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When the macaroons have cooled I sometimes coat the bottom with chocolate
"These were very light and flaky. I was looking for a chewy macaroon - these weren't it. If you like light as air and sweet, you'd like these."
Beat egg whites with a dash of salt and the vanilla till soft peaks form. Gradually add sugar, beating till stiff. Fold in coconut.
Drop by rounded teaspoons onto greased cookie sheet. Bake in slow oven (325 degrees F) about 20 mins.
Source: "Better Homes & Gardens Cookbook 1962 Page 177"
When the macaroons are cooled I sometimes dip the bottom in chocolate
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HoneyBronzeChef 3 months agoI used light brown sugar and a half a capful of Myers rum, dash of nutmeg and ginger. Light and chewy yet delicate. I would use less sugar and add lemon or lime zest the next time
jdriemeyer 4 months agoSomewhere between a macaroon and a meringue. Delicious and very easy.
kitchengoddess72 8 months agoThese have been a Christmas favorite for almost 30 years! We call them Angel kiss cloud cookies because they are not like a traditional macaroon, they are even better!!!!??
MAKTMom 2 years agoamazing!
james13160 3 years ago
Nwt 3 years agoSuper good, thank you. These were awesome with coconut but also with crushed walnuts. ?
mmarek 4 years agoSolution to the chewiness comment: bake at 320 for 18 minutes
1MoreCreative 6 years agoThese were very light and flaky. I was looking for a chewy macaroon - these weren't it. If you like light as air and sweet, you'd like these.
bklloyd 6 years agoAbsolutely wonderful! Party favorite!
sabrinalynn 8 years agoI added 1/4 cup of crushed semi-sweet chocolate chips. Yummy!!