Green macarons are beautiful, vibrant, and full of tasty, sweet flavor.
You can color your macarons green by using a small amount of gel good coloring with your macaron batter.
When you’re coloring your macarons, make sure you put enough gel food coloring in.
The color of your macaron batter should be darker than you want, prior to adding your meringue.
When you add your meringue, this stretches the color and makes it a lot less intense in color. Learn how to color macarons if you haven’t colored macarons in the past.
Matcha macarons are made by adding a spoonful of matcha powder to the macaron batter.
The matcha powder is vibrant green in color, so there’s no need to add any food coloring to get these beautiful green macarons.
Mojito macarons are made using your favorite macaron recipe, and then adding a hint of green food coloring to the macaron batter.
Mojito macarons are filled with 2 different fillings.
The first is a mojito ganache, made by adding rum bakery emulsion flavoring, lime oil, fresh lime juice, chopped up fresh mint leaves to a white chocolate ganache base.
The second filling is a lime center made of sweetened condensed milk, fresh lime juice, and lime zest.
The ganache is piped in a ring around the edge of the macaron shell, while the sweet lime center is piped in the middle of the macaron shell.
Mint Chocolate Chip Macarons
Mint chocolate chip macrons are made by adding your favorite green food coloring to your macaron batter. You can also add some peppermint extract to the batter if desired (1/4 tsp of peppermint extract).
After you’ve piped your macarons, add tiny chopped up pieces of chocolate chips to the tops of the macaron shells prior to them drying.
Once the macaron shells have baked, you can fill them with mint chocolate chip buttercream icing. To make your mint chocolate buttercream, add dark chocolate chips and peppermint extract to your buttercream icing.
Pistachio macarons are filled with a sweet pistachio white chocolate ganache filling.
To make the pistachio white chocolate ganache, pistachio paste and green food coloring are added to a white chocolate ganache base.
Caramel Apple Macarons
After you’ve piped your macarons, freeze dried granny smith apples are added to the tops of macaron shells prior to baking.
Fill your caramel apple macarons with caramel sauce or salted caramel sauce for a sweet and tasty green macaron.
Lemon Basil Macarons
Lemon basil macarons are made by adding your green food coloring to macaron batter.
Lemon basil macarons are filled with lemon basil curd, making it taste tart, sweet and savory.
Lemon curd takes a bit of practice and patience to make it’s sharp tasting and creamy delicious curd.
Coconut Key Lime Macarons
Coconut key lime macarons are made by adding shredded coconut, coconut extract, toasted coconut, and green food coloring to macaron batter.
Coconut key lime macarons are filled with key lime buttercream frosting. Key lime buttercream frosting can be made by adding fresh lime juice, and lime zest to the base of buttercream icing.
Kiwi macarons are made by adding green food coloring to macaron batter.
Kiwi macarons are filled by making your own kiwi jam using fresh kiwi, lime juice, a sugar syrup, and gelatin to thicken it up.