—French Macarons

Daily Classics Descriptions

French Macarons

french macarons

A macaron is a sweet meringue-like cookie which is filled with ganache, buttercream, or jam.  It is shell-like on the outside a little chewy on the inside and easily melts in your mouth.

We love macarons because they are sweet and beautiful and the flavor possibilities are endless! Each one is a treat to eat and a combination of flavors makes a beautiful and thoughtful gift!

We have created many delectable flavors so far and we plan to introduce new flavors over time.  We’re excited for the creative adventure!

Macarons are naturally gluten-free since they are made with nut flours and not wheat flour. Therefore, not safe for those with nut allergies!

Current Flavors*:
Vanilla Bean
Lemon
Salted Caramel
Raspberry
Pistachio
Pumpkin

Chocolate Macarons:
Double Chocolate
Hazelnut
Cookie Dough
Chocolate Strawberry
Chocolate Mint

We bake a limited quantity of each flavor, so all flavors might not be available each day.  Please contact/visit the shop to see which flavors are available.

• $1.50 per Macaron 

•  You can purchase any amount in the shop and/or pre-order any amount and we will put together a variety pack based on what we have available that day.

Please note, that any order above 2 dozen would most likely require a pre-order (we have a limited supply available on any given day to assure freshness).  Please give 5 days’ notice for all larger or custom orders.

 •  Specific flavors and colors can be ordered as a minimum of 12 and must be ordered with 5 days’ notice.

Shelf-Life:

Macarons are best if consumed within 3 days. They can be refrigerated or frozen in an air-tight container (frozen macarons can last for up to two weeks).

wedding macarons

To place your order:

Call Us:

Bel Air 443-371-6664
Cockeysville 410-891-8220

Email Us:

info@flavorcupcakery.com

*When emailing us directly please indicate Bel Air or Cockeysville shop location in the subject line, thank you!

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