From salted caramel and spiced apple to pumpkin churro and s'mores, these fall macaron flavors will add a little sweetness to the season.
Autumn is a fun season for baking because there are so many cozy desserts to make. Macarons are a small, sweet treat with endless flavor combinations. These fall macaron flavors will wow your friends and family.
If you're looking for a super-easy fall dessert, check out my pumpkin spice mug cake recipe.
For more macaron recipes, explore these winter macaron flavors.
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Tools and Equipment
Avid bakers will likely have most of the equipment needed to make french macarons. If you're a more casual home baker, however, you might need to stock up on a thing or two.
- Silicon mat or parchment paper: Personally, I've had success with a Silpat, but many baking pros prefer parchment paper.
- Half-sheet pans: A reliable baking pan is needed to make macarons.
- Piping tip: Use a round decorating tip such as a no. 1A piping tip.
- Pastry bag: You can use disposable patry bags, reusable pastry bags, or you can even use a gallon-size Ziploc in a pinch.
- Mixer: I use a KitchenAid stand mixer in Empire Red, but you can use any electric mixer.
- Sifter: A handcrank sifter or a basic mesh sifter are important tools for sifting the almond flour.
Store in a dry airtight container in a single layer. Store in the fridge for 3-5 days or in the freezer for up to one month.
Macarons are no walk in the park. Can I use parchment paper? What pastry tip should I use? When should I add food coloring?
Lucky for you (and me!) Food Nouveau has a wonderful resource, a macaron troubleshooting guide with useful tips and advice.
Fall Macaron Flavors
Did I include your favorite fall flavors? Leave a comment below!