About Michelle & The Maccs

Michelle and Sadie


Everything great in my life started in my kitchen. As a New York City working mom of 4 and a triathlete, cooking and especially baking has always been my way of relaxing and sharing my love with family and friends. As a triathlete, health and nutrition have always been an integral part of my life.

I am a cookie monster and candy freak with those 4 picky kids and Gluten intolerant, I began playing around with ingredients in the kitchen some time ago!! I invented and perfected a special way to blend and bake two of my favorite ingredients, chocolate & coconut.

The Maccs have certainly evolved since back then…14 Flavors and perfection!

My own worst critic and well, look at the reviews... The Maccs have evolved into a “dance on your palette delectable treat”, that you can be proud to eat! Maccs are all about intentional eating and what we put into our bodies. They are made from the highest of quality ingredients, the freshest ingredients (we squeeze our own juice) and what better filling is there than coconut! Best of all The Maccs are completely satisfying instead of eating that big a** piece of cake.

Baked to that perfection they are crispy on the outside, soft and creamy on the inside then The Maccs are enrobed in Fair Trade melt-in-your mouth Belgian chocolates. They are also naturally gluten-free, made without eggs flour or almond paste and perfectly sized for a 100 to 120 calorie treat.

Maccs are all about what we put into our bodies and what we can do - not what we can’t do.

Every single Macc is made with an enormous amount of LOVE. I hear over and over that you can even taste the LOVE!! My unending passion is to share the LOVE of The Maccs.

Savor them by yourself or celebrate with a crowd of your favorite people.

Everyone should have a stash in their freezer!

I see the joy, love & excitement that The Maccs bring into everyone’s lives. I am thrilled and honored to share them with you.



“All you need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt”
- Charles M Schultz