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It's flaky, it's soft, it's buttery, and most of all, it's versatile. Eat it alone, with coffee, or as part of a meal. Eat it plain, or with chocolate stuffed inside. This French classic isn't going anywhere for a reason.
It has an interesting, mixed texture, with a filling stuffed between two cookies. A concept that is all-too-popular. But a macaron is unlike anything else. It's pillowy, but also not. It's flavorful, yet delicate. And it's ideal as a light snack with coffee.
Mousse au Chocolat
Chocolate mousse never tasted so good as when the French make it. There's just something about it that makes it taste and feel so luxurious and decadent. It's light, it's delicate, but it's also nicely bold. Balanced, really.
It's like apple pie, but not American. Think of a pastry dough baking in the oven, forming a nice round shape, and then topped with baked in apple slices. There's lemon juice, cinnamon, sugar, etc. and it all comes together ideally. Perfect with whipped cream, ice cream, or just by itself.
It's a puffy, soft 'cookie' that pairs amazingly well with tea and coffee. It's pillowy, although some varieties tend to be a little crunchy. But the classic French one, always soft! You could also top them with powdered sugar, but why? If it's a good baked good, it's fine by itself!