Summer macarons melt in your mouth with their velvety, soft, chewy texture.
Summer flavored macarons are full of bursting fruit flavors, with a hint of S’more flavors for around the campfire.
There might even be a couple macaron flavors to remind you of being around the pool with a cold drink like mojitos and piña coladas!
Watermelon macarons can be made by coloring the shells either pink or green.
Watermelon macarons are filled with a cream cream frosting that has watermelon flavoring added to it.
The outside of the macarons can be painted with a black edible marker to create the look of seeds on your pink macarons.
You can even paint the edges green for a full watermelon macaron look.
Piña Colada Macarons
Piña colada macarons are made by adding a little coconut flour to the macaron batter.
After the macarons have been piped, a sprinkle of shredded coconut is added to the tops of the macaron shells.
The filling of the piña colada macarons is made by adding rum extract, pineapple juice, and coconut cream to a buttercream frosting.
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.
S’more macarons are made by adding ground up graham crackers to macaron batter.
There are 2 fillings for s’more macarons that you’ll need to make. There will be one layer of milk chocolate ganache.
The other layer is a buttercream frosting made with marshmallow fluff.
The combination of graham cracker flavored shells, marshmallow buttercream, and milk chocolate ganache, makes these macarons irresistible.
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.
Peach macarons are made by adding a bit of orange food coloring to the macaron shell batter.
Peach macarons are filled with peach jam.
To create the look of a real peach, paint the outside of the macarons using milk and orange coloring, and another container with milk and red food coloring.
Immediately after painting the outside of the macaron, dip the shells into sugar to coat it. Add 2 mint leaves and stick them into the jam.
Raspberry macarons are made by adding a bit of food coloring to the macaron batter to make them either pink or red.
Raspberry macaron filling is made by adding raspberry jam to a buttercream base filling.
Raspberry jam is much more concentrated in flavor, therefore it flavors buttercream much better than using crushed raspberries.
Cherry macarons are made by adding red or pink food coloring to the macaron batter.
Finely chopped cherries are added to a buttercream base frosting for the cherry macaron filling.
Mango macarons are made by creating the macaron shells, and adding a bit of yellow or orange food coloring to the macaron batter.
The filling of the mango macarons is made by adding mango puree to a buttercream base frosting.
Pineapple macarons are made by adding a bit of yellow food coloring to the macaron shell batter.
The center filling is made by creating a puree using pineapple chunks.
The pureed pineapple is mixed with rice flour and coconut flour over the stove for a few minutes until it thickens.
Once it’s cooled down, it’ll ready to be piped onto the macaron shells.
Cotton Candy Macarons
The center filling is a cotton candy white chocolate ganache. Cotton candy food flavoring is added to hot cream and white chocolate to create this deliciously sweet and fun flavor of macarons.