Take the typical chocolate-covered coconut macaroon, a Passover treat, and cross it with a venerable Mounds bar and you have this hybrid, called Maccs. A New York entrepreneur, Michelle A. Goldberg, developed and refined them just before the pandemic hit. Robed in white, milk and dark Belgian chocolate, the bite-size pieces feature fillings like orange zest, espresso, salted caramel, peanut butter and Amarena cherry. They come in packs of four ($10) or a dozen ($26) in a single flavor, as assortments or as custom mixtures.
Michelle’s Maccs, michellesmaccs.com.
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