These super chocolatey and fudgy vegan chocolate coconut macaroons are easy to make with pantry ingredients.
A cross between a coconut macaroon and a brownie, these fudgy vegan chocolate coconut macaroons are easy to make and dangerously good. One bowl, one spoon and a handful of pantry ingredients are all you need to whip up a batch.
Chocolate and coconut together are a winning combination, and clearly one of my favorites considering the number of times the delicious duo have made an appearance on the blog. There’s this tart, these haystacks, these macaroon cups and these clusters just to name a few. So it should come as no surprise that I’m sharing with you another variation on an old favorite, this time in cookie form.
These rich and chewy macaroons are packed to the brim with both chocolate and coconut. They’re fudgy and meltingly tender on the inside, with pockets of chocolate strewn throughout.
How do you make chocolate coconut macaroons?
Chances are you already have everything you need in your pantry. Start by melting together some chopped chocolate, coconut milk, coconut sugar and vanilla until smooth. Than add in some shredded coconut and more chocolate into the form of cocoa powder and chocolate chips to form a loose batter. Then scoop the batter onto a cookie sheet and pop it into the oven to bake. What emerges are little mounds of chewy chocolate goodness. (Make sure not to overbake them, they will firm as they cool.)
Dense and fudgy like a good brownie with lots of chewy texture from the coconut, these vegan chocolate coconut macaroons are great for Passover, Easter or frankly just because.
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