Desserts/ KETO Friendly

Coconut Macaroons…Keto Style

I got a “thumbs up” on this recipe. Thanks, KelseyAle.com. I got her book, Keto Sweets, and this is the first recipe I’ve tried and it’s a hit. This sweet treat is easy to make and tastes divine. And a bonus is the kitchen smells great, too!

Adapted from: KelseyAle.com

Makes 20 Serving size = 2 Cookies Carbs = 3g per serving

* Macaroons are normally made with sugar or condensed milk which brings the carbs up to 17g for one cookie.

If you’re interested, here’s some information about Monk Fruit Sweetener.

Don’t forget the “No Stress in the Kitchen” tips…to your right. 🙂

Coconut Macaroons...Keto Style

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By leslie Serves: 20 @ 2 cookies per serving
Prep Time: 15 minutes Cooking Time: 15-20 minutes

Lovely. Light, sweet & low carb AND easy to make!

Ingredients

  • 1 Cup Canned Coconut Milk (stir well)
  • 1 1/2 Cups Shredded Coconut
  • 1/2 Cup Almond Flour
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/4 teaspoon Monk Fruit Extract
  • 1 Tablespoon Monk Fruit Sweetener

Instructions

1

Preheat the oven to 350F & line a baking tray with parchment paper.

2

Mix all ingredients in a medium bowl and combine well.

3

Using a melon baller or if you don't have one, a measuring spoon (Tbl) will do and scoop into mounds on the baking sheet.

4

Bake for 15 to 20 minutes, depending on your oven until the edges get golden. All ovens are different, so keep checking after 10 minutes. (Mine is cooking unevenly lately...time to get that checked!)

5

Transfer tray to a cooking rack and let cool completely before removing them, as the macaroons are fragile and will fall apart!

6

After they cooled, I used a spatula and stored them in a sealed container, then put them in the fridge and they set completely. Keep them in the fridge and they'll last for a week...Hah! Not in my house.

Nutrition

  • 3 g Carbohydrates

Notes

*Nutrition information is provided as a courtesy only and should be construed as an estimate rather than a guarantee.” *Carbohydrates are NET Carbs unless the Fiber is listed. If the Fiber is listed, subtract it from the Carb count and you’ll get the NET Carbs.

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