C’est Magnifique! Learn to Make Macarons in New York
Bonjour! Did you know that despite macarons being a French treat, the word and dessert is actually derived from Italy? So really, we should be saying "ciao". Regardless of the origin of macarons (and how to spell it, which is an entirely different story), the sweet treats are popular around the world and come in a variety of delicious flavors. In America, they're considered a French delicacy, but for New Yorkers they're commonplace to buy - just not so much to make. But baking them is possible! This French, meringue-based dessert could be your new favorite party treat (or everyday treat). Here are some of the best classes in all of NYC to make macarons. Bon appetit.

All the colors of the rainbow

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Care for some colorful meringues? In this class, you'll be making macarons beyond the traditional flavors to make a full set of these tasty treats. From delicious jam or creamy ganache, taste your way through the rainbow sans Skittles. You'll also get to customize your colour choices to match your decor or your next party. If that isn't magnifique, we're not sure what is.

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mille-feuille

From the esteemed Mille-Feuille Bakery Cafe

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If you're tired of making the same old thing from the same old cookbook, it's time to branch out and learn from the best. Satisfy your sweet tooth by taking this macaron-making class from the esteemed Mille-Feuille Bakery Cafe in an intimate class size. Learn about the history behind these goodies from Parisian chefs, then put that knowledge to use in a hands-on class. And since you'd probably go into a diabetic coma if you ate all of these macarons, you get to take the leftovers home with you to enjoy for weeks to come. Or just the next day, we don't judge.

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Milk and macarons FTW

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Color, fill, flavor, bake, repeat. Complement your new favorite meringue cookies with a glass of milk after you've learned the ins and outs of macaron making and the importance of all of the ingredients that go into these tiny, circular little morsels of goodness. Whip up your next batch for a group of friends and they'll all be cooing, "ooh la la."

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