Most of the flavor of a macaron comes from the filling. These are the fillings I have tried so far. If you don't see what you want on the list, just request it--I LOVE trying new recipes!!!
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Butter, confectioner's sugar, cocoa, salt, vanilla, and cream. My most popular flavor.
Simple goodness. Shell can be left plain or dyed any color in the rainbow.
Raspberry, Strawberry (pictured), Blueberry, Lemon. I use juice from fresh fruit whenever possible, never extracts.
Pistachio pieces in the buttercream, homemade pistachio flour in the shell. If you like pistachio, this is for you!
Apple Cinnamon, Pumpkin pie spice, Gingerbread--spices in the buttercream and also mixed into the shell. These pair well with sweater weather!
Coconut mixed into the buttercream, with toasted coconut on top. If you like coconut macaroons, you will DEFINITELY like coconut macarons.
Oreo cookie crumbs mixed into the buttercream and also sprinkled on top
Peppermint is a Christmas favorite, and Chocolate Mint (not pictured) is an anytime favorite!
Homemade ooey gooey perfection (a personal favorite)
Ooey gooey perfection with kosher salt sprinkled on top
A fall favorite, made with apple butter and brown sugar
The classic chocolate hazelnut spread
Justin's almond butter. Pictured is "The Councilman," or Triple Almond: almond flour shells filled with almond butter and crushed roasted almonds
Definitely a personal favorite
Tastes like summer! Inspired by a trip to Aruba, where passion fruit is a common ingredient in sauces and desserts
Delicious within a ring of lemon buttercream! If you're unfamiliar with lemon curd, it tastes similar to the lemon in lemon meringue pie. I have yet to make my own, but have used the Bonne Maman brand, which is yummy!
Boiling heavy cream poured over dark chocolate, then mixed until they melt together...mmm. For the true chocolate lover!
Keep it plain, or mix in other flavors! So far I have tried mixing in Craisins and orange zest for a mouth-watering orange-cranberry flavor. Great for the holidays!