Rich, luscious coconut macaroons take a bath in dark chocolate
Still not baking season here in San Diego, as it’s over 90 degrees all this week. I’m heading to DC for a conference, where I hope it will be cooler! I’m working at one conference (speaker coaching), and then I get a bonus day at the Take Back Your Health conference next weekend. Super excited to be able to attend and report back to you! So I pulled this rich recipe from my archives; it was featured in my Twelve Terrific Christmas Cookies e-book.
I have always loved coconut macaroons, and I came up with a way to make them egg-free. These do contain some sugar, but get most of their sweetness from the coconut. Once they’re baked and cooled, they’re dipped in super-dark chocolate (also low in sugar).
vegan, vegetarian, low-sodium, celiac/gluten-free, GFCF diets
migraine, low-tyramine, paleo, grain-free diets
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Coconut-cardamom macaroons from Cooking Light (egg whites, sugar)
Paleo coconut macaroons from Elana’s Pantry (egg whites, honey)
Raw coconut macaroons with “chocolate” ganache from Auto-immune Paleo (maple syrup, gelatin, carob) These are migraine-friendly