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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Decorating the Macarons

After baking and cooling, peel the meringues off the parchment paper. Decorate the meringue shells with food coloring and small-tipped paintbrushes. “I jump at any chance to use edible gold dust in decorating. A touch of vodka will help liquefy it, then the vodka evaporates leaving only your gilded design,” says Seton. “Use a clean paintbrush or toothbrush to get a splatter effect.”

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