Our Macarons

Our macarons are naturally GLUTEN FREE!
At Rocq Macarons, we like to give each of our French macarons a unique identity that comes with its own unique flavor and color. Our group of Chefs have worked tirelessly to perfect this Parisian specialty, creating their own technique to make this artisan product one of a kind. Our Macarons are made with almond powder, powder sugar, egg-whites, high quality Chocolate  and with all natural food coloring and flavors.

Our Macarons contain eggs, milk, soy and treenuts (almond)

Choose from our 24-round classic flavors and our seasonal specialties.

Rocq Macarons Traditional:

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Red Velvet

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Matcha Green Tea

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Blood Orange

 blood orange








Bourbon Vanilla


Chocolate Ganache

Blue Velvet

blue velvet

Caramel Beurre de sel

salted caramel




History of Rocq Macarons

What started as a passion for sweets, and having the extensive knowledge in the culinary business, the Rocq’s couldn’t think of anything better than to open up their hearts to the French Macarons and all desserts in general. Eddy Rocq aside from being an excellent Chef, his talent shines even more when it comes to sweets. His sharp attention to details and many sleepless nights of hard work reflect in the outcome of his wonderful French Macarons. They couldn’t let that talent be taken for granted and so in 2011 Rocq Macarons was created opening its online store and shipping all over the U.S. Worked with boutiques such as Refinery 29, Rue La La and most notable, Williams Sonoma selling in their online catalog. In 2012 OPRAH magazine approached Rocq after tasting many French Macarons available in the States and decided to feature them for their unique Heart-Shaped Macarons and delicious flavors. Between Mr and Mrs Rocq, they have built up their great reputation and short after that, landing Whole Foods Market as their first big account. We envision a great future for Rocq Macarons and we hope you joins us on our journey.