Madeleine (cake) Recipe | Simple and Easy Madeleine Recipe with Step by Step Procedures and Pictures


Madeleine are shell shaped small cakes.To make this cake we need traditional moulded pan.Usually Almonds will be included in Traditional recipes,but here i shared vanilla and chocolate Madeleine.

Recipe Source: Joy of Baking
Ingredients For Vanilla Madeleine:

1 cup Plain Flour
1/2 cup unsalted butter,at room temperature
A pinch Salt
3 Eggs
1/2 tsp Baking Powder
2/3 cup sugar
1 tsp Vanilla Extract



Step :1

Using electric mixer,beat the eggs and sugar well at medium to high speed,till a thick ribbon forms.


Step :2

Shift the dry ingredients and add in with the egg mix.Add butter,vanilla extract and fold in gently.


Step :3

Grease the mould and drop a tbsp of mix.Fill 2/3 – 3/4 full of batter in each mould.


Step :4

Bake it for 10 – 13 minutes / till the edges turns golden brown.Cool down the mould and take out the cake slowly.


Vanilla Madeleine is ready now,Lets make Chocolate Madeleine.

Ingredients for Chocolate Madeleine:

Same as above ( Vanilla Madeline ingredients )+ add 1/2 cup Melted dark chocolate


Step :1

Melt the chocolate using hot pot or double boiler method.Repeat steps 1&2 of vanilla madeleine and then mix the melted chocolate with the batter.



Pour the chocolate mix in the mould and bake it for 10 mins and take out.


Chocolate Madeleine is ready.


Here our vanilla & chocolate Madeleine,dip in hot coffee/ tea and enjoy
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  1. says

    Lovely madeleines prema..I had picked up a madeleine long time back and almost forgot that i even have it:-)
    Now i am tempted to make some:-) Will do this weekend!!

  2. says

    These look so fluffy and tasty. I have never made madelines before, but I surely need to try. These cookies go so well with many things. Also great that you did the chocolate ones-that is a nice variation from the original. Yum-thanks for sharing.

  3. says

    Madeleines are looking very yummy.. I wanted to try this one for a long time after watching Laura caldre’s program in AFC. Well explained steps and i would love to try them soon

  4. says

    This is one of my favorite cookies and I love the recipeyou given us for them. They really look wonderful. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary

  5. says

    These look absolutely divine ,Prema – and guess what? looks like you are destined to keep winning some award from my blog – picked you as a winner of my blog anniversary giveaway – Pls send me your mailing address in an email dear and I will try to reach your prize to you asap :) cheers, Priya

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