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
Spiced Pecan Macarons with Caramelized Apple Buttercream
Pumpkin Churro Macarons with Cream Cheese Filling
S'mores Macarons Recipe
Hazelnut Pear Macarons
Salted Caramel Macarons
Did I include your favorite fall flavors? Leave a comment below!
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