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Tipiak French Macarons at Costco are famous! Costco gets a fresh flavor assortment periodically, and for the Fall and Winter holidays this year in 2022, they have a brand new box with Chocolate Hazelnut, Peppermint, Salted Caramel, Pistachio, Pumpkin Spice and Almond White Chocolate macarons! Each box of Tipiak French Macarons at Costco comes with 36 macaron cookies, 6 in each flavor.

These are authentic macarons from almond flour, and they are made in France. Tipiak French Macarons are also Gluten Free! With a great flavor assortment, and their muted Fall colors, these macaron cookies will be a hit on any dessert table, afternoon tea, or brunch! Last spring we saw the Rainbow French Macarons, which were VERY popular – these are a Costco Fan Favorite item to buy!

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Tipiak Holiday French Macarons at Costco - 2022 - 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.

These Tipiak Macarons are also available online at Costco.com for $19.99 and ship with the “Cold & Frozen” Costco grocery home delivery program.

Macarons at Sam’s Club

Sam’s Club has some macarons coming soon on their website – which look great and come in some great flavors: Vanilla, Salted Caramel, Hot Chocolate Truffle, Cookies ‘N Cream, Red Velvet, and Crème Brûlée. Worth a look!

Serve Macarons from Costco with:

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