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Original Macarons

Original Macarons

Size

Our Original Macarons (13 g / 0.45 oz each) are made up of two gourmet almond biscuits and a creamy ganache. These French-styled macarons are traditionally crafted with all-natural ingredients using Madagascar vanilla, Valrhona chocolate, California almonds and fresh fruits.

Flavors: Chocolate, Raspberry, Vanilla, Salted Caramel, Lemon and Pistachio.

How To Serve

Ready to eat – pair up your macaron with a cup of coffee or tea. For the best tasting experience, remove macarons from the fridge 2hrs prior to eating.

Ingredients

Sugar, almonds, egg white, cream, white chocolate (cocoa butter, sugar, whole milk powder, chicory fiber, soy lecithin [emulsifier], natural vanilla extract), butter, salted caramel butter (sugar, glucose syrup, butter, Guerande sea salt), raspberry, glucose syrup, dark chocolate (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa powder, soy lecithin, natural vanilla flavor), lemon, emulsifier (glycerol, mono- and diglycerides of fatty acids, soy lecithin), pistachio paste, egg white powder, cocoa powder, egg yolk, pistachio extract, gelling agent (carrageenan, modified cornstarch, xanthan gum), beet powder, chlorella extract, citric acid, Madagascar vanilla, vanilla extract, raspberry natural flavor, turmeric, pistachios, sweet lemon extract.

Contains tree nuts (almond, pistachio), eggs, milk and soy.

Claims

Cage-free eggs

Gluten free

100% natural ingredients

GMO-free

No additives

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  • Plastic is recyclable
    Made with 80% PCR content

  • GLUTEN-FREE

  • Cage-free eggs

  • Room temperature for 1 week

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Gourmet Macarons

The macaron is an iconic bite-sized treat that many enjoy. This treasured dessert is believed to have made its first known appearance in the French royal court during the 16th Century thanks to Catherine de’ Medici and her pastry chefs. It gained more notoriety in the late 17th century when two nuns, who were seeking asylum during the French Revolution, began baking and selling the sweet treats. Over time, people from different regions of France adopted the recipe, and the macaron went through its never-ending process of reinvention. The delicate French sandwich cookies, often offered in a variety of flavors and colors, have since spread across the world.