Mad about Macarons for Sale

Hazelnut & Coffee Macarons

You can now have these delicate and elegant French confections at your next tea party, birthday party, picnic, office event or simply because they are so wonderfully addictive! They also make perfect gifts for your friends or family for that special occasion.

Flavours Available: Chocolate (with dark chocolate ganache), Hazelnut (with hazelnut chocolate buttercream), Lemon, Rose, Raspberry (with a light lemon, rose and framboise buttercream respectively), Opera (with expresso buttercream and a dark chocolate ganache centre), Apricot (with apricot cream, studded with plum apricot bits and a nut praline centre), Pistachio (with pistachio paste and a nut praline centre), Blackforest (with dark chocolate ganache and a cherry centre). Custom flavours available on request.

Chocolate Macarons with Dark Chocolate Ganache:

Trio of Chocolate Macarons

Hazelnut Macarons with Light Chocolate Hazelnut Buttercream:

Hazelnut Macarons

Lemon Macarons with Tangy Lemon Buttercream:

Lemon Macarons

Rose Macarons with Delicately Scented Rose Buttercream:

Rose Macarons with Rose Scented Buttercream

Raspberry Macarons with Fruity Framboise Buttercream:

Pink Macarons with Framboise Buttercream

Available for Purchase: 1.5″ - 2″ Macarons @ S$2.00 each (min purchase of 28 macarons, choice of 3 flavours per order of 28). Elegant gift box packaging available @ a nominal cost.

For details on how to place your order and full listing of available macaron flavours, please click here.

13 Responses to “Mad about Macarons for Sale”

  1. Evan Says:

    you’re selling yr macarons? thats great! do you put them in the same kind of plastic box that u got from canele’s?

  2. Karen Says:

    Hi Evan, yes, I’m selling them. No, I haven’t found anything similar to that yet. Do let me know if you’ve finally found these boxes for sale anywhere. I’ll let you know if I find them too. :o)

  3. Evan Says:

    hey karen, i sent you an email :)

  4. cadenze Says:

    Hi Karen,

    Thanks for dropping by my blog. Please do let me know if I can ‘tompang’ someone else’s orders ‘coz there’s no way I’m gonna get the permission to order 25 macarons. :(


  5. mel Says:

    hi karen,

    can you tell me where to get those plastic boxes u put yr macaroons in?? cuz i wanna use them for storing my cupcakes…. thx!


  6. Karen Says:

    Hi Mel,

    Spotlight used to sell them, but I was there just 2 weeks ago and they didn’t have many left. In any case, they were very expensive (for than $4 each). I bought most of mine from a shop in KL.

  7. mel Says:

    thanks ill go check it out!

  8. Sherry Chan Says:

    Dear Karen:

    I absolutely adore your macarons. I have been making macarons for over 10 years for my parents’ friends and family. But, I only make coffee-flavored ones because that’s the only flavor that they like and/or will eat. So, twice a year for Christmas and Chinese New Years, I have to make hundreds of them. Gosh, I wished that they would open their minds or taste buds so I can experiment with different flavors. No such luck.

    I think that I must have every book on macaron ever published (mostly in French).

    Happy Holidays!

    Sherry Chan

    P.S. If you are ever in San Francisco, please contact me. I have an obsession with bakeries, thus, I can give you a tour of all the bakeries in the Bay Area.

  9. Sherry Chan Says:

    Dear Karen:

    Once again, absolutely love your macarons. I was wondering would you mind sharing your sesame macaron recipe, please. My parents love sesame flavor, so I thought perhaps, they will try a sesame macaron (vs. always eating the coffee flavored ones). I could make it for them for Chinese New Year dinner!

    Thanks in advance.

    Kind regards,


  10. Shu Ling Says:

    Hi Karen,

    Could you tell me where you’re based? I’m wondering if it’s possible to make an order from you.

  11. witchymonkey Says:

    was thinking mayb you could open some classes on bakery. i would love to join one, provided its not very expensive.

  12. janice Says:

    Hi, i was just wondering how fine must the sieve be when you sieve the almonds? I found this process extremely time consuming and tried to grind the store bought ground almonds but they became like a paste and I still had to use my hands to try and push them through the sieve….

  13. Karen Says:

    Janice: I use a regular sieve, the same kind used to sift flour. The almonds should not become a paste. You can try grinding the almonds together with the icing/confectioner’s sugar that is required in your recipe. This will prevent the almonds from turning into a paste. You’ll still have to push the more stubborn bits through the sieve though.

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