Dark Chocolate-dipped Coconut Macaroons. Learn to make beautiful coconut macaroons dipped and drizzled in dark chocolate. These dense and chewy coconut macaroons are dipped in dark chocolate for the ultimate decadent treat, and they also feature a fun crunchy surprise in the center! These chocolate coconut macaroons require surprisingly few ingredients to deliver their chewy, coconutty flavor.
All-natural macaroons dipped in dark chocolate are guaranteed to become your favorite coconut cookie. These macaroons are remarkably simple to make and deceptively fancy. Cookie can barely keep her paws off them! You can have Dark Chocolate-dipped Coconut Macaroons using 4 ingredients and 7 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Dark Chocolate-dipped Coconut Macaroons
- You need 3 of egg whites.
- You need 2 c of shredded unsweetened coconut.
- You need of Sweetener equivalent to 1/2 c sugar (1 T Stevia).
- Prepare 4 oz of chocolate (85%+ cacao), broken into pieces.
My niece LOVES coconut so I asked if she liked macaroons. She said the only ones she'd ever seen looked like burnt globs. So, I made these for her and she LOVED them. These coconut macaroons are light, chewy, and dipped in chocolate.
Dark Chocolate-dipped Coconut Macaroons step by step
- Preheat oven to 350°F..
- In large bowl, beat egg whites with mixer until stiff peaks form..
- Fold in coconut and sweetener to egg whites..
- Line baking sheet with parchment paper. Scoop mixture by 1/4 cupfuls forming 8 mounds on baking sheet..
- Bake 15 min. until lightly browned and slightly firm. Allow to cool..
- In small bowl, melt chocolate in microwave, stirring every 15 seconds until completely melted..
- Carefully dip bottom third of macaroon in bowl using a fork to lift out. Place on parchment paper and cool in refrigerator..
They're always a crowd favorite and incredibly easy to make! These Coconut Macaroons are the perfect sweet treat for a healthy holiday. They're made with shredded coconut, sweetened with maple syrup, and super simple to make! When Linley and I were in college, we would house-sit for her Uncles. They used to live in the cutest neighborhood in South.