My Daughter's Baker

at , Markham Canada

Homemade macarons, cupcakes, cookies, and scratch baking by a loving Mother and hungry Daughter. See Menu in 'About'! Msg page, order online, pick-up only.

My Daughter's Baker

Markham , ON
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Please message our page (or send us an e-mail) for orders, pricing, details, or any other inquiries! Custom orders welcome (please order well in advance)! FAQs Q: What is a macaron, exactly? A: Contrary to popular belief, a macaron is more of a confection than a cookie (that's right, folks they're a cross between CANDY and cookie!) A macarons is a ganache, jam, or buttercream filled meringue biscuit made with very fine almond flour, egg whites and sugar. They are characterized by a thin, egg-shell like exterior resulting in a delicate crunch with a crackling lace at the base of each biscuit. Q: What is the best way to eat and store macarons? A: Macarons are best enjoyed at room temperature. However, we always tell our customers to refrigerate them if they aren't going to be eaten right away. Putting them in the fridge prevents the ganache from melting or the butter cream from getting too soft. Our macarons taste best fresh - but if you must store them, do so in an air tight container in the fridge for no more than one week. Q: Is it possible to cut down the amount of sugar in your products? What if I have a dietary restriction? A: Absolutely! We know not everyone has as big a sweet tooth as we do, so we're open to requests to cut down sugar in our baked goods. For macarons, we've already cut down the sugar but since they're a confection - they're meant to be on the sweeter side. The best advice we can give about eating these fragile confections is to take small bites and enjoy with a cup of coffee. That airy delicate texture and slightly chewy pillowy shell is absolutely heavenly with a cup of Joe. Our macarons are all gluten-free and if you're lactose intolerant, we can make a custom order and fill them with a fresh fruit jam or jelly instead of ganache/butter cream. We're also open to making baked goods with gluten-free flour so contact us if you have any special requests! Compared to other sugar cookie recipes, ours has cut down 2.5 cups of sugar and 1 cup of butter. We pride ourselves in being able to make our goodies more healthy without compromising the taste! Q: How should I store my hand-decorated sugar cookies? What if I don't want to eat it - how long can I put it on display for before it spoils? A: Our sugar cookies should be stored in an air tight container at room temperature to maintain freshness. You can keep your sugar cookie forever if you'd like - but we really wouldn't suggest that you eat it if it's been sitting around for more than 1.5-2 weeks. Q: Why don't you do delivery or on-site catering? A: As much as we'd love to offer these services, our staff consists of a mother who works as an office manager and a daughter who is a full-time student. Although we may consider it in the future, we've had to limit our ambitions at this current moment. Thank you everyone for understanding! Q: How fresh are macarons and how often do you update macaron availability? A: How it works for macarons is that when you place your order, we hold the flavour for you. We know exactly how many each batch will make, so we decide which flavours we will bake ahead of time, put up availability in the album, and mark down the numbers as people place orders. Technically, you are ordering something that has not yet been baked yet! We make them fresh and then package them for pick-up, (usually at the end or beginning of each week). Availability really depends on our schedule and how much time we have to bake each week! Q: What do you do with extra macarons? A: We eat them.

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