Jennie’s All-Natural Gluten-Free Macaroons


There are a lot of great dairy-free products out there, and even some stellar dairy-free and gluten-free goods. I recommend many of them in the reviews here on Go Dairy Free, but few make it into “Our Top Product Picks.” That’s why I don’t think you should take my recommendation of Jennie’s Gluten-Free Macaroons lightly – these treats are AMAZING.

It’s near impossible to believe how simplistic these gluten-free macaroons are. The All-Natural Original Coconut contains just unsweetened sulfite-free coconut, organic cane sugar, honey, and egg whites*, but the taste and texture is anything but boring. Soft, tender, moist, rich, and sweet. Overall, just plain *wow* – seriously, my taste buds did a happy dance.

Just when I thought it couldn’t get any better, I tasted the Chocolate-Covered gluten-free macaroons. If ever there was a time to use the phrase “died and gone to heaven” it was immediately after sinking my teeth into these coconut-dense gems enrobed in a generous layer of dairy-free semi-sweet chocolate.

Tasting Notes for Jennie’s Gluten-Free Macaroons

But there’s no need to stop with the plain and chocolate-covered, Jennie’s Gluten-Free Macaroons come in a big selection of flavors. Here’s my quick take on all that we sampled:

Jennie's All-Natural, Dairy-Free and Gluten-Free Macaroons

Jennie’s Original Coconut Gluten-Free Macaroons

Indulgent, dreamy, soft, tender, and so fresh-tasting! The sweet, light honey touch shined through. Amazing texture and true dessert vibe. (available in big singles or minis canisters)

Jennie’s Ginger Gluten-Free Macaroons

Wow, like the original, but even better for us ginger lovers. These had the perfect, perfect blend of ginger and honey. (sold as big singles)

Jennie’s Carob Gluten-Free Macaroons

Such a wonderfully rich carob flavor and a delicious twist from chocolate. I loved it – a pleasant surprise to the palate for this carob lover. (sold as big singles)

Jennie’s Chocolate Gluten-Free Macaroons

I actually prefer carob to chocolate, but these were a hit with Tony, the chocolate-addict of our household. Pure cocoa-nut love for chocoholics. (available in big singles or minis canisters)

Jennie’s Almond-Flavored Gluten-Free Macaroons

Grown-up version of the original with the warmth of pure almond extract. I’m not a true almond fan, so this one wasn’t my favorite, but I know some of you nuts will adore it. (available in big singles or minis canisters)

Jennie’s Omega3 Gluten-Free Macaroons

These are like Jennie’s version of an energy snack! Enriched with flax seeds, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, and nothing else, these are really quite delicious. I loved the minis for a quick hit of energy and a hybrid health-sweet taste. These come in original coconut (for her) and chocolate (for him) … and almond, which we didn’t sample. (sold as minis in canisters)

Jennie’s Chocolate Drizzle Gluten-Free Macaroons

Simple, good, old-school flavor. The dairy-free chocolate drizzle and base offers a nice indulgent touch, and these do look amazing on a serving platter. (sold full-size in bakery-style packaging – but they are shelf-stable)

Jennie’s Chocolate-Covered Gluten-Free Macaroons

The chocolate drizzle was delicious, pleasant, a nice surprise, but the full chocolate-covered was perfect in every way. The balance of chocolate and sweet coconut escalated these to “better than a candy bar” status. The only thing I didn’t like … I wanted a second! Tony agreed that these are seriously dangerous. (sold full-size in bakery-style packaging – but they are shelf-stable)

Jennie's All-Natural, Dairy-Free and Gluten-Free Macaroons

The Facts on Jennie’s Gluten-Free Macaroons

Price: $3.00 to $7.00

Dietary Notes: All of Jennie’s Gluten-Free Macaroons are dairy-free, soy-free, and certified kosher parve. Some selections (such as the canisters at our time of review) are made in a dedicated gluten-free, peanut-free, nut-free, dairy-free facility. Check with the company on their manufacturing processes for all varieties if potential allergen cross-contamination is an issue for you.

For More Product Information: Visit Jennie’s website at

*If you confuse eggs with dairy, don’t worry, you’re not alone! See my post on Are Eggs Dairy?

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Soft, tender, moist, rich and sweet

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February 15, 2020

Soft, tender, moist, rich, sweet, and just plain *wow* – seriously, my taste buds did a happy dance with these macaroon treats.

Alisa Fleming

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Alisa is the founder of, Food Editor for Allergic Living magazine, and author of the best-selling dairy-free book, Go Dairy Free: The Guide and Cookbook for Milk Allergies, Lactose Intolerance, and Casein-Free Living, and the new cookbook, Eat Dairy Free: Your Essential Cookbook for Everyday Meals, Snacks, and Sweets. Alisa is also a professional recipe creator and product ambassador for the natural food industry.


  1. Peggy Winegardner on

    I bought some “Double Chocolate Sea Salt Macaroons” in Spokane, Wash. I live in Discovery Bay, Ca. Does anyone know where to get them close by? They are not on the “Jennies” site! Peggy

  2. I was very excited when I pulled these off the shelf and they say wheat free gluten free dairy free Yeat free sulfite free everything you want them to be free of I ate one and then I read in the ingredient list and it says egg whites.
    The last time I checked eggs were considered dairy. Disappointed as I am VEGAN and dont eat DAIRY

  3. Jennie’s WERE fantastic, till they stopped using honey and started using sugar. Now they are AWFUL!! Way, way too sweet! I would buy them by the case at the health food store, but NEVER again!

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