Easiest Ever Chewy Coconut Macaroons

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When you want a cookie, the last thing you want to do is wait forever for a cookie. That’s where this recipe shines! It’s truly the ultimate in easy prep and the ingredients number only 5!

What season are these coconut macaroons for? Every season is the reason to indulge in the tropical dynamite bites of chewy coconut macaroons. Trust me, double batch these little pearls of heaven wrapped in delectable coconut.

The Chewy Macaroon cookies don’t own just one season, they own them all. This means, if you are making holiday cookies trays, or party trays, it’s your signature go-to cookie! A tray is not enough, 2 might be the start of something big!

Chewy Coconut Macaroons are KETO Friendly, Lo-Carb and truly one of those cookies you will crave. Dig in, it’s ok!

Be ready for the ask, ‘can you bring your signature cookies?’ Your response will be, “do you mean the easiest ever chewy coconut macaroons?”

Easiest Ever Chewy Coconut Macaroons

Easiest Ever Chewy Coconut Macaroons, ingredients, chewy, fast, easy, small batch, holidays, holiday baking, party baking, trays of cookies, coconut, agave, chocolate drizzle, bake, make, eat, take, share, parties, celebrations, refrigerate, create, homemade, bake at home, not store bought, good recipe, yummy, healthy recipe, no flour, flourless, mixer, hand mixer spatula

In the event of Leftovers (so doubtful)- of the easiest ever chewy coconut macaroons

Let’s back up for just a minute because before you head off to bake these sweets from heaven, you want to know how to store any potential leftovers. Not only are they tasty, but they are temperamental.

Keep these in a container, that is Air-Tight for up to ONE week at room temperature. However, I always keep them in an airtight container in the refrigerator, no matter what. That’s just how I am!

Plus, these little gems taste awesome cold especially with a glass of……. Coconut Milk. Yum-a-licious!

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Subbing out Agave in my Easiest Ever Chewy Coconut Macaroons

Hey Honey, Can You ever ‘Agave’ Me? – Some Baking Humor – Sorry! Well, instead of always using honey, I have often switched it up to Agave. You can too. Sometimes honey is not my food friend, and I have issues with it, so I opt for agave.

Drizzle Me That!

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For those of you that are like, ‘where’s the chocolate?’ all I can say is, ‘I Know!’ When I make these, sometimes I add chocolate and sometimes not. The day I made these, I dunked them in melted chocolate on the bottom.

Don’t they look even more delish? You can also just drizzle chocolate across the top. Sinfully yummy!

Easiest Ever Chewy Coconut Macaroons – Time To Bake

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These delicious, chewy coconut macaroons are a quick and easy treat you can enjoy anytime. Actual cooking time may vary slightly, so check after 10 minutes the first time you make them to prevent over-browning.

INGREDIENTS For Chewy Coconut Macaroons

2 large egg whites (I always use organic, but you don’t have to)
3 Tsp. honey (or sub in Agave)
1 Tsp. pure vanilla extract
2 C shredded coconut, unsweetened
¼ t. salt (optional)
Dipping chocolate wafers (optional)

Gadgets You Will Need To Prepare The Coconut Macaroons

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Hand Mixer

Parchment Paper

Large Baking Sheet

Mixing Bowl (large)

Spatula

Teaspoons and Tablespoon Measure Devices

Directions – How to Put This All Together

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First, you need to properly position your cooking racks in the oven. Place the top oven rack in the center position. Next and pre-heat oven to 350° F.

After you have done that you want to line a large-sized baking sheet with a piece of parchment paper (my fave, use and toss!) and set aside. Do note that alternatively, you can use a or a Silpat® baking sheet.

Using a hand mixer and the ‘whisk’ attachment paddles, briskly beat the egg whites until stiff peaks form. Once the egg whites are stiff, you will not be using the hand mixer anymore.

Now it’s time to use a spatula that will allow you to gently fold the honey, then vanilla, and coconut. Follow that with the salt and the egg whites, until everything is thoroughly combined.

Key Note: Don’t overwork your mixture, just incorporate all the ingredients. Overmixing will create the mixture to flop.

Bring your parchment-lined tray to your work area and begin to use heaping tablespoons of the mixture onto the paper. Do leave a few inches between each, otherwise, they will bake into one another. I do 2 cookies to a line width-wise, however, you could do up to 3 depending on your scoop.

Baking Time

It’s time to transfer the baking sheet into the oven. Allow the cookies to bake until they become golden brown on the top and around the edges. Each batch will bake between 12 and 14 minutes. However, if your oven has been working all day (when you are on a holiday) they might bake faster!

Once they are golden brown, remove the cookies from the oven and allow them to cool. Generally, I just take the full piece of parchment paper and lay it across a cooling rack, reline the tray and go again with batch 2.

Do allow the cookies to cool for 10-15 minutes before serving. Enjoy!

If you choose to drizzle with chocolate wait until they are cooled, melt the chocolate and spoon drizzle across the tops and allow to dry. Or, dunk the bottoms into the melted chocolate and return to baking rack upside down to dry!

Prep Time Totals – Single Batch

Prep time: 10 minutes
Cook time: 15 minutes
Makes 8-10 macaroons

Enjoy your new-found favorite cookie!

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