Sometimes, when making multiple dishes for a large number of people, half homemade and half “with a little help” are just fine, says Michaela Brown, owner of website Stage to the Stove. Michaela, a musician and a cook, is a member of the singing group “The Browns”. Her family is well represented in her Lemon Macaroon Tartlets as she says, “Whenever I make something with lemon curd, I think of my Grandma Brown, and my dad loves coconut…!” She hopes your family will enjoy these lemony desserts as much as hers does!
You can make these Lemon Macaroon Tartlets treats for a fancy dinner party or just for simple Sunday at home. The steps are simple and easy to follow
- Lightly grease 24 mini muffin cups
- Combine coconut, sugar, flour, vanilla, and egg whites
- Divide mixture evenly into the muffin cups
- Bake in oven for 10-15 minutes
- Let tartlet shells cool
- Prepare lemon pudding mix
- Spoon lemon mix into tartlet shells
- Sprinkle with coconut and lemon zest
In less than forty five minutes, you will complete a dessert that will be snatched up and eaten by the whole family.
Unlike many recipe websites that require hunting down complicated ingredients and spending hours slaving over the food processor, Michaela Brown and Stage to the Stove uses simple, down home recipes like Lemon Macaroon Tartlets that we can all enjoy any day of the week, on any budget. There’s no need to break the bank on this recipe; the ingredients are simple, affordable, and can be picked up at any market. No more hide and seek ingredients, or seven dollar herbs. The best thing about this dessert is it is a first class taste on a shoestring budget.
But just because you are not breaking the bank on Lemon Macaroon Tartlets does not mean that you are not making a quality product. Just because her meals have that rustic feel does not mean that they are no better than the recipes you might find at the school cafeteria. Michaela Brown has studied at the Le Cordon Bleu in Paris and Cambridge School of Culinary Arts. And if you cannot get enough of Michaela and have exhausted the website, you can find her every month in the Singing News Magazine where she writes a cooking article.
If you love Michaela’s recipes, such as her Orange Whole Wheat Pancakes and the Lemon Macaroon Tartlets we just made, feel free to sign up to get more from Michaela in her Stage to the Stove newsletter! By doing this, you will see any updates to the website and hear stories about Michaela’s career on and off the stage. You can also share Michaela’s recipes via a variety of social media platforms including, but not limited to – Twitter, Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and email. You can swap your favorite recipes with your family and friends and hear about their favorite Michaela recipes as well! Whatever you do, keep on cooking!