Saturday, November 3, 2012

Mexican Chocolate Coconut Macaroons (Paleo, Egg/Grain/Dairy Free)



I have the great privilege today of sharing a recipe over at the talented Against All Grain's blog. If you haven't been over there yet, you are in for a real treat. Danielle has the most unbelievable delicious grain free and Paleo recipes as well as stunning photography to go with it....at some point I guarantee you'll be licking your screen. So head on over and get my new Egg/Nut Free Mexican Chocolate Coconut Macaroon recipe and take some time to look around. Don't be surprised if you get lost in the goodness for at least a few hours, maybe more! 

Note: Use Let's Do Organic coconut in this recipe. It is very finely shredded. If you use another brand (like Bob's Redmill) that is coarser you will need to adjust the oil to 1/4 cup instead of 1/3.




9 comments:

  1. hey there! this recipe looks and sounds delicious, and I'm just now finding your website and freaking out a bit over all these allergen-free recipes to try.
    thanks for the hard work you do!
    can't wait to get cooking!

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  2. Mmm these are delicious! As soon as I read the recipe I went and made up a batch. I have been on my 'paleo' journey since the start of the year and can't believe I have only just stumbled upon your blog! It looks fantastic, I am going to be trawling your archives this week :) Thanks for all the work you put in to it! Jolene

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  3. Oh my, these look heavenly! I can't wait to make these...they would be perfect to wrap up and give at Christmas time!

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  4. These look great! I was wondering if I could have permission to share your photos on my blog and / or Facebook (with credit of course) - I know my readers would love your work. Thanks in advance!

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  5. Hi again! I just had to stop back over here after really looking over your post at AAG. I was so thrilled to see the quote from Li-young Lee! We had dinner with him about 4 months ago. My husband is an English Professor and we had the pleasure of spending several hours with him.

    So nice to see his work on a whole foodie post :-)! I am going to forward it to him. I am sure he will be pleased. He has a very special spirit.

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  6. Lol that is so awesome. My husband is kinda freaking out right now! Li-young Lee is his favorite writer and a huge influence on his writing!

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  7. Oh my goodness! These look so good. I am going to have to try them. Great blog btw.

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