These are so good and I love how easy they were to make. I didnt have almond extract at home so I added extra vanilla, (I had a bottle of Pure Mexican Vanilla that I bought in Mexico), I also whipped the egg whites till they were stiff, and they came out yummy. I did forget them in the frig overnight but they still came out perfect, thanks for sharing.
These are really easy. I left out the almond extract as I didn't have any and added a little extra vanilla of which I used alcohol free. I also found they would fall apart with egg replacer so I added a couple more eggs using less liquid (mine is a dry egg replacer). Additionally I added some honey as well which may have helped them stay together. But they turned out fine.
I thought these were easy to make and tasted good, but they were way to sweet and sticky for me. I'm glad I tried them though.
I finally got to make these last night. These are a tasty, delicate treat. I like how easy they are to make and I really like the addition of the almond extract - yum, yum, yum. My non-GF husband gave them two thumbs up. I am glad he helped me eat them so I wouldn't eat the whole batch by myself. Thank you for a wonderful recipe that is going to be a keeper for my family.
Super easy to make and really good! I was worried since you don't do anything to the egg whites. I kept thinking that would ruin it. But they were tasty macaroons that were pretty and tasted great. I halved the recipe (as I only had 1.5 cups of the coconut) and we really enjoyed them.