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Coconut Macaroons | Eggless Macaroons

Eggless Macaroons

Coconut Macaroons recipe with step by step pictures: Coconut based cookies made with three basic ingredients are macaroons. These are lumpy as well as chewy in texture and these are one of the simplest cookies I have made. The coconut macaroons recipe calls for coconut, shredded or desiccated; condensed milk, and all-purpose flour. Vanilla essence too, has been added for some flavor. The mixture is scoped out and baked till golden brown. The house smells so good. And within minutes and with a few ingredients in hand, you have such delish cookies. Generally, the bottom of the cookies is dipped in melted chocolate or chocolate is drizzled on the macaroons. However before I could do it, the cookies were over.

Ingredients required for Coconut Macaroons:

Coconut: I have used shredded coconut. You can also use desiccated coconut.

Condensed Milk: I have used homemade condensed milk. Macaroons call for eggs. In order to make the egg-free macaroons, condensed milk is used as a substitute.

All-purpose flour: There are recipes that do not use any flour for making coconut macaroons. I have yet to try my hands on the macaroons made without any flour. I have used little flour which brings everything together.

Vanilla essence: It superbly compliments the taste of macaroons. However, it is totally optional and you may skip it if you want.

What is the difference between Macarons and Macaroons?

The difference is of more than an O (in the spelling).

Macarons and macaroons are cookies, absolutely delish in taste, and awesome in texture. But the two are absolutely different. Let’s table the difference:

IngredientsFlour, egg whites, sugarCoconut, egg white or substitutes
FlavorsCan be a number of itMainly coconut
VariationsMany possibleA few possible
Difficulty LevelHighPretty low
OriginMacarons are FrenchMacaroons are American’s take on Macarons

Recipes similar to Coconut Macaroons Recipe

You might like coconut cookies recipe, coconut cake recipe. Other than these there are a number of coconut-based desserts or sweets which include coconut laddoo, coconut pag, etc.

How to serve Macaroons?

Serve these as evening snacks or desserts.

Coconut Macaroons

1.This recipe makes 10-12 coconut macaroons.

coconut macaroons

2.In a mixing bowl add in 1 and ½ cups of shredded coconut, 1/3 cup of condensed milk and 2 and ½ tbsp of all purpose flour along with 1 tsp of vanilla essence. Gently mix everything.

coconut macaroons

3.Scoop out or shape into cookies of desired size. Place on a baking dish lined with greased parchment paper.

coconut macaroons

4.Bake at 180°C for 10-12 minutes. Bigger macaroons will take a bit longer.

coconut macaroons

5.Allow these to cool down.

coconut macaroons

6.Remove and store in an air tight container.

coconut macaroons

7.Bon appetite!

coconut macaroons

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