Try some of these recipes for delicious light macaroons made with all kinds of spices and nuts. Perfect with tea or coffee.
I learned this recipe in Home Economics class in my old country. Great for afternoon tea or to sell during fairs and fetes. So easy to make, children can make it too. You can use regular muffin tins or mini-muffin tins.
My wife loves macaroons and this is her favourite version of the recipe. We love sharing them on a trip to the park.
These chewy macaroons are studded with dried apple and flaked almonds. Delicious and very easy to make.
This is an old recipe from the 70s which combines delicious coconut and rum essence to make the perfect macaroon.
This macaroon recipe is a traditional Italian recipe for weddings and Christmas. You can make some variations with the decorations to make it more festive.
These coconut macaroons are great by themselves or you can sandwich them together which a white chocolate filling.
These are a light biscuit that is flavoured by almond oil, ground hazelnuts and vanilla. They are ideal for afternoon tea with your friends and a coffee.
These are ridiculously easy no-bake macaroons made with oats, cocoa and coconut. Simple and delicious!
Melted dark chocolate adds a luscious touch to classic coconut macaroons. They are especially good if served chilled from the fridge on a hot day.
This recipe is really easy to make, but you will be surprised how good it is. It's an easy coconut macaroon.