18 Allergy-Friendly Macaron Bakeries

Find allergy-friendly macarons in our Top-Rated Macaron Guide! See reviews highlighting a nut, soy, and gluten-free bakery, a bakery with dairy, egg, and gluten-free macarons, a 100% dedicated gluten-free bakery, gluten-free macaron ice cream sandwiches, bakery with an allergy binder, and more! If you’re looking for more french treats, see our Top-Rated Eclair Guide and Top-Rated Crème Brulée Guide!

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Joy and Sweets

Location: Culver City, California

“If you’re looking for the prettiest cupcakes, cakes, and macarons in a dedicated gluten-free setting then look no further than Joy and Sweets. This bakery is the perfect place to cater any special event from birthdays to bridal showers. They made me the most delicious, moist confetti cake for my birthday. And whenever I’m in the area I always make it a point to pick up a cookies and cream cupcake or four.”

@andglutenfree who manages celiac and oyster allergies


Location: Los Angeles, California

“It’s a VEGAN MACARON BAKERY! Need I say more? Not really, but I will. The entire place is egg and dairy-free. Both times I visited this year there were no peanut ingredients in the facility. The macarons are also gluten-free, soy-free, dye-free, free of corn syrup and palm oil. And most importantly, they are delicious!! There are also some rotating seasonal flavors as well—always something new to try! The bakery is open for very limited hours, but they deliver nationwide. The owner is wonderful and accommodating, so do contact her if you have a question or request!”

@asianallergymom who manages peanut, milk, and egg allergies


The Cake Bar

Location: Denver, Colorado

“It’s a fully vegan bakery! No dairy, no eggs. And absolutely no compromise on flavor because we got a LOT of different products here, and they were all drop-dead delicious! My kids got cake cups to eat right away, where you choose a cake flavor, frosting flavor and toppings, and they make it for you right there. We took some items to share with some friends and got cupcakes, macarons, tree cakes and mini-waffles (ALL VEGAN!), and they were thoroughly enjoyed by all!

It’s a small space with one bench—definitely more of a carry-out spot. They do have peanuts and tree nuts on the menu, but the staff know all about how to prevent cross-contact and care about the ingredients in the food. Lots of gluten-free options as well. Highly recommend!”

@asianallergymom who manages peanut, milk, and egg allergies


Olivia Macaron

Location: Washington, District of Columbia

“All ingredients are available online, and they have vegan macarons! So cool to finally try.”

@amandayoung03 who manages peanut, cashew, hazelnut, macadamia nut, pecan, pistachio, walnut, milk, egg, fish, and shellfish allergies


Marche de Macarons

Location: Savannah, Georgia

“Dedicated gluten-free bakery! Such yummy macarons with dairy-free options as well.”

@getmovingluten who manages celiac and milk allergies


Macaron Bar

Location: Louisville, Kentucky

“This is a small macaron bar in NULU, they regularly use tree nuts but I’ve not found that they’ve used peanuts any of the years I’ve eaten here. The staff are always helpful to talk with when I go in. My favorite are their yummy merengues with a delicious cream! They do classes for the public as well.”

@zoeslaughter who manages a peanut allergy


Le Bon Macaron

Location: Ann Arbor, Michigan

“Delighted to be helped by someone who knows their macarons, their ingredients, and possible cross-contamination. The macaron base batter definitely includes eggs and almond flour but no gluten unless it is part of their various flavored buttercream filling.”

@betsymarie who manages pecan and walnut allergies


Dana’s Bakery

Location: South Hackensack, New Jersey

“Dedicated gluten-free bakery. Pricey but worth it! Get the black and white cookies and any of the mookies (macaron in a cookie!). They have a flavor mookie and macaroon of the month and are always coming out with new products. Their Mallomacs (think – gluten-free mallomars) are to die for and are only sold twice a year!! Stock up while you can! I have yet to eat a cookie I haven’t loved.”

@jessiegraber who manages celiac


Cerbone’s Bakery

Location: Rye Brook, New York

“My family loves this place because they’re peanut and tree-nut-free. We get all our birthday cakes here. Finally went in person recently and got safe macarons and cute little fruit tarts. It’s hard not to purchase one of everything!”

@nutfreeinnyc who manages peanut and tree nut allergies


Location: New York, New York

“I have a friend who loves macarons and this place makes some of the prettiest ones I’ve seen. Also they are 100% vegan they have other cookies and chocolates but come here for the macarons. The staff is also incredibly nice.”

@edenc4 who manages soy, fruit and carrot allergies


Location: New York, New York

“We were so excited to finally make it to Glacé by NoGlu. NoGlu is now a few stores down with more space and they still have their amazing pastries, salads and sandwiches. Glacé by NoGlu serves an assortment of ice cream and ice cream treats like macaron ice cream sandwiches! They even have gluten-free cones! We were there on a cold day so enjoyed their over the top hot chocolate! They have different flavor hot chocolates with a toasted marshmallow rim and whip cream. So far we have had the cookies and cream and crème brûlée. Both delicious but that crème brûlée with white hot chocolate and crunchy topped whip cream OMG! 100% gluten-free. 100% worth the visit!”

@glutenfreewith3 who manages celiac and fruit allergies


Amélie’s French Bakery & Café | Park Road

Location: Charlotte, North Carolina

“I have been going to Amélìe’s for years now. They have a lot of gluten-free options as far as Macarons! They also have a few other gluten-free desserts on the menu.”

@skyhawk718 who manages celiac


Gaby et Jules

Location: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

“Gluten-free macaron ice cream sandwiches! So delicious and such a fun and safe dessert option.”

@gluttenous who manages celiac and egg and grain allergies

Sciascia Confections

Location: New Hope, Pennsylvania

“They create amazing macarons and chocolates and other fun, rotating desserts like cupcakes or brownies. All gluten-free, many dairy-free—organic and real!”

@purplezebra who manages celiac and milk, fish, shellfish, grain, and mustard allergies


The Difference Baker

Location: Ashburn, Virginia

“I LOVE the donuts from this bakery and the nut-free macarons! So exciting to find bakeries around me that I can safely enjoy!”

@lemon who manages peanut and tree nut, chickpea, and strawberry allergies
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Whisked Gluten-Free Bakery

Location: Ontario, Canada

“Peanut, tree nut, soy, and gluten-free bakery. There is a lot of baked goods to choose from. We got brownies, cookies, and macarons.”

@lemon who manages peanut and tree nut, chickpea, and strawberry allergies



Location: Paris, France

“Provided staff with a translated allergy card. Staff referenced an allergy binder with ingredients for all of their macarons. Cross-contact with dairy and other nuts exist.”

@scl who manages cashew, pistachio, milk, and sesame allergies


Du Bonheur

Location: Berlin, Germany

“Gorgeous pastries—extremely aware about allergies. They even have a nut-free binder. I love their macarons, almond croissants and raspberry croissants!”

@nutfreefun who manages peanut and pecan, pistachio, and walnut allergies

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