6 Easter Macaron Flavors

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Easter macarons are beautiful pastel colors. Easter macarons can be made into baby chicks, robin eggs, bunnies, and Easter egg shapes.

Easter egg macaron flavors include chocolate ganache, mini egg ganache, creme egg ganache, and vanilla buttercream filling.

Robin Egg Macarons

Robin egg macarons are made using a sky blue color to make your macaron shells the perfect robin egg color. You don’t want it to be too colored, just a hint of blue is ideal.

After the shells have come out of the oven and cooled, mix together brown food coloring and vanilla extract.

Create the “speckled” robin egg by using dipping a food safe paint brush in the vanilla extract mixture and flicking it onto the cooled macaron shells.

Robin egg macarons are filled with decadent chocolate ganache.

Easter Macaron Flavors

Mini Egg Macarons

Mini egg macarons are a personal favorite Easter flavored macaron!

Mini egg macarons are filled with a mini egg ganache.

You can make mini egg ganache by heating heavy cream, and pouring it over melted mini eggs. Mix the 2 together, and then blend them to remove any large shells in your ganache.

Let the ganache come to room temperature prior to filling your macarons. It’s easier if you chill the ganache before you want to use it. It’s easier to use when it’s firm.

Easter Macaron Flavors

Creme Egg Macarons

Creme egg macarons are a classic Eater flavored macaron. Creme egg macarons are filled by making a creme egg ganache.

Creme egg ganache is made by melting creme eggs over a double boiler, along with butter, milk chocolate, and heavy cream.

The ganache needs to cool, and be refrigerated prior to using. It’s best if you make it the day before, and then it has time to chill overnight and is ready for piping the following day.

Creme egg macarons are made “speckled” by using a bit of watered down gel food coloring, and then flicking it onto the cooled macaron shells with a food safe paintbrush.

Bunny Macarons

Bunny macarons are the perfect Easter macarons to give away to family and friends.

Bunny macarons are made by piping a circle for the head, and then 2 long ears.

You can use a toothpick to guide the macaron batter if needed.

You can color the macaron batter any color you like, or leave it white for a classic bunny coloring.

Royal icing is used to color in the inside of the bunny ears, eyes, nose, mouth, and whiskers.

Bunny macarons are filled with tasty vanilla buttercream filling.

Baby Chick Macarons

Baby chick macarons are cute little macarons that are almost too adorable to eat!!

Baby chick macarons are colored yellow for their body.

The nose and feet are made by coloring melted white chocolate with a bit of orange food coloring. The chocolate is piped onto the chick after the macaron has cooled.

The eyes are made by making a simple icing with just water and icing sugar. The icing is dyed brown with food coloring, and then the eyes are piped onto the macaron.

Baby chick macarons are filled with sweet white chocolate ganache.

Easter Egg Macarons

Easter egg macarons are full of vibrant colors for Easter.

Easter has the beautiful pastel colors – yellow, pink, blue, purple. Pick a variety of colors for your Easter egg macarons.

The macarons are made into an egg shape – more of an oval than a circle. Use your piping skills to create the oval – egg shape for your Easter macarons.

The Easter egg macarons are decorated with royal icing. Royal icing will harden onto the macaron so well that they can be stacked if needed.

You can put a couple of sprinkles on top of the royal icing for an added decoration to your Easter macarons.

Easter egg macarons are filled with vanilla Swiss meringue buttercream filling.

7 Halloween Macaron Flavors

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Halloween macarons are the perfect addition to a Halloween party dessert table.

Halloween macaron flavors are filled with sweet caramel, liquorice, candy corn, or pumpkin flavors to have you coming back for more!

Halloween Macaron Flavors

Caramel Apple Macarons

Caramel apple macarons are made with an apple flavored outer shell.

Granny smith apples are freeze dried, and then blended in a food processor to get a fine apple flavored powder.

The powder is places into the almond flour base and mixed into the macaron shell. Once the batter has been made and piped, a sprinkle of apple powder is dusted on the tops of the macarons to let them dry into the macaron shells.

The center filling is made with making a caramel sauce. There is an option of making the caramel sauce into a salted caramel sauce if desired.

Pumpkin Macarons

Pumpkin macarons are made with a flavored pumpkin outer shell. The outer shell is flavored with pumpkin spice bakery emulsion.

Pumpkin macarons can be shaped exactly like a pumpkin using a template. Another option would be to color the macarons a vibrant orange and add a couple round lines to each side of the macaron to give it a pumpkin look to it.

The filling of the pumpkin macarons is made with a buttercream flavored with pumpkin puree and cinnamon for the perfect Halloween macaron.

Cookies and Cream Macarons

Cookies and cream macarons are made by dusting the tops of the macaron shells with cookie crumble.

The buttercream based filling is made by adding vanilla extract, crushed Oreo cookies, and Oreo cookie crumble.

The mixture is blended until smooth and piped into the macaron shells.

Halloween Macaron Flavors

Black Praline Macarons

Black Praline Macarons are made by adding chopped cacao nibs and small pieces of hazelnuts to the tops of the macarons right after piping them.

The filling is made by making a hazelnut praline buttercream frosting. Praline is a nutty, earthy flavor that is one of the most flavorful nut macarons you can make.

Dark Chocolate Ganache Macarons

Dark chocolate ganache macarons are rich and full of chocolate creamy flavors.

Dark chocolate ganache is made by adding hot heavy cream to dark chocolate melting wafers. Once the chocolate is fully mixed into the heavy cream, a little bit of butter is added to the ganache. The butter adds a smooth, velvety flavor to the ganache.

The ganache needs to cool prior to using. If you make it before baking your macaron shells, this will give it some time in the fridge to harden up and be ready to pipe into your macaron shells.

Candy Corn Macarons

Candy corn macarons are made by making orange colored macaron shells.

The filling of the macarons is a candy corn white chocolate filling.

The ganache is made heating together cream, white chocolate and candy corns. Mix them together thoroughly and let it come to room temperature.

Pipe the filling in the center of the macarons and enjoy!

You can even roll the macarons in a few orange sprinkles, and the filling with adhere to the sprinkles, making them have a little bit of a fringe to them.

Black Liquorice Macarons

Black liquorice macarons are made by adding black gel food coloring to the macaron shells.

The filling of the macarons is a black liquorice ganache.

The ganache is made by heating heavy cream, and adding a couple of drops of black liquorice flavoring to the pot.

Honey is added to sweeten the cream, and then the mixture is poured over melted white chocolate.

Once the ganache is mixed until combined, a little more whip cream is added to thin out the ganache.

The ganache can sit until it reaches room temperature, and can be refrigerated until it’s ready to pipe onto the macaron shells.

Halloween Macaron Flavors

3 Savory Cheese Macaron Recipes

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Macarons can be filled with savory fillings like soft cheeses such as pimento, cream cheese, or goat cheese.

Soft cheeses absorb the flavors of the spices and combine the other ingredients together to make the filling of the macaron easily pipeable.

You can make your own cheese macarons at home using these savory macarons as an inspiration.

Goat Cheese Macarons

Goat cheese savory macarons are made with a fig compote. The figs are chopped, heated, and then cooled.

The filling is made with mascarpone cheese, goat cheese, and black sesame seeds creamed together.

To assemble the goat cheese savory macarons, pipe a ring of the creamy goat cheese mixture around the edge of the macaron shell.

Add the fig compote to the center of the macaron. Top with the other macaron shell and sandwich together.

Pimento Cheese Macarons

Pimento cheese savory macarons are made with a mixing pimento cheese with heavy cream in a food processor until fully combined.

You can even make your own pimento cheese at home for a more intense flavor for your cheese macarons.

Cheese Macarons

Tomato Basil Feta Macarons

Tomato basil savory macarons are made by making macaron shells, followed by a cream cheese filling.

The filling is made by creaming together cream cheese, feta cheese, basil leaves, lemon juice, and salt and pepper to taste. Diced tomatoes are folded into the cream cheese savory macaron filling.

The macarons are assembled by placing 1 macaron shell, then adding a basil leaf, the cream cheese filling, and another macaron shell to sandwich the savory macaron together.

How to Make Gold Brushed Macarons

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Gold brushed macarons are striking and glittery macarons you can serve to your guests at a dessert table, wedding, bridal shower, or baby shower.

Gold brushed macarons are more of a upscale macaron. You can fill them with enticing flavors like bubbly champagne buttercream.

How to Make Gold Brushed Macarons

How to brush gold onto macarons

Tools and Ingredients

If you are wanting to paint the entire macaron gold, use the widest food safe paintbrush you have to save yourself time.

  1. Place a pinch of gold powdered food coloring in a small jar to “make” your paint in.
  2. Add a couple of drops of almond extract to your jar.
  3. Mix the jar of almond extract and gold powdered food coloring together. Now you’ve made your paint for your gold macarons. If your gold paint dries out while you’re working with it, add a few more drops of almond extract.
  4. Using a food safe paint brush, dip your paint brush into your newly made gold paint.
  5. Hold your macaron on a steady surface, and brush your gold paint on top of your macaron where desired. You can even paint the entire macaron in gold paint if you want to. Avoid the icing portion of the macaron, and only paint the shell to make the icing stand out on the macaron. Don’t push too hard on the surface of the macaron shell as it is quite delicate to work with.
  6. Let the macarons dries fully for about 10 minutes.
  7. Store the macarons in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 3 days after baking them.

Gold brushed macarons will store well in the freezer for up to 1 month, or up to 3 days in the fridge.

You can brush gold paint onto animal shaped macarons, or heart shaped macarons using printable templates.

Unicorn macarons are almost too beautiful to eat! Gold paint s brushed onto the horn and ears of the macarons to create the glittering gold color for the unicorn.

unicorn macaron template

6 Savory Macaron Flavors

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Savory macarons are made by using foods that are spicy and salty for filling macarons with.

Savory macarons can be filled using soft cheeses (pimento, cream cheese, goat cheese) to bring the flavors of the savory macarons together.

The soft cheeses absorb the flavors of the spices and combine the other ingredients together to make the filling of the macaron easily pipeable.

Smoked Salmon Savory Macarons

Smoked salmon savory macarons are made with chives or dill on the tops of the macaron shells.

The filling of the smoked salmon savory macarons has a base of Boursin cheese, smoked salmon, lemon juice, chives, dill, and pepper to taste.

The filling is quite thick, therefore you can use the star piping tip to pipe the filling into a fancy design for your savory macarons.

Savory Macaron Flavors

Tomato Basil Feta Savory Macarons

Tomato basil savory macarons are made by making macaron shells, followed by a cream cheese filling.

The filling is made by creaming together cream cheese, feta cheese, basil leaves, lemon juice, and salt and pepper to taste. Diced tomatoes are folded into the cream cheese savory macaron filling.

The macarons are assembled by placing 1 macaron shell, then adding a basil leaf, the cream cheese filling, and another macaron shell to sandwich the savory macaron together.

Savory Macaron Flavors

Smoked Salmon and Wasabi Savory Macarons

Smoked salmon and wasabi savory macarons are made with a cream cheese based filling.

The wasabi powder is mixed with a small amount of water to emulsify it.

Next, the cream cheese is beaten until fluffy, and then the wasabi paste mixture is added to it.

Soy sauce, milk, and green onions are added to the cream cheese base to make this savory macaron filling.

To assemble the smoked salmon and wasabi savory macarons, the cream cheese filling is piped onto the macaron shell, and then is topped with a strip of folded smoked salmon. A small amount of cream cheese macaron filling is piped on to of the smoked salmon for the other macaron shell to hold it closed.

These macarons are not able to be frozen, and it is recommended you assemble them right before serving.

Goat Cheese Savory Macarons

Goat cheese savory macarons are made with a fig compote. The figs are chopped, heated, and then cooled.

The filling is made with mascarpone cheese, goat cheese, and black sesame seeds creamed together.

To assemble the goat cheese savory macarons, pipe a ring of the creamy goat cheese mixture around the edge of the macaron shell.

Add the fig compote to the center of the macaron. Top with the other macaron shell and sandwich together.

Pimento Cheese Savory Macarons

Pimento cheese savory macarons are made with a mixing pimento cheese with heavy cream in a food processor until fully combined.

You can even make your own pimento cheese at home for a more intense flavor for your savory macarons.

Bacon Savory Macarons

Bacon savory macarons are made with a buttercream based filling.

Butter is creamed with powdered sugar, and then a hint of maple syrup and vanilla extract are added.

Mix in chopped pieces of bacon to create your savory macaron filling. Pipe inside your macaron shells and sandwich together for a savory bacon macaron.

10 Wedding Macaron Flavors

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Wedding macarons are beautiful and intricate cookies that can be served on a 3 tier stand, or as a macaron tower on a dessert buffet table.

Wedding macarons can be flavored with a variety of flavors including adult beverages (champagne macarons), or dessert flavors (white chocolate ganache macarons).

Wedding macarons can be colored white, gold, or made to be a specific color to match your wedding colors.

Wedding Macaron Flavors

Champagne Macarons

Champagne macarons are made by adding a hint of champagne into a buttercream base frosting.

Champagne macarons can be decorated with a bit of gold dust to make them shine bright.

Wedding Macaron Flavors

Red Velvet Macarons

Red velvet macarons are made by adding cocoa powder, and vanilla extract to the macaron shell batter. Red velvet is a flavor that has both chocolate and vanilla flavors, making it truly memorable.

The filling of the red velvet macaron is a vanilla cream cheese icing. The cream cheese icing with the chocolate flavored macaron shells makes this flavor of macaron creamy and rich.

Vanilla Bean Macarons

Vanilla bean macaron shells can be flavored with the contents of a vanilla pod into the macaron batter.

The filling is made by adding vanilla bean paste to cream cheese frosting. You can add in vanilla extract if you’re wanting a stronger vanilla flavor.

White Chocolate Rose Macarons

White chocolate rose macarons are made by adding vanilla bean paste to the macaron shell batter.

For a bit of added decoration, you can add dried rose petals to the top of the macaron shells, right after piping them. They will make your macarons looked eye catching with it’s textured look.

The filling is made by adding rose water, and melted white chocolate to a buttercream base frosting.

To decorate the macarons, you can add a little more melted white chocolate and streak it on the top of the macaron shells. You can add a few more dried rose petals or sprinkles that will stick onto the melted white chocolate.

Lemon Macarons

Lemon macarons are made by adding 1/4 tsp of lemon extract to the macaron shell batter.

The filling of the lemon macarons are made by adding lemon zest and lemon juice to a buttercream base frosting.

Lemon macarons are tart, tangy, with a little sweetness from the frosting.

White Chocolate Ganache Macarons

White chocolate ganache macarons are full of sweet, creamy chocolate flavor.

You can make white chocolate ganache macarons by heating heavy cream, and pouring it over white chocolate melting wafers.

Make your chocolate ganache the day before, and let it sit in the fridge overnight, prior to filling your macarons.

Turtle Macarons

Turtle macarons are made by substituting some of the almond flour for pecan flour to macaron batter.

The turtles are filled with freshly made caramel sauce.

Caramel sauce is made by cooking sugar in a saucepan and waiting for it to crystallize into an amber color.

Once you’ve reached your desired color, heavy cream is added to the sauce to make creamy and delicious caramel. Butter is added to thin out the caramel sauce and make it more of a rich caramel flavor.

Top the turtle macarons with melted chocolate and pecans.

Add a little chocolate on one half of a pecan and stick it to the top of the macaron.

Add drizzled melted chocolate over the pecan to make it look eye catching and complete the turtle flavor of pecans, chocolate, and caramel.

Wedding Macaron Flavors

Salted Caramel Macarons

Salted caramel macarons are made by creating a caramel sauce using the “wet” method.

Sugar and water are combined in a saucepan white it crystalizes and forms an amber color.

Heavy cream and butter are added to give the caramel sauce a rich and buttery taste while it thickens.

Once the sauce has thickened up, salt is added to give the caramel sauce a salty finish to the sweet caramel. When filling the macarons, a little goes a long way!

Wedding Macaron Flavors

Coffee Macarons

Coffee macarons are made by adding a small dusting of coffee grounds to the tops of the macaron shells right after piping them.

Coffee macarons are filled with coffee cream cheese buttercream icing.

You can add in your coffee flavor by adding a small amount of strong coffee, espresso, or using a pack of instant coffee with a bit of hot water.

Add the coffee in slowly to your filling, you don’t want the flavor to be too overpowering, or too thin of an icing to pipe.

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.

6 Macaron Toppings

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Macarons can be taken to the next level by adding a few beautiful toppings.

Some toppings can be added right after piping the macaron batter. Some macaron toppings won’t do well in the oven, therefore they need to added after the macarons have baked.

Keep this mind when selecting toppings for your macarons.

Caramel Sauce

To add caramel or chocolate drizzle, place your macarons on a large plate.

Put the caramel into a piping bag with a narrow circular tip.

The caramel sauce will come out very quickly. You won’t even need to squish the bag for the flow to come out.

Make one line on 1 half of the macaron. Continue making 2 more lines that criss cross a little to have an elastic band look to it.

Macaron Toppings

Melted Chocolate

Melt a small amount of chocolate (1/4 cup or less). You don’t need much at all to add chocolate as a macaron topping.

Place the melted chocolate into a piping bag with a narrow circular tip. You’re going to need to work quickly if you’re using a piping bag.

Another option is to dip a spoon into the chocolate, and use the edge of the spoon to place the chocolate onto the macaron.

Melted chocolate works well as a macaron topping, because you can use it to add sprinkles or nuts to the tops of your macarons.

Let the melted chocolate dry for 30 minutes prior to storing the macarons away.

Macaron Toppings

Nuts

Finely chopped nuts can be used as a macaron topping, but it needs something to “glue” it to the macaron.

You can use caramel sauce, or chocolate. Chocolate will work the best, because it actually dries and doesn’t cause any mess like caramel sauce does.

  • pistachios
  • walnuts
  • pecans

Sprinkles

Macarons can be decorated with sprinkles right after piping the batter and removing the air bubbles.

Since the batter is sticky while it’s awaiting drying, the sprinkles will adhere to the macaron batter.

Only put a few sprinkles on the macaron, and they should be quite small. Large sprinkles have the risk of melting in the oven and ruining the macaron shells.

Another option is to add melted chocolate after your macarons have been baked and filled. Then gently dust your sprinkles on top of the melted chocolate for it to be “glued” to the top of the macaron.

toppings for macarons

Coffee Granules

You can decorate macarons with coffee granules by sprinkling a couple of granules on the macaron as soon as they are done piping and have had the air bubbles removed.

The coffee granules will stick well to the macaron batter as it dries prior to baking.

Cookie Crumbs

To add cookie crumbs to the top of your macarons, sprinkle a dusting of cookie crumbs on the macarons as soon as you are done piping them.

You can also put 1 tbsp of cookie crumbs directly into the dry ingredients when making macaron batter. This will give the macaron shells a hint of flavor cookie flavor.

cookies and cream icing recipe

4 Orange Macaron Flavors

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Orange macarons are bright colored macarons that can be made into refreshing fruit flavors that can enjoyed on the patio in the summertime.

Orange macarons can be made to fit more of a fall and Halloween theme, if you’re going for the fall flavors (chocolate orange, pumpkin spiced flavored macarons).

Try making your own orange macarons using these decadent orange flavored macarons.

Peach Macarons

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.

orange flavored macarons

Orange and Dark Chocolate Macarons

Orange and dark chocolate macarons are made with a vanilla bean outer shell.

The center filling is a orange zest infused dark chocolate ganache.

Orange dark chocolate macarons have a rich and citrus flavor.

The outer shell is colored with orange gel food coloring or powdered food coloring to give it the vibrant orange color against the dark chocolate filling color.

orange flavored macarons

Pumpkin Spice Macarons

Pumpkin spice macarons are made with a flavored outer shell.

The outer shell has all-spice, cloves, and nutmeg mixed into the almond batter to give the macarons the “spiced” part of pumpkin spice.

The pumpkin spice macaron filling is made with a butter cream base.

Pumpkin puree, vanilla extract, cinnamon, and nutmeg are added to the buttercream filling.

When assembling the macarons, the filling is a ring of pumpkin spice macaron filling, and then the center is a small amount of caramel sauce.

These pumpkin spice macarons have a little bit of a sweet finish with the caramel sauce center.

Mango Macarons

Mango macarons are made by creating the macaron shells, and adding a bit of orange food coloring to the macaron batter.

The filling of the mango macarons is made by adding mango puree to a buttercream base frosting.

11 Summer Macaron Flavors

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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Cotton candy macarons are made by adding cotton candy food flavoring and blue gel food coloring to macaron batter.

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.

7 Spring Macaron Flavors

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Spring is full of bright colors after a long, dark winter.

Spring macarons can be made into an array of vibrant colors.

When making your spring macaron flavors, try to make at least 2-3 different bright colored macarons.

You can match the colors you’ve chosen for your macarons to the fillings you plan to use for your spring macarons.

Spring macaron flavors include citrus, fruit, rose, and tea flavored macarons.

White Chocolate Rose Macarons

White chocolate rose macarons are made by adding vanilla bean paste to the macaron shell batter.

For a bit of added decoration, you can add dried rose petals to the top of the macaron shells, right after piping them. They will make your macarons looked eye catching with it’s textured look.

The filling is made by adding rose water, and melted white chocolate to a buttercream base frosting.

To decorate the macarons, you can add a little more melted white chocolate and streak it on the top of the macaron shells. You can add a few more dried rose petals or sprinkles that will stick onto the melted white chocolate.

Peach Macarons

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.

Lemon Macarons

Lemon macarons are made with a buttercream based macaron filling.

The buttercream is made by adding lemon juice and lemon zest to create the tart buttercream icing.

Grapefruit Macarons

Grapefruit macarons are made by adding grapefruit zest to the macaron batter.

The grapefruit filling for macarons is made by adding grapefruit zest and grapefruit juice to a buttercream base frosting.

Raspberry Macarons

Raspberry macarons are made with a buttercream based filling.

The buttercream is mixed with raspberry jam to create a raspberry buttercream macaron filling.

If you’re wanting a more concentrated burst of flavor, add a bit of jam to the center of the raspberry macaron.

Spring Macaron Flavors

Earl Grey Macarons

Earl grey macarons are made by adding purple gel food coloring and ground up earl grey tea leaves to macaron batter.

Early grey macarons are filled with earl grey buttercream icing.

Early grey tea leaves are added to a buttercream icing base to create this mesmerizing tea macaron flavor.

Taste test, and add more tea if necessary to have a punch of earl grey flavor.

Lavender Macarons

Lavender macarons are made by adding ground up dried lavender to macaron batter.

The filling is a honey buttercream frosting.

You can add more ground up dried lavender to the honey buttercream if you want even more lavender flavor in your lavender macarons.

Spring Macaron Flavors