Chocolate macaroons are a special, tasty treat that has been loved by generations since the 18th century! If you love chocolate and sweet treats, then you’re sure to enjoy making a batch of these decadent, rich treats. Whether they’re made with almond flour, cocoa powder, or coconut flakes – every version is delicious in its own unique way. Read on to find out why these iconic confections have been so popular for centuries and what exactly makes them oh-so-special.
A Few Facts About Chocolate Macaroons?
Macaron vs. Macaroons: Macaroons and macarons are different cookies. Macaroons are dense and chewy haystacks of coconut, whereas macarons are pastel-colored, airy, almond-flavored sandwich cookies.
No-Bake Cookies: Chocolate macaroons are also famous as no-bake cookies. No-bake cookies are popular because they require little preparation and do not require heating up the oven or kitchen.
Simple-to-Make:This simple no-bake cookie recipe is ideal for inexperienced cooks and makes a fun activity with the kids!
Delectable:Make these easy chocolate haystacks whenever you have a snack attack. Take them to a party and watch them vanish! They are so delectable that people make them every other weekend.
How to Coat Chocolate Macaroons with More Chocolate?
Melt white or dark chocolate and dip the bottoms of chocolate macaroon cookies in it. Alternatively, scoop melted chocolate into a small plastic bag, cut one corner, and drizzle chocolate over the tops of the cookies.
- Lightly toast the coconut in a dry pan to intensify the flavor and add a little crunch to the cookies.
- Quick oats absorb more of the sweetened butter mixture, resulting in a chewier cookie.
- Cherries, chopped dried cranberries, sliced almonds, candied orange peel, or chopped walnuts are all delicious additions to this recipe.
- DO NOT overfill the dough with add-ins, otherwise, the cookies will fall apart.
More Dessert Recipes
- 2 cups quick cooking oats
- 1 cup coconut shredded
- ¼ cup unsweetened cocoa powder
- 2 cups white sugar
- ½ cup milk
- ½ cup butter
- In a large bowl, addoats, coconut and cocoapowder and mix well.
- In a saucepan, add sugar, milkand butter over medium-low heatand bringto a boil, stirring occasionally.
- Immediately remove the pan from heat.
- Pour the milk mixtureover oat mixture andstir until well combined.
- With a tablespoon, place the mixture onto asheet of waxed paper.
- Set aside at room temperature to coolcompletely before serving.