Coconut macaroons/4 ingredients macaroon

A coconut treat to relish!

I have not posted a namesake recipe for a long time. This is a true coconut snack! Coconut is the main ingredient, flavour and inspiration for this recipe.

coconut macroonsThis is the only baked sweet dessert that my husband likes, so I decided to surprise him. It is also the first time I tried coconut macaroons. A friend gifted me a big tray of assorted coconut macroons and when they were quickly gobbled, I promised to make them at home. Here is my coconut sweeties! My beautiful daughter who is also a budding chef wants to try this soon too! (…beautiful daughter typed this sentence when I paused to check on the simmering stew) She is not a big fan of sweets but took just one bite and exclaimed…YUM!

coconut macaroonThis recipe is from the book, ‘Martha Stewart’s Cookies’…Of course I meddled a little with the measurements but it turned out pretty good. What do you think?

Ingredients

  • 2 cups dessicated coconut
  • 2/3 cup condensed milk
  • a pinch of salt
  • 1 egg

Some coconut oil to grease the baking trays.

  1. Whisk condensed milk, salt and egg until well blended.
  2. Add dessicated coconut and mix to get a moist mixture without any extra liquid. (Add more coconut if needed.)
  3. Grease 2 rimless baking trays and spoon mixture at intervals on baking trays.
  4. Bake in the center of the oven at 325Β° F until the bottoms brown (about 15-20 minutes).
  5. Remove tray from oven and transfer macaroons to a wire rack.
  6. Cool on wire rack.

This makes about 32 coconut macaroons. It has a crispy outside, a chewy interior and can be eaten warm, cold or straight from the refrigerator, especially when chocolate coated.coconut treatsThere is no flour in this recipe so good for all those who prefer gluten free snacks. This can be stored in air tight containers for a few weeks.c macroonsThese are delicious, fancy and almost everyone would like them. A charmer for your next kids party!chocolate macaroons Mix some cocoa powder in condensed milk before baking to get chocolate coconut macaroons or dip the bottoms in melted chocolate for an added flavour. Serve it as a sandwich with some ice cream spooned to the bottom of one macaroon and top it with another macaroon. That will be an ample dessert!

I am taking these macaroons to party with Angie and friends at Fiesta Friday #58

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About coconutcraze

I'm obsessed with coconuts!
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43 Responses to Coconut macaroons/4 ingredients macaroon

  1. Lili says:

    They look lovely Sridevi and I’m especially attracted to the ones dipped in chocolate! πŸ™‚ I’ve never made them before but I’m thinking about it now…

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  2. I am saving this recipe girl! Had been on a lookout for a tried and trusted recipe for sometime for coconut macaroons. Bookmarking it! Fabulous!

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  3. coconutcraze says:

    I can vouch for it. It works! Thank you, Sonal!

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  4. Malar says:

    Ohh how I love these….We used to get them bakery. Simply stunning. Regards to your beautiful daughter πŸ™‚ I am bookmarking this…

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  5. I haven’t had coconut macaroons in ages, I didn’t realise they were so easy – must try to make them. Thanks for sharing with Fiesta Friday!

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  6. I so love coconut macaroons and these look so so perfect. Dipping in chocolate; what an idea madam-ji! And I loved the photographs. You really should blog more often.

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  7. They look delicious, love that there is only 4 ingredients!

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  9. Megan says:

    These look great! I love that they look really simple to make too.

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  10. coconutcraze says:

    It was one of my trials that went right. I had to reward my family with these macaroons for standing with me and eating my failures in spite of their vexation.
    Nice to meet a fellow Canadian! I lived near Vancouver for a year and a half. Thank you, Megan for your visit. Stay connected! πŸ™‚

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  11. Sri ! This is amazing ! I love coconut Macaroons πŸ™‚

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  12. skd says:

    My husband likes coconut macaroons. This recipe is so easy Sridevi. Plus there is no butter or flour. Makes it healthier. The coconut you used is fresh or dry one?

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    • coconutcraze says:

      I used unsweetened, medium, dessicated coconut that comes in a packet. (I had to go back to the packet to find out this info.) What I infer is, it is dried coconut flakes. Good you asked! No butter or flour, but that condensed milk is a killer!

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  13. polianthus says:

    love a good macaroon and love your dishes too!

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  14. I remver this coconut biscuit I have tasted. Never know its this simple.. I already have ur apple cookie in my do list now I have one more recipe.. Guess time to gear up

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  15. Georgina says:

    These look great – I haven’t made coconut macaroons for years, but perhaps this is the inspiration I need!

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  16. milkandbun says:

    Oh I do love coconut cookies! Can eat them almost non-stop! πŸ˜€ Yummy!

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  17. coconutcraze says:

    I totally agree with you! Thank you, Mila!

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  18. I love coconut and coconut desserts, so these are right up my alley! Thanks for sharing πŸ˜€

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  19. Balvinder says:

    O does he? Your husband is like my brother who doesn’t like baked sweets but can eat coconut macaroons.
    I am a big fan of coconut macaroons but I have never made macaroons using condensed milk. Now I am getting the urge to make it.

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  20. coconutcraze says:

    Black forest cake is another dessert my husband likes but it is not a frequent bake! I am happy we inspire each other…ha ha! I made your daal makhani again and had a satisfied family. πŸ™‚

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  21. These macaroons look like you brought them home from the bakery. They are just beautiful.

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  22. Padma says:

    Loved the macaroons….Amazing clicks!!…Anything with coconut is our favourite at home:)Great share:)

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