5 Reviews

I made these for a bridal shower my wife was hosting. I found them very easy to make and the results were exceptional. The flavours were amazing!

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Rafale May 27, 2007

I've been looking for a diabetes-friendly recipe and decided to try this with 1/3 cup sugar, which was just right. Although the texture was slightly sticky for me, I loved the toasted coconut and Will be making these again! Thanks for an easy, low carb treat.

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Claire de Luna July 17, 2006

These were great - though I'm not sure I cooked mine for long enought. They came out of the oven all puffed up and lovely but as soon as they hit the cold air they shrivelled quite a bit. The shrivelling didn't affect the taste and I'll make them again but cook for a while longer and maybe let them cool in the oven.

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Fairy Nuff July 13, 2006

These were very good, I left out the coconut and vanilla extract and just use 1-1/2 teaspoons almond extract. These are very sweet, so you might want to cut the sugar down just slightly. Thanks Rita...Kitten

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Kittencal@recipezazz February 10, 2006
Coconut Macaroon Cookie Recipe