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Costco heart shaped macarons are back! These adorable pink and white heart macaron cookies are only available for Valentine’s Day and word to the wise, they sell out fast! And, they are delicious! There is no better dessert than macarons for Valentine’s Day as they are known to be one of the most romantic desserts in the world.

Depending on your store, you may have one of two different brands of Heart Shaped Valentine’s Macaron Cookies – both are very similar, and equally adorable! Both Le Chic Pâtissier and Tipiak have pink and white heart macarons at Costco this year, and we expect both will sell out quickly! These are limited edition, so don’t forget to grab a box early if you’d like to have them on Valentine’s Day. Maybe even an extra box! 

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Le Chic Patissier Heart Shaped Macarons at Costco

This year you’ll find a 25 count box of these fan favorite Valentine’s cookies. Each box contains both vanilla and raspberry flavored heart shaped macarons. These pink and white cookies are made in Belgium.

Costco Heart Shaped Macarons
Le Chic Patissier Heart Shaped French Macarons at Costco for Valentine’s Day
Tipiak Heart Shaped Macaron Cookies at Costco for Valentine’s Day

Tipiak Heart Shaped Macarons at Costco

This year you’ll also find 20 count boxes of Tipiak’s insta-worthy pink and white heart-shape Valentine’s Day cookies. Each box of these French macarons comes with chocolate and vanilla & raspberry flavored macaron cookies. We see other colors/flavors of Tipiak French Macarons at Costco throughout the year.

Tipiak Heart Shaped Macaron Cookies at Costco for Valentine’s Day

Where To Find Costco Heart Shaped Macarons in Store

Find the Costco Valentine Heart Macarons in the specialty aisle at Costco. 

Costco Item Number and Price  

Le Chic Patissier’s heart-shaped macarons 25CT are Costco item number 1275441 and cost $12.99 for a box of 25 cookies, or $0.52 per macaron.

Tipiak heart shaped macarons 20CT are Costco item number 1581360 and cost $9.99 for a box of 20 cookies, or $0.50 per macaron.

Serving Ideas for Heart-Shaped Macarons

When choosing the perfect accompaniment for your Valentine’s Day heart shaped Macarons, undoubtedly coffee, tea, and champagne are the three most popular pairings.

We also think it’s fun to match the beverage to the particular flavors – perhaps a raspberry bellini or strawberry lemonade!

To give Valentine’s macarons as a gift, consider pairing with an adorable plushie like these Mini Squishmallows, a set of bath bombs, or decorating with a DIY Valentine’s Balloon Arch!

Dessert boards are all the rage this year! You can pile these gorgeous heart shape cookies up with popcorn, fresh raspberries, fresh strawberries, Valentines Hershey Kisses and Valentine’s Sweet Hearts for a gorgeous and fun presentation. We rounded up some fun ideas for you – we’re loving these Valentine’s Dessert Boards – any of which would look fantastic with Costco heart shaped macarons added to them!

Build your own Valentine’s Dessert Charcuterie Tray using Costco heart shaped macarons with these ideas:

Le Chic Patisserie Heart Shaped Macaron Ingredients & Nutritional Panel

Every box of macarons contains 8 Servings (3 Macarons per serving). Each serving has 200 calories, 10 of fat, and 4 grams of protein.

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