Kirari Sunga


Madelines are classic French butter cookies, great for a quick fix and are yummy.

I recommend using a scale, as all my measurements are done in the metric system (and are more accurate).

If you're looking for this in cups/oz please look in the comments below f(^^);;

Every oven is different. I usually time mine for about 14:30-15min. The longer in the oven, the edges will be a little bit darker and crunchy. Don't leave in more than 16min though, you will burn them.



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10 Min
15 Min


How to Make Madelines


  1. Preheat oven to 374° if making the same day and not refrigerating.
  2. Melt butter (separate from the recipe). Butter then flour Madeline pan. Shake off excess flour.

    Place in freezer until ready to use.
  3. Beat egg and sugar together until smooth.
  4. Sieve flour and baking powder together and add to egg and sugar mixture. Mix until smooth.
  5. Add melted butter and add to the mixture (all at once).
  6. Place a plastic wrap around the bowl and place in fridge for about 30min.

    Note: You don't need to do this. But I store mine between 30min+. Sometimes even a couple of hours. They just taste better I think.
  7. When ready, take Madeline pan out from freezer.

    Fill each Madeline 3/4 and place in middle of over for 12-15 min.

    Optional: Powdered sugar

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About Madelines

Course/Dish: Cookies
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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