Pixel Whisk How-To: Easter Macarons

F&W's Seton Rossini runs the gorgeous dessert blog Pixel Whisk. Here, she uses our recipes to make beautifully festive Easter pastries.
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Drying the Meringue

Transfer the meringue to pastry bags fitted with plain 1/2-inch tips; pipe the meringue onto the prepared baking sheets in 1 1/2-inch egg-shaped mounds, 1 inch apart. Tap the sheets and let dry for 15 minutes. “Letting the meringues dry before baking is a crucial step!” says Seton. “You’ll know they are ready to bake when they lose their sheen.”

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