If you’ve ever heard of the berry mac, you’ll probably recognize this popular dessert as the ultimate dessert that comes in a few varieties.
If you’re like me, you probably also love macarons.
But before we jump into the mac, let’s talk about the berny mac.
What is the bergamot mac?
BERRIY MACS When you’re talking about a mac, what exactly does it mean?
The word bergAMot comes from the Latin word “bergamus” meaning “brown.”
The mac is typically brown with a bit of an orange hue.
The bergOMat mac is a sweet, nutty mac, which is why it’s commonly referred to as a berry.
Why is this mac popular?
Because berry and mac are traditionally associated with love.
When you bake or eat the macs, you’re saying to yourself, “This is the perfect dessert for Valentine’s Day, a time when we’re feeling a little less alone, a little more open and honest, and a little calmer than we’ve been in years.”
The mac can be used to make many things, but I like to use it as a topping for desserts.
You can use the beryllium or caramel color on the mac or just use the whole thing.
What’s the best way to make your own bergamac?
I love to make these berry-and-mac macs because they’re a great dessert for those that are looking for something a little different, something that’s a little lighter on the palette.
I’m usually the first person to make them, and I usually make them at least once.
They’re so versatile.
You could use the brown, orange, and green flavors, or use the chocolate brown, caramel, and hazelnut.
If I have a different kind of brown, I make it into a macaroon, and if I have hazelnuts, I use them to make a mac.
I love the idea of using a dark chocolate, caramel brown, or hazel nuts as a brown macarone.
I love how it pairs with chocolate and caramel.
I like how they add a little bit of flavor.
It really adds a little extra depth to the dessert.
You can use them for all sorts of recipes.
I can make them into a cake, or I can serve them in a frosting, as well.
They’re just so versatile, and the versatility is what makes them so perfect for Valentine day.
So you’ve got a BERRY mac?
What do you think?
Do you use it to make the best berry or mac you’ve tried?