These days, macarons don’t just make people fat. They themselves got fat too — in Korea, where supersized macarons called ddung-carons are all the rage now. The name literally translates to ‘fat-carons’ (ddung means ‘fat’ in Korean). While a typical French-style macaron is usually piped simply with a layer of buttercream, its roly-poly Korean counterpart is stuffed almost to bursting with all kinds of ingredients like whole strawberries, mochis and gigantic gobs of cream.

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