You can do a web search for free Mac CD/DVD Templates
that you may be able to use with compatible software, but you may find it a hassle getting the image aligned properly.
If you go that route, print a sample on plain paper and then hold it up to a backlit glass door or window along with a disk and check for any offsets that might be required.
Avery has templates and labels available, and I'd advise using them or other good quality
labels, and forget about even considering using some cheap brands that won't stick properly!! It's just not worth the risk or hassles!!
Avery used to supply a free app Avery DesignPro® for Mac
but I don't know if it's still available but you can check their site as they have other options available, and some still free I think - maybe.
Avery Templates and Mac | Avery
If you have a lot of disks to do, you may want to consider some commercial software like Discus
, or sometimes if you buy a Stomper
labeller, they used to come with a version of Discus included, along with excellent quality labels.
And using a Stomper is well advised to get the label attached correctly. You do not want to end up with off centered, off balanced disks!!
Or course the suggestion to print on instead is excellent - if one has a compatible printer!!