S’mores Doughnut Has Ganache and Marshmallow Core with Graham Cracker Crumble


In an age where it’s not enough to simply have a doughnut or a croissant, New York’s Macaron Parlour takes this concept one step further with the S’mores Doughnut. Hailed for expanding dessert offerings beyond their traditional fillings, Macaron Parlour fused the savory and the sweet to create a truly unique dessert.

The S’mores Doughnut features the typical  doughnut shell but houses a core of thick dark chocolate ganache and a rich marshmallow filling exploding from the center. To make it a truly authentic s’mores experience, a graham cracker crumble coats the top and opening of the doughnut.

There’s no limit to the madness/genius behind Macaron Parlour’s creations – milk chocolate ganache infused with Earl Grey tea, the ‘Elvis’ peanut butter and caramelized bananas, and my personal favorite, Cheetos infused white chocolate ganache, are just a few of their quirky concoctions.

At $3 a pop, we’re thinking people will welcome this new hybrid dessert with open arms… and mouths. Pause.

Picthx Serious Eats


This is What a Cheetos Macaron Looks Like

Take note: that isn’t a cheese macaron you’re looking at, which would be slightly more normal (kind of). And that isn’t just fine-fine-finely grated cheese sprinkled on top. Nope, this little beauty is 100% a Cheetos macaron, covered with the always nostalgic Cheetos cheese dust, for your finger-lickin’ pleasure.

Brought to us from the same geniuses from New York’s Macaron Parlour responsible for candied bacon macarons, Cheetos macarons are a bizarre combination of savory and sweet. Like their namesake, the two cookies are incredibly orange, while the ganache inside is also flavored with crunchy cheese puffy goodness.

According to one Huffington Post editor, “… I kind of like that the cheesy Cheetos dust is such a contrast to the rest of the cookie. Plus, I think this deserves a badge for not being disgusting. This is the sort of thing that could easily tilt in that direction.”

Just one question: when can I get the Flamin’ Hot version?

via Huffington Post