May 21, 2008

Traditional Madeleines



This week's recipe is Traditional Madeleine's, and was chosen by Tara of Smells Like Home.

I have always wanted to try Madeleine's, i see them all the time in Starbucks (3/$1.95) but i just cant do it. I tried to make Rosebud Madeleine's but they didn't turn out too good. 

When i saw this recipe i knew it was a chance for me to redeem myself from the rosebud Madeleine's.

I made my batter and chilled it for 3 hours. I used a mini ice cream scoop to scoop even amounts of batter into each cavity, Baked for 11 minutes and voila.

I had no problem with the bump but i do think that there could have been more definition with the shell imprint.

These cookies? are so tasty and so simple to make that i can definitely see myself making them on a regular basis.


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Next week: Florida Pie

7 comments:

CB said...

Madeleine rosebud? Do tell how that is done please...
Clara @ I♥food4thought

Jayne said...

What are rosebud madeleines? How are they different from the traditional? Yours look nice, by the way.

Rebecca said...

Lovely! So glad the madeleines worked for you this time.

Jaime said...

looks great! you even got the bump!

Mevrouw Cupcake said...

Well done, they look beautiful!

LyB said...

I'm also intrigued by rosebud madeleines, such a lovely name! You certainly did good with Dorie's recipe, they look gorgeous!

StickyGooeyCreamyChewy said...

Your madeleines look lovely! Check out that hump! Well done!

 
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