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This is another recipe I raided from my German moms files and now make for the husband and kids!!! COCONUT MACAROONS 2 egg whites 1/8 tsp salt 1/8 tsp cream of tartar 1 tsp vanilla 3/4 cup sugar 1 1/2 cups coconut, sweetened Place wax paper on cookie sheets. Beat the first 3 ingredients with electric mixer until soft peaks form. Beat in the vanilla and sugar until stiff. Fold in the coconut. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Let cool before removing from cookie sheets. (These are good at Christmas--I sprinkle some colored sugar on before I bake) Julie Michigan, USA

Coconut Macaroons


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(posted March 6, 1997)

This is another recipe I raided from my German moms files and now make for
the husband and kids!!!

COCONUT MACAROONS

2
egg whites
1/8 tsp
salt
1/8 tsp
cream of tartar
1 tsp
vanilla
3/4 cup
sugar
1 1/2 cups
coconut, sweetened

Place wax paper on
cookie sheets. Beat the first 3 ingredients with
electric
mixer until soft peaks form. Beat in the vanilla and sugar until
stiff. Fold in the
coconut. Bake at 350 degrees for 20-25 minutes. Let
cool before removing from
cookie sheets.
(These are good at Christmas--I sprinkle some colored
sugar on before I
bake)

Julie
Michigan, USA




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from Delta, B.C., Canada wrote:0  0

These are good, but too sweet, they need to taste more of coconut and not just sugar. Will experiment to get it just right.
3 starsDecember 21, 2003


from brisbane, Australia wrote:0  1

I tried these to include in a trifle i make every christmas as i can no longer buy macaroons in the supermarket
5 starsDecember 15, 2003


from Georgetown, Canada wrote:0  1

Sounds like the ones my mother used to make a cmas—can't wait to try them !!
4 starsDecember 17, 2002


 
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