In most bakeries you’ll find these petite, sweet, bright and colorful treats, but have you ever tried one? Macarons (pronounced: mah-kah-ROHN) are meringue-based cookies sandwiched around delicious ganache, buttercream or fruit jam. They are not overly sweet, but just sweet enough to satisfy any sweet tooth. You can find these little round desserts in your local Publix bakery. The colors and flavors rotate, so you can always try something new!

Macarons are thought to have been created in Italy as a single cookie. When macarons came over to France, they upgraded the single cookie to the sandwiched dessert we know and love today. This sweet treat became so popular that it’s now enjoyed across the globe.

They are a perfect addition to any occasion, whether you’re attending a cookie exchange, wedding event or holiday gathering. Find the flavors for each season below:

  • Purple – Gingerbread
  • Green – Pistachio
  • Red – Red Velvet
  • White – Peppermint Hot Chocolate with Candy Cane
  • Blue – Caramel Toffee
  • Pink – Strawberry
  • Yellow – Lemon

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Next time you’re in the Publix bakery, pick up a macaron! Which one will you try first? Share your favorites in the comments below.

Caroline A.

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Caroline started with Publix as a cashier in 2015 and has developed a passion for writing and social media. She loves being a part of Publix’s culture and enjoys bringing new ideas to The Publix Checkout by writing about topics customers might not know about the company. Pub Subs and Publix Sweet Tea are her favorites, and you’ll always find her with an iced coffee in hand. Outside of work, Caroline enjoys traveling, watching college football and playing with her fur child.

6 Comments on “Macaron Flavors You Must Try

  1. AvatarCAROL

    OMG, I LOOOVE the macarons! My favorites are the strawberry, red velvet, caramel toffee, and the cherry blossom. Don’t care for the cinnamon roll or apple pie, myself, but I’m obsessed with the others, unfortunately. lol. What will the flavors be for Nov and Dec?

  2. AvatarMary Andring

    I was unimpressed to say the least. 2 bucks a cookie and they tasted just like overly sweet speckled, candy Easter eggs. They look pretty, but that’s it. Take a big spoon of sugar, and drop in dye and extract. If you like that, you’ll love this. I usually love Publix stuff. Not this time.

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