Believe us, the little effort for these juicy coconut macaroons will be worth it
Created: 11/30/2022, 10:00 am
By: Sandra Keck
Airy and sweet: you can find the recipe for coconut macaroons here.
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This keeps your coconut macaroons nice and juicy
Until now you have not dared to try the classic Christmas cookie coconut macaroons for fear that they will be
after baking ?
That has happened to me too and depends on the recipe and the baking time.
We often tend to leave the macaroons in the oven for too long for fear they won't be done (raw egg whites, etc.).
You can counteract hard cookies by storing them in a well-sealable jar with a piece of
The apple ensures that the inside of the macaroons stays nice and
and irresistibly delicious.
Just remember to swap out the apple every few days.
That's how it's done:
You only need a few ingredients:
4 egg whites
1 pinch of salt
150 grams of sugar
1 packet of vanilla sugar
200 g grated coconut
100 g dark couverture, melted
The preparation is so easy:
Beat the egg whites with salt in a mixing bowl with the whisks of a hand mixer on the highest setting until very stiff.
Pour in the sugar and vanilla sugar, beat in briefly.
Carefully fold the desiccated coconut into the beaten egg white (do not stir).
Place the batter in a piping bag with a large nozzle and place mounds on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Alternatively, you can do this with two teaspoons.
Bake in a preheated oven at 160 °C for about 10 to 12 minutes until the underside is lightly brown.
Leave to cool completely.
Decorate coconut macaroons with melted couverture as desired.
Zack - done!
You can of course find the recipe for the classic Christmas cookie “coconut macaroons” on Simply Tasty.
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This is how you get the most out of your coconut macaroons
At Simply Tasty
always try to show you the simplest recipe with the fewest possible ingredients and preparation steps.
In line with our company motto, simple and tasty.
If that's not enough for you or you just want to get the most out of your Christmas cookies, then here are a few variations for you:
the coconut flakes in a pan without fat beforehand to enhance the nutty taste.
Before adding them to the dough, however, the flakes must have cooled down completely.
macaroons, you can simply replace the coconut flakes with ground hazelnuts.
Adding a little
makes the coconut macaroons particularly
Replace some of the coconut flakes with grated
paste for festive coconut-marzipan macaroons.
Before baking, cover the macaroons with a piece of
for a fruity sweetness.
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