Thin Mint Macarons

Even if you’ve taken my macaron classes before, I would recommend joining this one to learn a NEW recipe twist on this classic cookie!

Gorgeous & minty chocolate macarons are dipped into melted chocolate for this recipe to create a perfect and mouth-watering thin mint/macaron hybrid! These are perfect for anyone looking for that classic Girl Scout cookie flavor, but with a French twist! Using the French meringue method, this class will be for all bakers, beginners, and seasoned alike.

A percentage of all sales from this class will be donated to Girl Scouts of America.

What you will learn:

  • How to make macarons with the French Meringue method
  • A process on how to dip the macarons into melted chocolate for full coverage
  • Tips and tricks for mastering your macarons
  • How to change up the flavor of your macarons for any occasion!

What’s Included:

  • Recipe for macarons and a delicious chocolate mint ganache
  • Make ahead and storage tips
  • A tips sheet on the French Meringue method for you to keep and refer back to whenever you need
  • Access to the Live virtual class, a recording of the class for 30 days, and an exclusive Facebook community group of bakers from around the world

Special Equipment Needed:

a scale- optional but highly recommended as this is the best way to make macarons!, a mixer- stand or hand both work, piping bags, piping tips (8-10mm tip- Ateco 804/806 or Wilton 2A for piping & filling), silpats or parchment paper, saucepan, mixing bowls. Check out all of my favorite Macaron recommendations here: Molly’s Recommendations

Ingredients Needed:

egg whites, granulated sugar, ground almonds (meal or flour), powdered sugar, cocoa powder, heavy cream, bittersweet (or semisweet) chocolate, peppermint extract

*Naturally gluten-free. Can be made dairy free as well.


Thu Apr 20


7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: Thu Apr 20
  • Time: 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm



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