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Lemon Glazed Madeleine Recipe
Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow, powdered sugar that is:) We’ve had our fair share of the real stuff here already in Northern Wisconsin. It just keeps coming down. Since I can remember, Madeleine have always intimidated me. So much so that it took over a year to dig out the Madeleine pan that I bought on Amazon for $12.95. Madeleine don’t smell like cookies nor cake while baking but they do have a distinct, delicious smell all their own.
This recipe for Lemon Glazed Madeleine is from David Lebovitz The recipe is easier than I thought, delicious like I thought they’d be and can and should be made ahead of time. Even though the lemon glaze was super on the Madeleine, I preferred them plain. With a light dusting of
snow, I mean powdered sugar or confectioners sugar depending on whichever name you call it by.
Madeleine are a French cookie. They are small, buttery sponge cakes eaten as a cookie. Often dipped into coffee, tea or hot chocolate, these feather-light cakes are baked in a special Madeleine pan or plaque. The pan has 12 indentations that resemble an elongated scallop shell. Madeleine cookies are best eaten fresh from the oven, while the inside is moist and warm and the exterior is crisp.