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Making Macaroons on Macaroon Day

NOT everyone is a fan of macaroons but they’ve gained enough fans around the world for them to have a day of their own. Macaroons, after all, deserve to be recognized for their unique characteristics. These tasty little delights also come in many recipes that every household needs to try. To celebrate National Macaroon Day, here are five macaroon recipes to try out in the kitchen.

Coconut Macaroon

One can never go wrong with the classic coconut macaroon. It’s super sweet and super chewy—one can consume an entire box of these sweet coconut cookies all in one sitting. To achieve a coconut macaroon that’s slightly crunchy on the outside but soft and chewy on the inside, follow the recipe with a surprising secret ingredient on simplyrecipes.com.

Salted Caramel Macaroon

This variation is a coconut lover’s dream come true where the coconut cookies are dipped in chocolate and drizzled with caramel sauce, resulting in the best sweet and salty combo. Cookiesandcups.com perfected an easy recipe for one to try at home.

Lemon Coconut-Oat Macaroon

For a refreshing take on one’s usual macaroon recipe, add in some fresh flavor with lemon. It’s equally a delicious treat like the original but with an added punch of fresh lemon zest and juice. A polished recipe of this lemon coconut-oat macaroon is available on healthyfoodforliving.com.

Cinnamon Pecan Coconut Macaroon

This sweet and chewy bite is always fun to make but even more fun to create when one adds a bit of a twist. A healthy version of this treat comes with cinnamon and pecans. Follow the recipe on thechiclife.com for an exciting weekend project with the family.

Peppermint Chocolate Macaroon

A classic coconut macaroon is crisp and chewy but with cacao powder, it gives it that rich chocolate flavor that everyone loves to indulge in. One may also include a bit of peppermint extract to the recipe for that extra kick. Peppermint chocolate enthusiasts can check againstallgrain.com for the recipe.


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