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by Ina Louise Manto

Macarons (not to be confused with the coconut cookie macaroOns) are the French dessert that look like colorful mini sandwiches that usually come in pastel colors. They’re cute, they come in all sorts of flavors, and they can be delivered straight to you via these French macarons online sellers:


Nibble MNL


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Run by a pastry student, Nibble MNL brings happiness one treat at a time. If you think pastel-colored macarons are a treat for the eyes, check out their macarons than come in gorgeous marbled patterns just like this galaxy-looking set. A dozen (Php 540) will let you enjoy different flavors like butterscotch, chocolate matcha, lemon, and red velvet.

To send an order, message them here.




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Filipino-owned patisserie Bizu has become a household name for world-class French pastry. They’re known for their cakes, comfort French food, and of course macarons. They’re the first to bring this well-beloved French dessert in the country! Bizu’s Macaron de Paris (Php 1,200) comes in 20 different flavors in one pack, varying from classic and Pinoy flavors like raspberry, Madagascar vanilla, salted caramel, and queso de bola.

You can order them here.


Merry Macarons


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Merry Macarons takes their baking game to the next level by making favorite characters on them, just like this set of Animal Crossing villagers. They also have different characters that children would love, including Pikachu, Dora Explorer, and more – they’re the first in the country to make sculpted macarons!

Merry Macarons has a minimum order of 12 pieces, starting at Php 50 for round macarons. To send an order, check out this form.


La Vie En Rose Sweets


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La Vie En Rose Sweets’ dainty hand-painted macarons would make you want to go on a picnic or an afternoon high tea with your mom’s best set of plates. They’re just too pretty! They also have other desserts like strawberry cheesecake and madeleine that are decorated with real and edible flowers.

For orders and inquiries, send them a message.




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Boulangerie22 is your one-stop shop for fresh artisan breads and pastries. They use both classic and modern baking methods to fit the Filipino taste, just like their take on the ube-cheese trend with their macarons.

Treat yourself with a gift box of 5 for Php 195. You can order here or through food delivery apps like Grab Food and Food Panda.

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Macarose bakes affordable macarons that are made with high-quality ingredients – crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. Their variety of flavors would fit every palate too, from their classics like coffee and vanilla to specials like fruity pebbles and Nutella.

Classic flavors start at Php 50 per piece and you can order them here.


Tous Le Jours

Did you know that Tous Le Jours is a South Korean-owned French bakery? No wonder why we always see their cute cakes in our favorite dramas! Of course, they wouldn’t be a French bakery without having macarons and baguettes, right? Aside from their classic Macaron de Paris, Tous Le Jours hits the Pinoy palate with their ube macarons.

A box of premium macarons is Php 288 for six pieces and you can order them here.

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This article was republished with permission from 8List.ph. Minor edits have been made for Bitesized.ph.

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