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Gorgeous handmade french style macarons, from the Cupcake Baker, the leader in Oxford and Oxfordshire

Flavours in box: salted caramel, raspberry and chocolate.
(please note: when ordering there is a maximum of three flavours per box)

Client feedback:
Hello Cupcake Baker
I must say that your macarons are outstanding and believe me, they are my favourites. Thank you so much, (just three left after half an hour!).
They are one of the best ones I've ever had.
Florence Benfeghoul (a french client)

Hi Macaroon Baker
I just wanted to say thank you so very much for the most delicious macaroons, they went down a treat, and we had none left, so I've passed on your details.
Superb product, superb service, thanks again.
Sharon, 50 macaroons for a party in Steventon, Oxfordshire, 3rd February 2018.

Gorgeous handmade french style macarons, from the Cupcake Baker, the leader in Oxford and Oxfordshire

Above: a special wedding order; ivory, lime green and
chocolate macaroons with chocolate ganache and
sharp lime filling.

Cupcake Baker, 6 High Street, Culham, Abingdon,
Oxfordshire OX14 4NB

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Macaroons - or Le Macaron
The famous French macaron is a delicious round delicacy that can be found in a wide variety of vibrant colors and flavours, from the traditional to the exotic. Once cooked they have a delicate melt in the mouth crust and delectably soft, chewy interior.

Above: wedding macaroon tower with 125 macaroons at Aynhoe Park,

A box of 16 macaroons (up to 3 flavours per order) costs £24.00 plus delivery - see below for delivery. Flavours can be emailed:

Increasing in popularity we are delighted to offer you our new range of gorgeous handmade french style macarons in six delicious flavours;
Lemon with a sharp zesty lemon and lemon curd centre
Aromatic raspberry with a flavoursome raspberry filling
Chocolate with a rich chocolate ganache
Jasmine green tea with a tangy lime filling
Salted caramel with a luscious salted caramel filling
Blackcurrant with a delicious, tangy blackcurrant centre

Beautifully presented in a stylish tissue lined silver box (above, opposite) with ribbons they make a perfect gift.

Please email us before you make the payment to make sure we have availability and can deliver. We will need 2 days notice before the required delivery date.

Our macaroon contain nuts in the form of ground almonds and also contain eggs. Size of macaroons may vary due to the handmade baking process.

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Please note: your order will not be processed until payment is received.

Macaroon, collection or delivery

Delivery prices
Macaroon delivery to Abingdon is free. A box of macaroons within a 5 mile radius of Abingdon: £5.95.
Within a 5 -12 mile radius including Oxford city: £7.95.
Collection is also available from our premises by prior arrangement.

Macaroons are thought to have originated in an Italian monastery; the name comes from the Italian word macarone or maccherone meaning 'fine paste'. Later the chefs of Catherine de' Medici took the recipe to France in 1533 at the time of her marriage to Henri II.

In Switzerland the macaroon is known as the Luxemburgerli and in Japan they are known as makarons. They are particularly fashionable in cities such as New York and Singapore.