Hello friends, I have compiled my best Christmas Macaron Flavors in this post to show you my favorite ones. Below there’s also a gift for you, a free ebook you can download with over 20 Christmas Macaron recipes that can also be found here on my website and an exclusive one that is not here.
I thought putting all the recipes together in one place would make it easier to find them between the hundreds of macaron recipes that I have on the blog.
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I love making cookie boxes at the end of the year. Christmas baking is my favorite! So over the years I have made so many Christmas macaron flavors. Here are some of the Christmas macaron recipes I have on the blog. These are just some of the recipes included in the ebook.
These Gingerbread Macarons are probably my favorite amongst the Christmas flavored ones! They are filled with Gingerbread Buttercream, topped with a drizzle of white chocolate, and sprinkles.
These Cranberry Macarons are filled with Cranberry Sauce and Orange Buttercream. They would be absolutely perfect for your Christmas Cookie Boxes and Macaron Boxes, which include the best flavors made just in the right measurements for Christmas!
These Eggnog Macarons are just perfect, filled with Eggnog Buttercream, they fit perfectly your Christmas Macaron Boxes, and are just the right flavor for Christmas.
These amazing and festive Peppermint Macarons are filled with Peppermint Buttercream filling and crushed candy canes. Perfect for Christmas-time cooking.
These Peppermint Bark Macarons are filled with Peppermint Dark Chocolate Ganache, Peppermint White Chocolate Ganache, and the top shells are dipped in white chocolate and sprinkled with crushed candy canes! I was inspired by the delicious peppermint bark treat. They are super festive and refreshing.
These are the ultimate winter macarons! Chocolate shells are dipped in chocolate, topped with mini marshmallows, and filled with a delicious Hot Chocolate Buttercream. The ingredients make me remember making hot chocolate near Christmas with my sisters! Such a nostalgic recipe.
These are scrumptious Butterbeer Macarons, filled with Butterscotch Ganache, and Butterbeer Buttercream. You’re in the right place if you like Harry Potter and butterscotch. The combination is just mind-blowing. Be sure to make these and watch the first Harry Potter film, and, don’t forget, Happy Christmas, Ron!
These Red Velvet Macarons are filled with Red Velvet Cake and Cream Cheese Frosting! To obtain a vibrant red in the shells don’t be afraid to add a lot of food coloring.
These are Chocolate Macaron Shells, filled with Pecan Caramel Buttercream, topped with a Pecan Turtle Candy! And what is Christmas without pecan turtles?
Christmas Macaron Shapes
To make macarons even more fun for Christmas time, you can make them into different shapes as well. On the ebook you have access to all the templates below and more that aren’t available here on the blog yet but will be soon.
These Reindeer Macarons are absolutely perfect for Christmas and will fit your Cookie Box or Macaron Box beautifully. The template for the reindeers is free, and you will put it under your baking mat to pipe these beauties. They are filled with Gingerbread Buttercream.
To make the Gingerbread Men Macarons I used my Gingerbread Macaron shell template, which you can download for free. Place it under your baking mat, and pipe away. They are filled with a delicious Gingerbread Buttercream. And to decorate the gingerbread men, I have used royal icing and also an edible marker to make the eyes and the mouth.
These super cute Penguin Macarons are filled with a White Chocolate Russian Buttercream! Check out the template which you can download, print, and place under your baking mat or parchment paper, to pipe the cute penguins! They are the perfect Christmas Macarons and match snow and cold weather fantastically.
Christmas Macaron Flavors
- Find instructions on the posts above. More recipes for Christmas can be found on my blog or on the post above with the free ebook you can download.