Simple recipes are always the best and it doesn’t get much simpler than these 3 ingredient coconut macaroons! No separating eggs or whisking egg whites!
So before we begin a macaroon, a macaron, what is the difference? A macaroon is a simple coconut delight and a macaron is a masterpiece of piping delicate little morsels of sweetness sandwiched together with icing.
Are you a coconut fan? One of the questions I get asked more often than any other is can I make a particular recipe without coconut, it may be a coconut slice or one of my many Anzac recipes. The answer is this, you can replace coconut in recipes but often with another nut or change the taste and texture. The answer here is why are you looking at a coconut macaroon if you cannot eat coconut?! 😉 Please choose from one of my other 180 recipes that have no coconut lol
Macaroons can be a little fussy if you prepare them with whipped egg whites but this recipe is even easier than that! It uses a whole eggs, coconut and caster sugar and is so so simple! In fact once you have mixed them together you can sit with a cuppa for 20 minutes while it mysteriously does some magic before you then mould them and bake them.
The big question is whether to dip them in chocolate or not. Traditionally I know people like them with chocolate, it can make the coconut pop like a bounty bar. For me personally I preferred them without. It left the delicate sweet coconut as the main flavour and it has a lovely caramelly sweet texture on the bottoms where the mixture has settled that you miss if dipped in chocolate. That being said the chocolate ones are lovely too!
So onto the recipe, I cannot wait to hear what you think
It is that simple! I cannot wait to hear what you think of this recipe and see all your photos.
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