Mmmarvelous! Where to get the best macarons in Calgary

Macarons are delicious and fun. Gluten-free and available in every flavour and rainbow colour imaginable, these light and lovely French dessert cookies can be found at these Calgary bakeries. Be warned: they are sweetly addictive.

Ollia Macarons & Tea

810 16 Avenue SW, Calgary, AB T2R 0S9

Delicate sandwich cookies made with almond-meringue biscuits and filled with ganache, buttercream or jam, Ollia maracon flavours include salted caramel, lavender honey and raspberry white chocolate cheesecake. They also happen to be 100 per cent gluten free.

Manuel Latruwe Belgian Patisserie & Bread Shop

1333 1 Street SE, Calgary, AB T2G 5L1

While Manuel Latruwe makes classic sweet macaron flavours such as chocolate, lemon, coffee and pistachio, it also produces savoury macarons. These include maple bacon, fois gras with onion chutney, boursin salmon and olive tapenade.

Yann Haute Patisserie

329, 23 Ave SW, Calgary, AB T2S 0J3

Yann Haute specializes in macarons. Twelve flavours are available each day on a rotating basis. For celebrations, Yann Haute also offers macaron cakes and towers.

Monplaisir Delicacies Ltd

410C-751 3 St SW, Calgary, AB T2P 4K8

Monplaisir’s French Macarons come in 21 standard flavours and eight seasonal flavours and are gluten- and animal-gelatin free. Purchase them direct from the bakery or have them delivered right to your door across Canada.

Ca-Ex Express Ltd

4572 14 St NE, Calgary, AB T2E 6T7

You’ve never seen a macaron so pretty as Ohh La La Patisserie’s dulce de leche mini macaron cakes with chocolate ganache, cream and raspberries. Tall and tempting, with a flash of chocolate and berry topping, they’re irresistible.

La Boulangerie

2435 4 St SW, Calgary, AB T2S 1X5

Located in Mission, La Boulangerie is a bakery, coffee and pastry shop serving croissants, baguettes, crepes and European pastries as well as lattes, cappuccinos the like. Among the flaky desserts served, you'll find a changing assortment of macarons.

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