Oreo macarons with white chocolate ganache

I used to make Oreo macarons with crushed Oreos in the Mac shells. The process is a bit tedious and result not as consistent. Here is a simplier version, by making a simple spleckled shell with an oreo chocolate ganache filling. Still very yum!

Macarons shell ingredients (makes about 40 macarons)

  • 150g icing sugar
  • 150g almond meal
  • 110g egg whites, split into 2 bowls of 55g each
  • 150g caster sugar
  • 38ml water
  • 1g meringue powder
  • 2 drops of gel colouring, I used black


  • 120g 28% cocoa White chocolate
  • 60ml cream
  • 4 oreo cookies, blitzed into crumbs


  1. Follow my basic recipe to make the shells.
  2. Heat cream and pour over white chocolate that has been broken up into small pieces in a bowl.
  3. Wait for a minute before stiring the chocolate ganache. Leave in the fridge for 10 minutes for it to set.
  4. Mix in Oreo cookie crumbs (about 4 cookies, blitzed into crumbs beforehand).
  5. Spread or pipe a teaspoon of your chocolate ganache on half of your shells and top them with the remaining half of your shells.
  6. The filled macarons need to be kept in the fridge for 24 hours for the filling to soften the shells and also for the flavour to fully develop.

8 Comments Add yours

  1. That filling looks sooo good! And the colour on you macarons is incredible (:

    1. michtsang says:

      Thanks! They are very very yummy too!

  2. cookingandcrumble says:

    delicious! Ive always tried making macarons before and they have never really worked. x

  3. creativefamily3 says:

    Yeah! Macarons with Oreo) That’s sounds so good. Try to make it.

    1. michtsang says:

      Cheers! Do share your result 🙂

  4. Lisa d says:

    How do you get the marble effect on the macaron shells?

    1. michtsang says:

      Hi there, to create the marble effect, just don’t mix the gel colouring in completely! You should achieve macronage before you are able to mix the colouring in completely anyway, so aim for the right viscosity and you should end up with the marble effect. Happy baking!

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