Ready in 1 hour
Makes only a small batch, but they are very tasty.
1. In small bowl combine coconut, flour, and salt.
2. In second bowl beat egg whites until stiff peaks form, fold in vanilla.
3. Fold egg whites into dry ingredients.
4. Drop by rounded teaspoonfuls onto greased baking sheet.
5. Bake at 325 degrees for 18-20 minutes.
6. Remove from baking sheet and cool on wire rack.
This recipe was a happy accident. I was baking macaroons and left out the sugar. They were so good without the sugar that I now make them this way on purpose.
k4nn4dy4 2y agoThese were not what we expected not sweet at all
The_Weinerman 3y agoNom nom nom. Very good indeed. I love macaroons, and if I knew I could make ones this good at home I would've saved lots of money.
cmv013 3y ago
devolic 3y agoAs a diabetic I had to try them. They were delicious and I would definitely make them again.
vikigregowicz 3y ago
morganfalck 3y ago
Jenrford 3y agoI thought these were great! We doubled the recipe and made about 30 macaroons. We used sweetened coconut, so the way we made the recipe wasn't completely sugar-free. Based on doubling the recipe, and the 30 macaroons we got out of it, we figured that there are approximately 4.6 grams of sugar per macaroon. Also! We tasted them straight out of the oven and liked them, but a couple hours later, they were even better. Definitely make them a little ahead of time if you can manage it.
silviaramos 3y ago
ealv821 4y ago
Samantha710 5y agoWonderful! I didn't have vanilla extract so I used almond. They are delicious! Hard to believe there is no sugar!