4 Reviews

Really yummy taste but they fell apart. I used a real egg white, maybe it needs 2? I hope someone can figure it out because the taste was better than any other macaroons I have made.

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UmmBinat April 05, 2010

I'm a toasted coconut fan with a wheat allergy, so these were a great treat! Very tasty! I substituted agave nectar for the honey--and I could have used a little less, because the toasted coconut lends a wonderful sweetness. Also, this is a really quick, easy recipe--I think from start to finish, it took me about 15 minutes. Thanks for posting!

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Jainene March 21, 2009

These do not hold together well. Wish I could give them a higher rating!

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TheSource August 18, 2008

The taste of these was great! 12 minutes is just right to get them toasty brown too. My toddler and I are on a lot of food restrictions so this was a great little 'safe' sweet treat for us to share. And it only took 20 minutes start to the last bite. On another note: I used Egg Replacer for the one egg and my macaroons crumbled to bits. I guess I should probably use oil next time.

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Dairy Free 4 B November 10, 2007
Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free Coconut Macaroons