Happy BEE-day macarons


  • 300 gram FunCakes Mix for Macarons
  • 125 gram FunCakes Mix for Buttercream
  • FunCakes Edible FunColours Gel – Yellow
  • FunCakes Edible FunColours Gel – Orange
  • FunCakes Edible FunColours Brush Food Pen – Black
  • 50 gram FunCakes Modelling Paste – White
  • 70 gram egg white
  • 125 ml water
  • 150 gram soft unsalted butter
  • FunCakes edible glue
  • FunCakes disposable decorating bags– 30 cm
  • FunCakes Magic Roll-Out Powder
  • Wilton – Perfect Height – rolling pin
  • Wilton decorating tip #12

Fill a bowl with 300 gram Mix for Macarons and 70 gram of egg white and mix for 4-5 minutes on medium speed to a batter. Colour it dark yellow using the yellow and orange colouring. Fill a decorating bag with tip #12 with the batter. Place the macaron mat on a baking plate and pipe the batter on the circles. Let this dry for 2 hours by air to get the best result.

Meanwhile, prepare 125 gram of Mix for Buttercream as indicated on the package or in this basic recipe. Preheat the oven to 150°C (convection oven 130°C) and dry the macarons in the oven for 15 minutes. Let them cool down completely on the mat.
Once the macarons have cooled down properly, draw stripes and a face on them with the black brush food pens. Knead the modelling paste well and roll it out very thinly. Cut out the wings with the medium rose leaf cutter, cut out as many as you have macarons. Squeeze the ends a bit towards each other and stick it to the macaron with a bit of edible glue.

Fill a decorating bag with tip #12 with the buttercream, pipe a bit of buttercream on the bottom part of the macarons and place the other one on top. Place in the fridge until further use.

For a complete bee sweet table, have a look at the Happy BEE-day cake and the Happy BEE-day cupcakes as well!