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My husband and I honeymooned in Paris years ago, but I remember the French macarons just like yesterday: light and delicate, with a crisp exterior, chewy interior, and just the right amount of sweetness. Today, we’re doing the impossible: Making a low carb keto macarons recipe — and it brings me back to Paris every time.
Making homemade macarons can be finicky, but just like a keto cheesecake or lava cake, the process is easy as long as you follow the right technique. And, I’ve gone through the testing to give you all the best tips for perfect sugar free macarons every time, with surprisingly simple ingredients.
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What Are Macarons?
Macarons are the ultimate fancy dessert! This classic French sandwich cookie contains two delicate, lightly crisp, and chewy wafers surrounding a buttercream, chocolate, or jam filling. Many get their unique look with added food coloring, melted chocolate, or even sprinkles.
Traditionally, macarons are made with almond flour, beaten egg whites, and powdered sugar. To make a sugar free French macarons recipe that tastes like the original, we’re swapping the sugar with a safe keto sugar alternative (and adding chocolate for a classic flavor!).
Why You’ll Love This Keto Macarons Recipe
- Sweet chocolate flavor
- Delicate crisp and chewy texture
- Easy to make in multiple flavors (variations listed below!)
- Naturally gluten-free with dairy-free option
- 2g net carbs per cookie
- So authentic looking, nobody will guess they’re keto!
Ingredients You’ll Need
This section explains how to choose the best ingredients for low carb macarons, what each one does in the recipe, and substitution options. For measurements, see the recipe card below.
For the shells:
- Egg Whites – A traditional, naturally keto ingredient for macarons! Use fresh egg whites instead of whites in a carton for the most consistent results.
- Besti Powdered Monk Fruit Allulose Blend – A finely powdered consistency and excellent dissolving ability helps this keto sweetener blend easily into the macaronage, all while tasting just like sugar. You can use powdered erythritol or other keto sweeteners (most contain erythritol as a bulking agent, even if they are labeled as “monk fruit” or “stevia”) instead, but there is a chance it might crystallize and cause a gritty texture.
- Besti Crystallized Monk Fruit Allulose Blend – A blend of both monk fruit and pure allulose mimics the consistency of granulated sugar.
- Wholesome Yum Almond Flour – Almond flour is a traditional ingredient in macarons, so don’t skip it! The fine grind in this one helps create smooth outer shells. You must use almond flour, not almond meal for the ideal macaron texture. Do not use coconut flour, which would be too dry.
- Cocoa Powder – Provides a dry source of chocolate flavor that keeps the shells from getting too “wet.” Use the best-quality brand you can source. (If you want other flavors of macarons, you’ll omit this — see variations below.)
- Sea Salt – Adds balance to the sweet taste in the keto macarons recipe.
- Vanilla Extract – Brings out the chocolate flavor! Use the best quality brand possible.
For the chocolate cream filling:
- ChocZero Dark Chocolate Chips – They taste and melt like conventional chocolate, making them the perfect choice for a sugar free macarons filling. You can also use sugar-free milk chocolate chips if you prefer.
- Heavy Cream – For a dairy free option, coconut cream will also work.
- Vanilla Extract – Adds more depth to the filling.
- Sea Salt – Balances the sweet flavor.
How To Make Macarons
This section shows how to make keto French macarons with step-by-step photos and details about the technique, to help you visualize it. For full instructions, including amounts and temperatures, see the recipe card below.
- Sift dry ingredients. Use a fine-mesh sieve to sift almond flour, cocoa powder, salt, and sweetener together into a large mixing bowl.
- Make meringue. In a large bowl, use a stand mixer or hand mixer to whip egg whites until they reach a frothy consistency. Slowly add Besti sweeteners (both powdered and crystallized), and continue to whip on medium speed until soft peaks form. Add vanilla, then continue whipping on medium-high until stiff peaks form.
- Fold. Add one-third of the almond flour mixture to the meringue. Fold in with a spatula, then slowly add more of the mixture. Use the spatula to fold under the batter and around the edges, then cut through the middle. (See tips below on how to know this step is done correctly.)
- Pipe. Use a piping bag with a round tip to pipe batter onto the lined baking tray (using both a silicone liner and parchment over it), following a template if possible (this silicone liner has a perfect template for 1-inch macarons).
- Rest. Allow piped batter to rest for 30-60 minutes at room temperature.
- Bake. Bake your healthy macarons, until they are lightly browned and remove easily from the parchment paper. If they stick, give them 1-2 minutes more baking time until they release cleanly. Allow shells to fully cool on the parchment (no need to transfer to a wire rack).
- Make ganache. Place all filling ingredients in a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 1 minute, or until melted fully. (You can also melt in a double boiler, if you prefer. Refrigerate for 15 minutes, then whisk again until smooth.
- Assemble. Dollop ganash on one macaron shell and sandwich with another. A piping bag makes it easier!
Tips For The Best Sugar Free Macarons
Keto macarons may not always bake perfectly, but these tips will help you create more consistent (and delicious) results:
- Use a food scale. Macarons depend on accurate measurements, so weigh your ingredients — you’ll be much more likely to succeed on the first try! The recipe card below includes measurements in grams if you switch to Metric.
- Sift dry ingredients. Sifting keeps the shells perfectly smooth. If you don’t have a fine mesh sieve or want an easier way to sift, you can pulse the dry ingredients a few times in a food processor instead to achieve a similar result.
- Use the “figure 8” test. During this folding step, called the macronage, you should be able to form a figure-8 shape with the batter running off your spatula onto the rest of the mixture. If you can make the shape and the batter dissolves easily back into itself, the macronage is ready.
- Don’t over-fill the outlines when piping. The batter will spread slightly. Keep the batter within the outlines so that the cookies don’t run together later.
- Don’t skip the resting stage. After piping, the macarons need time to develop a “skin,” which prevents cracks in the cookies.
- Take your time. Steps for aging the egg whites and allowing the macaron shells to dry before baking creates consistent, picture-perfect results. Don’t rush the process! Homemade macarons are the best if you’re patient.
- Bake until they don’t stick. If they stick, it means they need more time in the oven. They should release cleanly.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are macarons keto?
Macarons don’t align with keto diets because they traditionally contain powdered sugar. The good news is that it’s easy to make sugar free macarons that align with low carb macros!
Macaroons vs macarons: What’s the difference?
Macaroons are a rounded, coconut-based cookie, while macarons are a delicate sandwich cookie made with almond flour and a powdered sweetener. (And in case you’re wondering, you can make keto macaroons, too!)
Why did my macarons crack?
Macarons can crack for several reasons:
- Not letting macarons dry – Time to dry allows the macarons to develop a “skin” on top that keeps air from escaping.
- Under-whipped meringue – This creates hallow macaron shells that easily crack.
- Oven hot spots – Ovens don’t always heat evenly, so try baking one tray at a time and rotating it if needed for better air circulation.
Why is my macaron batter runny?
If macaron batter runs too much after piping it onto the baking sheet, it is most likely due to under-mixed or very over-mixed egg whites. The batter should be thick, yet still dissolve easily into itself when you scoop and swirl it back into the bowl.
Why do I need to “age” the egg whites?
Allowing egg whites to sit in the fridge overnight allows some of their moisture to evaporate and creates a stronger meringue for the macaronage.
The best part about keto macarons? You can make them in so many different flavors!
Shell flavor variations:
- Strawberry – Add a few teaspoons of freeze dried strawberry powder to the dry ingredients instead of cocoa powder.
- Coffee – Replace cocoa with 2-3 teaspoons of espresso powder (not granules).
- Cinnamon – Trade cocoa for 1-2 tablespoons of ground cinnamon.
- Lavender – Replace cocoa with 1 teaspoon dried lavender (finely powdered).
- Lemon – Add zest of 1 lemon to dry ingredients instead of cocoa powder.
- Cream Cheese Frosting
- Raspberry Buttercream – Use the frosting recipe in this vanilla cupcakes recipe.
- Lemon Buttercream – Use the buttercream from my keto lemon cake.
- Cookie Cream Filling – The classic filling from my keto oreos would work perfectly with low carb macarons!
- Keto Strawberry Jam
- Nut Butter – Peanut butter or butter made from any other kind of keto nuts is a fun twist.
Store this keto macarons recipe in a tightly covered container at room temperature for 1-2 days, or in the fridge for 3-4 days. Keep cookies separate with parchment (do not use wax paper), or space them out so they don’t stick together.
Can you freeze macarons?
Yes! You can freeze macarons and macaron shells by themselves for 3-4 months. Place them in an airtight container lined with several layers of parchment before freezing so they won’t be exposed to the dry air in the freezer. Bring macarons (or shells) to room temperature before enjoying.
More Keto Chocolate Cookie Recipes
Love chocolate but want to skip the sugar? Try these mouthwatering treats:
Tools To Make Low Carb Macarons
- ChocZero Dark Chocolate Chips – For rich chocolate flavor in macarons, without any sugar!
- Fine-Mesh Sieve – Perfect for keeping lumps out of the macronage.
- Silicone Macaron Liner – This one comes with handy circles to pipe macaron shells evenly.
- Piping Bag – Makes it easy to control batters and fillings for the cookies.
Keto Macarons Recipe
Sugar Free Keto Macarons Recipe (No Fail!)
This low carb keto macarons recipe has the best tips for success, at 2g net carbs each! Learn how to make sugar free macarons, plus 10 flavor variations.
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Tap on the times in the instructions below to start a kitchen timer while you cook.
Add your egg whites to a bowl and place in the refrigerator overnight.
Remove the egg whites from the refrigerator and allow them to come up to room temperature.
Sift together the almond flour, cocoa powder, salt and the Besti powdered sweetener. Set aside.
Using a hand mixer fitted with a whisk attachment, whip the egg whites on low to a frothy consistency, then slowly add the Besti crystallized sweetener. Once the egg whites turn white, whip on medium until soft, glossy peaks form. Add the vanilla to the meringue during the soft peak stage, then continue whipping on medium-high for 5-7 minutes, until stiff peaks form.
Add 1/3 of the almond mixture to the meringue and fold together using a silicone spatula. Slowly add the rest of the almond mixture. Fold your spatula under the batter and around the edges and then cut through the batter until uniform. The macaronage is ready when you can easily form an “8” shape without the meringue breaking, and the batter dissolves back into the batter seamlessly.
Place a macaron baking mat on a baking sheet. Top the baking mat with parchment paper to prevent the macarons from sticking.
Add a round tip to a pastry bag and fill it with the macronage. Pipe the macronage onto the parchment paper, following the macaron template. Be careful not to go outside the outline.
Allow the macarons to dry uncovered for 30-60 minutes, until a crust forms on the surface and the macarons are dry to a gentle touch.
Preheat the oven to 350 degrees F (176 degrees C) and bake for 12-15 minutes or until lightly browned. The cooled cookies should pull away from the parchment paper with ease. If they stick to the parchment paper they were not baked enough. Set aside to cool.
Meanwhile, make the chocolate ganache. Add the heavy cream, chocolate chips, and sea salt to a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 1 minute. If the chocolate chips are not fully melted, whisk and microwave for an additional 30 seconds.
Place the chocolate mixture into the fridge for 15 minutes, then whisk till smooth.
Once your macarons have cooled completely, remove from the parchment paper.
Add the chocolate ganache to a pastry bag and cut a small opening at the bottom. Pipe the ganache onto a cookie and top with another.
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Serving size: 1 macaron
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I will hold off on rating but like every other person who did rate I’m extremely disappointed and feel this is kind of a disingenuous recipe. The batter/dough looked great; even after piping. Just like “real” macaron which I make often. Then the spread started. They took a full hour to rest; after baking these are a flat chewy mess. I love SO many of your recipes and was sure I’d be posting to thank you for another great one, but alas 🙁
Could I use stevia? Instead of monk fruit?
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Hi Antonia, As macaron recipes can be very finicky, I don’t recommend making substitutions for this one.
Where do I find the measurements in weight form?
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Hi Jessica, At the top of the recipe card, you can toggle between US customary and metric.
I miss macarons since going on keto so when I saw this recipe, I was soooo happy! Just made a batch today, followed all the instructions except converting the measurements to metric. As with other comments, I ended up with a dough instead of a consistency that can be piped into a bag. So, I ended up making 24 balls of cookies, which actually flattened slightly to an almost “macaron” shape. I also may have overcooked them since they became way too crunchy instead of the chewy consistency of a true macaron. Will try one more time using metric measurements and hoping for a better batch!
I also ended up with a dough which ended up being a disgustingly sweet sheet after baking. I tried twice, once by US units and once with a food scale. There was no pipetting the sticky dough. I had to mold it by hand. There was just way too much dry to wet in the recipe.
Out of curiosity did you leave the macarons sitting out before baking them? And if so how long? The experience you mentioned of them spreading and forming a sheet makes it sound like they did not get the chance to form the top film.
I had the same trouble as some others — one of my trays of macarons all ran into each other, and neither tray puffed up or had feet. I have two ovens and I baked one tray on the bottom and the other in the top. The non-runny tray was resting in an area with more air movement, so maybe that made the difference. I waited 45 minutes before baking and tested for the “skin” on both trays. I rested my egg whites overnight and used the Wholesome yum besti sugar replacements and the metric measurements and a kitchen scale. My egg white peaks were stiff and I macronaged until I had a figure 8. Disappointing.
I tried making these twice and both have resulted in a dough. Is it possible that it’s only supposed to be 14 tsp of almond flour instead of 14tbsp?
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Hi Sydney, It’s recommended to weigh your ingredients instead of measuring using cups and tablespoons. Select the “Metric” option above to see weights.
Over made these several time the conventional way successfully. This recipe resulted in a paste for batter, so I added water to get to the lava consistency. BIG MISTAKE!! I wasted all these ingredients and a few hours to get a pan of mush.
I used Bocha Sweet & erythritol/monk fruit blend, and I can’t get them to be the correct consistency. The cookie is delicious, but they are moist, chewy and a little sticky. I measured perfectly. Is it the Bocha Sweet that is making them sticky? I didn’t want to do just Swerve, because I think it’s too cooling-tasting. I may have to just splurge and buy these allulose blends. This is still a delicious cookie, even if I can’t get the right consistency.
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Hi Hollie, I highly recommend using Besti Allulose Sweetener because the sweetener can effect the consistency of the macarons.
It would be very helpful to have the egg whites and sugar substitutes measured by weight (in grams), pls. I have been making traditional French macarons for a while now, but I want to start making sugar-free ones, starting with your recipe above. Thanks much!
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Hi Regee, On the recipe card you can switch from US customary to metric to see the ingredients in grams.
Long time subscriber, first time commenter. Let me start off by saying that I love your site and recipes. Most of the things I have made have turned out beautifully. These did not. Tried them twice. Both times, same exact result. Although they made a nice enough cookie, they were not macs. Dense, and no foot. I do have to ask, are the macarons pictured keto macarons or regular ones? I have tried several other recipes for macs, with various results, but have never gotten a foot, or the light texture. Just not sure it can be done without real sugar. TIA! Mark
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Hi Mark, Sorry this recipe didn’t turn out. The pictures in the post are the sugar free macaroons that I made myself. It sounds like the batter was over-mixed. Also, did you measure ingredients by weight? Macarons require pretty specific ratios, so switching to Metric on the recipe card and measuring by weight works best.
Yup. I always use grams. Probably over or under mixed. I don’t want chocolate, what can I replace the cocoa powder with?
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Hi Michael, Check out the variations section to see how to replace the cocoa powder.
I totally agree. I’ve tried several other keto recipes for macarons, and none of them have resulted in an actual macaron. When I saw this recipe, I thought I’d give it one last try but was disappointed once again. Every other recipe from Maya that I’ve made has been great, so that’s why I had hope for this one…
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Hi Rachael, I would love to help you troubleshoot. Let me know where you had issues.
To get to 75g I had to use 21 eggs. That seems like a ton for 12 cookies. Is 75g right?! Or is supposed to be 7.5g?
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Hi Megan, No, that’s not right. 75 grams of egg whites is correct, but that is about 2 large egg whites, not 21.
Is the sugar amount correct? 1 1/2 cups seems like a lot. Do you mean 1/2 cup? Thanks in advance!
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Hi Louisa, Yes, that amount is correct.
Took a lot of effort and cookies just ended up as a liquid mess – any suggestions on what I could have done wrong? The batter came out quite stiff – was that part of the problem? Took all afternoon and very disappointed that I cannot salvage anything other than the ganache which we will put on some strawberries – look forward to your response.
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Hi Glenn, Sorry this recipe didn’t meet your expectations. Did you do the figure 8 test on the batter before piping the batter onto the baking sheet? If your batter was too thick that was most likely the issue. I recommend weighing the ingredients to get more accurate results.
You should probably post weights instead of volume. I tried modifying another recipe which asked for 144 g egg white, or 4-5 large. It turned out I needed 7+ to get that weight. Your recipe seems very dry and I’m assuming it’s just low egg white volume.
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Hi Gil, You can change the measurements at the top of the recipe card from US customary to metric.
Thanks I didn’t see that. I used the 2 egg whites which from previous experience is about 45 g. Way too little. No wonder the macronage completely failed. I couldn’t get good ribbons despite a lot of mixing. Also at around 15 min I had definitely caramelized some of the allulose. Not sure I want to try again given the other comments though
The macarons were quite tasty, even though not pretty nor light as they should be! Unfortunately the dough got quite thick. It definitely was not over mixed…I think perhaps I folded the dry ingredients in too quickly after the first third was added? Because then the mixture was more of a dry dough than anything runny at all. I measured all ingredients exactly in grams and sifted the dry ingredients. Also, I feel these are a bit too sweet? Will definitely try again next time my husband makes Caesar dressing and I have left over egg whites! Although I hate sifting, these are fairly simple and easy to make!
Second time same problem. Although I folded the dry ingredients in very slowly, the dough still thickened too much. Almost as if you only need to used about ⅔ of what is listed. However, they are still very tasty, even if not light and fluffy!
I’ve made dozens of beautiful macarons using real sugar. I was so excited to try a sugar-substitute version since I have successfully lost almost a hundred pounds on KETO. I purchased the Besti brand sweeteners and used metric as I always do with my macarons. The meringue was beautifully stiff and the macronage did the figure 8 like I am used to. The piping went well although they did look a tiny bit different than my regular macarons. I let them rest and they started spreading too much. After baking them, they lost their round shape and were flat and sticky. I allowed them to overbake to see if I could salvage them as regular cookies. Alas, they are too flat, sticky and taste way too sweet. I have a feeling there is something off on this recipe. I am going to try these ingredients from the recipe but with my own successful measurements to see if perhaps the recipe will then work.
I have successfully made macarons over a dozen times using real sugar. But all my attempts at sugar-subs have been complete fails although they still made delicious cookies.
My first attempt with this recipe was a complete fail. Although the piped ones were perfect, once they baked, it turned into just 1 big sheet. NBD since I can use it as a crumble or cut them into rectangles to make keto ice cream sandwiches.
I went out and ordered the exact brands on all the listed products and have now piped my 2nd attempt. But first I did a batch with real sugar to make sure all the conditions are correct and those real sugar ones turned out perfectly. I now am resting these sugar free ones now and will post the results later today once I get them out of the oven.
it was a fail again. Oh well. I am going to try with my recipe and these ingredients.
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Hi Maria, Sorry to hear you had issues with them! Did you use the weight measurements? Macarons can be finicky, so measuring by weight works better than by volume for these.
Yes. I always go with grams. I am going to try your Besti products but with my ratios of 140/130/100/90 — I will also try different ratios to see what will finally work. I am HIGHLY motivated to get these to work. I just did a beautiful vanilla batch this morning and I just did another beautiful batch of chocolate. But those are using real sugar. I used your ratios on the sugar free fails and the only variation was that I added 1 teaspoon of COT (craam of tartar) on the meringue. I wonder if that caused the fail. Otherwise the recipe was followed exactly down t the gram. I will keep testing until we get this! Thank you for your encouragement! 🙂
Hi Maria! Any update on your experiments? Did it work out for you with a different ratio?
Hello! I am hoping to make this for my mom who has been keto for a long time, but she is allergic to almonds! 🙁 I was wondering if I can substitute the almond flour for hazelnut flour?
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Hi Catie, I have not tried it but hazelnut flour is a replacement for almond flour.
I agree with the other comments. My batter was too thick. I don’t feel that I over mixed the batter. I did weigh out the ingredients using a kitchen scale. There just seemed to be too much dry ingredients to add to the egg whites.
This recipe is not fool proof. I’ve been baking regular macarons for so long and they’re easier than this sugar free one I saw. I purchased monk fruit powdered and crystallized sugar, both with a 1:1 ratio. Followed your directions with the coffee variation and also followed my own recipe instructions by just replacing the substitutes (2 failed attempts). I’ve measured my ingredients and the batter is just inconsistent after mixing the dry ingredients with the wet ones. I am really disappointed that your recipe is the only one that comes up on my search feed.
Can you help me figure out where I went wrong? My batter wasn’t a batter at all, it was very thick and doughy. What can I do differently?
Maya | Wholesome Yum0
Hi Jessica, It sounds like the batter was over-mixed. Also, did you measure ingredients by weight? Macarons require pretty specific ratios, so switching to Metric on the recipe card and measuring by weight works best.
I tried many recipe on your site and liked them all. I tried this one, but great falure. All the macaron has melted on one large piece in oven. A great loss of valuable ingredient. Very upset!
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Hi YM, Sorry this recipe didn’t turn out as you expected. It sounds like your batter may have been over mixed. When macarons are over mixed there are not enough air bubbles left to help them rise. Also, make sure you are measuring ingredients by weight, as macarons can be a little finicky.
I’ll try again later and let you know. I really liked the ganache.
I had the same exact experience, melted into one large piece in the oven also very upsetting – spent whole afternoon on this recipe and spent lots of money buying all the things necessary for this recipe – not just ingredients.
I never knew that macarons would be this easy to make. Love the simple steps.
Macarons are my family’s favorite!! We buy them any chance we get, but being able to make them at home is even better!!
Loved the flavor on these and can’t believe they are keto friendly!
These are an absolute dream! You would never know you’re indulging in a better-for-you macaroon. Everyone loved them!
I was wary…I thought there was no way a macaron could be keto and still be good, but you have proven me wrong! They were fantastic! The tips you provided were extra helpful in having them turn out just right, as well.
Macarons are my favorite, particularly CHOCOLATE macarons! I love this recipe and it’s one I will keep coming back to!
These come out perfectly every time! Delicious with coffee!
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These are absolutely delicious! I cant believe that they are Keto! So delicious and flavorful.
A chocolate macaron? Yes, please!! These are the best & we will be making them all the time!! Anytime, we see some in a bakery, my kids have to get some! We love them!
To have a keto friendly macarons recipe makes me so happy! They are delicious! I am excited to try this recipe with other flavors!
I honestly can’t believe how delicious these are!! Now I just need to hide some from my kids 🙂
It was a total Fail! I was looking forward to enjoying sugar free macarons but they did not crisp up at all and it stayed rubbery even after baking. I know it was going to be bad because the batter was too dry. I followed the recipe carefully and spent a lot of money on the ingredients.
These are absolutely DELICIOUS! I already have plans to make them again to snack no this weekend. Thank you!