Mango Passionfruit macarons with Mango White Chocolate Mousse


  • 1 tea bag of Mango Passion fruit tea ( non caffeine)
  • 3 egg whites ( at room temperature)
  • 1 cup of almond flour
  • 1 3/4 cups of powder sugar
  • 1/4 cup of sugar
  • 1/3 of a tea spoons – (Pinch ) of cream of tartar
  • Orange gel food coloring
  • 8 oz of white chocolate
  • 1/4 cup of heavy cream
  • 1/2 cup of ripe mango purée


  1. How I like to start is I take out my eggs from the fridge place them into really warm water and leave them for 15 min. While I prepare all the rest of the ingredients and things I will use such baking sheet , parchment paper , or rubber baking mat , spatula, piping bag with a round pipping tip, sifter, and all the ingredients in measuring cups. This way I am not running around the kitchen scrambling and stressing out. This really effect a successful macaron making.
  2. Separate your eggs and use only the egg whites ( make sure your mixing bowl is completely dry and clean before you do this)
  3. Start beating your egg whites , when egg whites begin to foam add cream of tartar and slowly add your sugar. Beat egg whites till the peaks will be stiff.
  4. In a separate bowl sift together almond flour and powder sugar, throw away any crumbs that are left. aside the flour mix.
  5. I use a wooded tooth pick to add a little bit of the orange food coloring to my egg whites.
  6. Rip your tea bag and pour the tea that’s inside into your beaten egg whites.
  7. Slowly in three portions add your almond flour and sugar mixture to the egg White . Using a rubber spatula to mix. Lightly fold your egg whites from out/in.
  8. Mix until all the almond flour is mixed in and your mixture will be shiny and when you lift your spatula It will gently slide. Not fall in lumps. That’s when you know you are done.
  9. Place a piping bag with a round tip into a tall cup. Pour your macaron mixture into the piping bag.
  10. Using two hands holding the piping bag lightly press and pipe round circles. They only need to be 2 cm apart.
  11. Bang your baking pan when done agains the table to let any bubbles out.
  12. Set aside to dry for 45 min.
  13. Preheat oven to 300
  14. Bake 17 min . Let them cool completely before removing.

Mousse filling:

  1. I used Costco Jar mangos. They are very ripe and flavorful. This is perfect when mangos are not in season. You can always use fresh mangos.
  2. I used a nutribullet to purée my mangos. But you can always use a food processor or a blender. You will need to have 1/2 of mango purée.
  3. In a sauce pan heat 1/4 cup of heavy cream. Don’t let it boil , just till it’s hot.
  4. Add white chocolate to heavy cream. Mix till all the chocolate is melted.
  5. Stir in mango purée, set aside to cook.
  6. Use a piping bag to pipe mango mouse onto one side of macaron and close with another shell.
  7. I like to store them in small cup cake liners for easier way to grab them.
  8. Refrigerate before serving.

AboutLily’s Cooking & Home

My story, I met the love of my life when I was 16 and two years later we were married. When we first got married I was not much of a cook, I would buy so many cook books and try recipes over and over again until it would turn out. I never gave up and my husband can tell you I had my share of bad cooking. The more I practiced the better I got. Now we are going on 10 years of happily married. I love to cook and create my own recipe also became a baker, I have also taken interest in doing home design and decor. In my blog I would love to share with you the recipes I create, recipes I find and love to share also tips for home decor and ideas.

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