Coconut Almond Macaroons!

Hooray! We’ve got another great healthy dessert recipe for all of our Tasty25ers across the globe! This Coconut Almond Macaroon recipe, sent in by Sharon Bloom from Detroit, MI, makes for a low-fat & tasty sweet treat that’s good for almost any occasion. They’re light, full of good nutrients, utilize healthy sugars, and are absolutely bursting with flavor! Sharon says that her delicious macaroons are “always a hit” at parties and functions; So make sure to give them a try as the next dessert or snack you make! As always, we LOVE to hear from our viewers and subscribers; Let us know what you think about this recipe by rating and commenting below, and we hope everyone is having a wonderful day. Happy Cooking!  – Tasty25 Staff



 What you need:

1 1/4 Cups almonds

1/4 Cup fresh clover honey

1/4 Cup coconut

2 Egg whites (Beaten)

2 Tbsp. grated lemon peel

2 Tbsp fresh lemon juice

1/8 Tsp. cinnamon

Directions: (Approximate cook time: 25 minutes; Serving size – 2-4 adults; Makes 4 macaroons.)

  1. Grind the almonds coarsely in a medium sized bowl; Combine the cinnamon and lemon peel, and add them to bowl.

  2. Beat egg whites very stiff, add in honey and continue beating; Add the lemon juice and coconut with the almond mixture, and blend well.

  3. Place 4 Tsp. sized portions of the mixture onto un-greased parchment or cookie sheet paper. Bake 25 minutes at 275 degrees °F.

  4. Remove from paper while still slightly warm; Serve cool.

  5. Eat & enjoy!

 Thanks Sharon for sending in this wonderful arrangement to Tasty25 Magazine! What’s your Tasty25 creation? Send in your recipe, and be featured on Tasty25 by going to the “Submit Your Tasty25 Creation” page.

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