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simple easy coconut macaroons recipe


Today's recipe is an incredibly simple to make tea time sweet treat called Coconut Macaroons.These are crispy and golden on outside and moist and soft inside.
These are irresistible to stop at one but you can bake big batch and store for few days, and these are one of the best homemade gift to passover.
If you are coconut lover and have a sweettooth then these are yum for gobbling them at any time of the day.
This month MFB challenge was to cook a recipe from the blog "This Muslim Girl Bakes". She has got very lovely recipes in her blog with step by step pics and beautiful photography.
As her blog represents bakes, i just wanted to try baked products and It was hard for me to decide which one to choose from her recipes but finally decided to do Coconut macaroons. I tweaked the recipe a bit, i was out of stock of Almond flakes so i used desiccated coconut instead.
I totally forgot about the challenge and this is was last moment prep. Because of time constraint, I skipped the decoration too. But the recipe turned out super yummy and my elder one gobbled up few before her Gymnastic class and she said they tasted similar to store bought one. I was really happy that i did visit her recipe and tried it.
Click below and enjoy the making of yumminess




Level: Easy
Prep Time:10 mins
Bake Time: 15-17
Makes: 14-16
1 cup: 250ml
1 tablespoon: 15ml
1 teaspoon: 5 ml
Adapted from here

Ingredients

Desiccated Coconut: 1cup (100gms)
Ground Almonds: 1/2 cup(50gms)
Sugar: 3/4cup(125gms approx) to taste
Cornflour: 1 tablespoon
Egg Whites: 2 large
Vanilla Essence: 1/2 teaspoon


Directions

In mixing bowl add all the ingredients except Egg whites and vanilla essence and keep a side.
Take another bowl add Egg whites and vanilla Essence and whisk until mixture is frothy.
Now add egg white mixture to the flour mixture and mix well until well combined.
Keep the mixture in the fridge for 10mins to set.
Pre-heat the oven at 160c/GasMarck 3 for 10 mins.
Now take a small ice cream scoop or 2 spoons and divide the mixture and scoop it up on baking tray with parchment paper. Keep the distance between the scoops.
Now bake the macaroons for 15-17mins at 160C until the bottom of the macaroon turns golden brown.


#CoconutMacaroon   is going to be part of #MFBC17



6 comments:

  1. Looks lovely, I havent made coconut macaroons but I bet these taste delicious

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    1. do try them...they are yummy... thanks dear for stopping by

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  2. I am not surprised why your daughter had a few before she left... they do look so tempting! And combination of coconut-almond can't be wrong...

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    1. yes dear coconut n almond never go wrong ... thank you dear

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  3. Sounds so delicious and the image doesn't look like you did it in a hurry,lovely pic!

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  4. WOW! it looks so delicious!

    But why aren't you using some tool to make recipe cards for your recipes?
    It would make your recipes look more professional.
    Here is a good one that you might like: http://www.recipesgenerator.com

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