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Tipiak Holiday French Macarons at Costco – 2023

Tipiak French Macarons at Costco - 2022 - New

Tipiak French Macarons at Costco are famous! Costco gets a fresh flavor assortment periodically, and for the Fall and Winter holidays this year in 2023, they have a brand new box of these specialty cookies in the following flavors and fillings: Chocolate Hazelnut, Peppermint, Salted Caramel, Pistachio, Pumpkin Spice and Almond White Chocolate macarons!

You’ll find these holiday macarons in the refrigerated specialty aisle of Costco stores, near the Costco Deli. Make sure you refrigerate them until you’re ready to serve them. Each box of Tipiak French Macarons at Costco comes with 36 macaron cookies, 6 in each flavor.


ProTip: Macarons are very delicate cookies. Check the box carefully before placing in your cart, and treat them like you would eggs while shopping, transporting home and removing them from the box. Don’t place items on top of the box, etc.

Why We Love Tipiak Macarons at Costco

Firstly, and most importantly, these are DELICIOUS macarons! If you’ve purchased gourmet [expensive] macarons at a bakery before, then you know these are a super deal. Living in Los Angeles, we have tried macarons from a number of fancy patisseries like Bottega Louie and Laduree. Tipiak macaron cookies are authentic macarons made in France, and using the traditional recipe with almond flour. No, they weren’t baked yesterday like the ones at local bakeries, but considering Laduree charges $125 for 35 macarons…and these are $17…we’ll take these alllllll day long and spend our extra hundred bucks on [how could you spend a hundred bucks??! Amiright?!]. The fancy ones are not 5x better than these, not even close!

Tipiak French Macarons are also Gluten Free (fyi, traditionally, all macarons are GF if they’re made using the authentic/traditional French recipe)! So they’re a great dessert tray option for holiday meals and parties in case you have guests coming who are gluten intolerant. They do have dairy, just FYI, so not for your vegan friends 🙂

With a great flavor assortment, and their muted Fall colors, these macaron cookies will be a hit on any dessert table, afternoon tea, Thanksgiving Dinner, Christmas Dinner, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or brunch! We love piling them up on a tiered tray, they look so pretty! At this price, they’re cheaper than a bouquet of flowers, and definitely a good alternative to flowers for a centerpiece…and in the end everyone can eat them!

Last spring we saw the Rainbow French Macarons, which were VERY popular – these are a Costco Fan Favorite item to buy!

Tipiak Holiday French Macarons at Costco - 2023 - CostContessa

French Macarons at Costco Product Features:

  • 36 Macarons in a Box
  • Flavors:
    • Chocolate Hazelnut
    • Peppermint
    • Salted Caramel
    • Pistachio
    • Pumpkin Spice
    • Almond White Chocolate
  • 6 Cookies in Each Flavor
  • Gluten Free
  • Kosher (dairy)
  • Made in France (Imported)

Tipiak Macarons Costco Price & Item Number

Tipiak 36 French Macarons, Limited Edition, 6 Flavors, Imported from France is Costco Item 1246036 and cost $16.99 per box in-store.

Same price as last year, no inflation on Costco macarons, yes!!

Last price check: 11/12/2023

Find them in the Costco Deli refrigerated aisles, and store them in the fridge.

These Tipiak Macarons are not available online at Costco.com but Costco does have a variety of gourmet cookie and desserts available online to order with shipping.

Macarons at Sam’s Club

Sam’s Club used to offer a box of Members Mark macarons but they no longer offer them (at least not yet for 2023). We’ll let you know if we spot them again, because they came in some great flavors: Vanilla, Salted Caramel, Hot Chocolate Truffle, Cookies ‘N Cream, Red Velvet, and Crème Brûlée. And they were a gorgeous holiday color scheme as well and have blue vanilla macarons mixed into their macaron assortment.

Serve Macarons from Costco with these Holiday Meal Favorites

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  1. Same brand, but the flavors in our package were slightly different: chocolate, strawberry, lemon, pistachio, blueberry, and vanilla. All flavors were distinct, with chocolate being the most mild, and lemon being the most intense. We generally don’t buy macarons, but this one was worth trying.

    1. Oh thanks for the heads up and recommendation! I need to write up the new Spring ones you’re referring to – people will be looking for them for Easter, Passover, showers, etc. These are always really good especially for the price point (macarons are soooo expensive in general)!!

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