Coconut Macaroons are an elegant treat, yet quick and easy to make.
Great Gluten Free Cookie
by A. April
, Pennsburg, PA on Dec. 2011
They are wonderful gluten free cookies. Taste is great and very easy to make. Use parchment paper to insure non- stick.
by K. Kelsie
, Florida on Jul. 2010
so i haven't tried mine yet, but i found it easier to make them, when using an icecream scoop. you compact it and and then use the scoop to scoop it onto the pan. worked much better than the spoon!!! and also, get some semi-sweet chocolate squares, melt a few, and when the macaroons are completely cooled, you half way cover them with the melted chocolate. put it in the fridge to cool, and let chocolate harden, and you're set! for chocolate dipped macaroons!!!! [: YUMM!
by C. Connie
, Central New York on Dec. 2009
Flavor was good, however too much s.c. milk for a (14oz.)pkg. Too sticky. Need more coconut.
by N. Nancy
, Makawao, HI on Nov. 2009
These cookies are so good. My friend's husband loves these so much that I have to make them every year for Christmas. One year the cookies were still runny after baking, so I rebaked them. He said they were better than the first time.
Parchment Paper is the Solution
by N. Nancy
, Brandon FL on Sep. 2009
These macaroons are so easy. To solve the "falling apart" problem, use a second spoon to press the mixture together before removing it from the spoon to the parchment paper. Plus, No sticking, therefore no mess on the cookie sheets that way! I like to bake mine a few minutes extra and get them well browned on the bottoms. Yum!
by J. Jeanne
, South Carolina on Sep. 2009
I think there's something missing. The cookies fell apart. There was nothing to hold them together! Egg? Something so the coagulate?
by A. Amelia
, California on Aug. 2009
These were so good. Every one loved them. Will make again
Easy 1 2 3
by D. DANIELLE
, Brooklyn, NY on Apr. 2009
So easy made it with my 6 year old God sister for a passover treat for my Boyfriend she had fun. An equally sweet alternative to candy bars.
by G. Gaby
, Pleasant Grove, UT on Sep. 2008
Delicious recipe, found out my husband loves coconut, who knew? My two toddlers even enjoyed this one!
by D. Debbie
, JOPLIN, MO on Sep. 2008
This was so easy! I dipped the bottoms in chocolate. I took these to a pinic and they where the 1st thing to go. Try these you'll LOVE them!
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