Mom’s B-day Madeleines


Today was my mom’s birthday! She had a great birthday she only had to work half a day and she got all the presents that she wanted! She was so happy and was so grateful. I wanted to do something special for her so i decided to make her Madeleines. I love madeleines because they dont take long to make and they are sweet but, not too sweet so if you dont like sweet stuff  that much this is the recipe for you!



1 1/2 tablespoons Melted Butter (greasing the pans) or cooking spray

3 extra-large Eggs (room temp.)

1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract

2/3 cup Sugar

1/2 cup Butter or 1 stick (room temp)

1 cup all-purpose flour (sifted)

1/4 cup cornstarch

1/2 teaspoon baking powder

1/4 teaspoon kosher salt


  • Preheat oven to 375 degrees fahrenheit
  • Grease Pans
  •  Beat eggs, sugar, and vanilla for 3 minutes or until light and fluffy
  • Add butter to egg mixture and mix until incorporated
  • Sift flour, cornstarch, baking powder, and salt together
  •  Add flour mixture into egg mixture bit-by-bit with a spatula
  • Use a spoon to drop the mix into the madeleine tins (you can buy one here)
  • After spooning them take a icing knife or any cooking level to scrap off the excess mix (you can get one here)
  • Bake madeleines for 6-8 minutes or until golden brown
  • Put madeleines onto a cooling rack (sold here)
  • Enjoy madeleines! I have a recipe on a nectarine compote so keep reading if you want to enjoy your madeleines with a sweet fall touch.

Nectarine Compote

2 cups Water

2 Nectarines

1/3 cup Sugar or to desired sweetness

1/4 teaspoon Salt


  • On high-heat bring water to a boil
  • Add salt to the water so it can boil faster and increase the sweetness
  • Peel off skin of nectarines
  • Put them into the water so they can thin out and be softer
  • Dice nectarines so it will be faster to blend
  • Add nectarines into the water
  • Bring water down to a simmer (turn stove down to medium-low heat)
  • Add Sugar to the nectarine water
  • Stir and mash the nectarines
  • Blend the nectarine pulp and skin with immersion blender or a blender (you can buy one here)
  • You are done! Now you can enjoy an amazing fall dessert

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