Simple and dependable results you can count on!
Why use a mix to bake macarons?
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