White Chocolate Dipped Coconut Lime Macaroons

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Those who love coconut and white chocolate combos will enjoy this erythritol sweetened and gluten-free treat. Lime zest adds a refreshing citrus flavour to the cookie that's complemented by the sweet white chocolate coating. It is super easy to make and takes just a few ingredients.

  • 4 Egg whites, at room temperature
  • 75 g Desiccated coconut
  • 75 g Desiccated coconut, lightly toasted
  • 100 g Erythritol granules
  • 1/2 tbsp Finely grated lime rind
  • 1/4 tsp Vanilla extract
  • Pinch of salt
  • 150 g White chocolate couverture for dipping, chopped
  1. Preheat oven to 180C/350F. In a large bowl, whisk egg whites until frothy. Add in coconut, erythritol granules, lemon rind, vanilla extract and pinch of salt. Use a rubber spatula to fold the dough together until combined.
  2. Dampen your hands with cold water and form tablespoons of mixture into domes. Bake until golden, about 15-20 minutes. Cool slightly on the baking sheets, then transfer to wire racks to cool completely.
  3. In a double boiler or a heatproof bowl set over a pan of simmering water, melt the chopped white chocolate, removing it from the heat when a few small lumps remain. Stir until smooth.
  4. Working one at a time, dip the bottoms of the macaroons into the white chocolate and place back on the lined sheet pan. Chill in the fridge for 20 minutes until set. Store the macaroons in an airtight container at room temperature for up to 7 days.

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kitchen flavours 26/10/17 06:21

I love macaroon, would not have thought of dipping it in white choc! Yum!

Sharon D 26/10/17 06:31

Yummy treats, Angie. Coconut and lime? I think that's brilliant!

mjskit 26/10/17 06:37

How can you not like coconut and white chocolate?! I've got to make these!! What a unique and decadent treat! Thanks Angie!

Rosa 26/10/17 08:03

A heavenly treat! What a great combination.



Susie 26/10/17 08:09

Hello, Angie.

How can someone dislike coconuts and chocolates? It looks so pretty and yummy. It is actually making me very hungry. Haha. I hope I can make it sooner.

Vicki Bensinger 26/10/17 10:54

Don’t these sound like a luscious treat. I love that these are dipped in white chocolate with a hint of lime, and the shape makes them perfect for dipping.

Tricia Buice 26/10/17 13:14

I love coconut Angie so I know these would be welcome in our house. Also love the addition of lime - that's really smart to add a bright freshness to the cookies. Great recipe!

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 26/10/17 14:42

Angie, I must make these soon - that combination of flavors is perfect!

Balvinder Ubi 26/10/17 17:37

I do love macaroons but have never made dipped with chocolate. These with white bottoms look fantastic!

Pam 26/10/17 18:00

Yum! I am loving every single ingredient in these beauties.

Monica 26/10/17 18:56

It looks super elegant!

Cheri Savory Spoon 26/10/17 22:08

Macaroons are my favorite, the white chocolate makes them even more special. Lovely cookies Angie!

Liz Berg 26/10/17 23:59

You've just combined two of my favorite ingredients: coconut and white chocolate! I love these cookies!!!

Nava K 27/10/17 05:47

I want to make this. The last time I made, I headed to disaster. I love the concept of no flour and coconut only. Its just my kind of sweet treat. Thank you for the recipe Angie darling.

Easyfoodsmith 27/10/17 10:55

The macaroons look so pretty and so decadent.

Katerina 27/10/17 13:34

You took macaroons to a whole new level Angie!

Christine Ho 27/10/17 14:25

I haven't made macaroons for a while. Your beautiful macaroons get me itching to make some, Angie.

Alida 27/10/17 23:51

I have never made macaroons, they look heavenly! Have a great weekend!

My Little Space 28/10/17 02:04

I just love these ! I can imagine how good it smells. Should be a good idea for the coming festive treat. Enjoy your day, Shuling.
Blessings, Kristy

Gloria Baker 28/10/17 03:11

These macarons look absolutely beautiful ANgie, love them! xoxox

natalia20041989 28/10/17 14:53

Oh wow, they look so cute! I haven't made them yet, should give them a try☺

Nancy Chan 28/10/17 16:26

A wonderful combination. Hard to resist!

Nammi 28/10/17 17:24

What on earth is erythritol???? is it like a sugar substitute? these looks lovely, :) enjoy your sunday !

Geraldine Saucier 28/10/17 19:57

These are the best macaroons ever. I love the use of lime. Citrus adds extra zing.

Abbe@This is How I Cook 29/10/17 02:49

What great macaroons! Lime, chocolate and coconut is such an awesome combo!

Rafeeda AR 29/10/17 10:30

Such beautiful looking macaroons... and definitely a delicious marriage of lime and white chocolate!

Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 29/10/17 18:13

What a beautiful bite! White chocolate, lime and coconut? This is perfection!

fimère .b 29/10/17 19:54

délicieux macarons combinaison de saveurs est parfaite
bonne soirée

grace 29/10/17 21:04

chocolate dipped macaroons are fine, but white chocolate is so much better! great idea, angie!

Catherine 30/10/17 01:00

Dear Angie, Beautiful. So light and delicious. Have a beautiful week my dear. xoxo Catherine

Amy (Savory Moments) 30/10/17 12:11

Love the addition of white chocolate with the coconut! Sounds good!

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 30/10/17 14:36

I love all things coconut, Angie, and would love a couple of these with my morning coffee! My favorite candy bar growing up was Mounds and Almond Joy :) Look at those gorgeous, big coconut flakes!

Reeni Pisano 31/10/17 00:39

I absolutely love these 3 flavors together Angie!! They're so pretty too and look fun to eat!

Ann Low 31/10/17 01:46

Coconut and lime are perfect combos! Look cute and I can just pop them in my mouth one by one!

Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 31/10/17 03:41

These are such divine treats! I love white chocolate.

GiGi Eats Celebrities 1/11/17 01:25

OMG I CAN EAT THIS (without the white chocolate). HAVE YOU perfected a sugar and dairy-free white chocolate yet? lol ... Although, I am 10000% dead serious!

Kitchen Riffs 1/11/17 01:41

Coconut? Lime? White chocolate? Yes! What a terrific recipe -- this sounds just wonderful. Thanks!

Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 1/11/17 09:41

I love anything chocolate and coconut, and these pretty coconut lime macaroons are making me drool, Angie. I wish I could grab a few of them right away.

Evi 1/11/17 13:58

Wow, these macaroons look seriously delicious, Angie!

Ashley@CookNourishBliss 1/11/17 20:09

Mmmm I love anything with coconut! And with white chocolate and lime zest! Sounds delightful!

Emma @ Bake Then Eat 1/11/17 23:08

I love coconut and I can never say no to white chocolate ;)

nadia 2/11/17 00:20

That's such a delicious flavour combination! I love macaroons so must try this recipe :D

Katie | Healthy Seasonal Recipes 2/11/17 00:35

I know a lot of coconut lovers who would fall head over heals for this one! Lovely idea- especially whit the white chocolate! Yummy!

Roz Corieri Paige 5/11/17 14:08

I love how you combined white chocolate with the coconut macaroons, Angie. Plus the addition of lime is brilliant for that added flavor!

Marcelle @ A Little Fish in the Kitchen 7/11/17 01:11

These look delicious, Angie! I love that they are sugar-free. I've not tried erythritol, but I've read it tastes a lot like sugar!

Jeff 7/11/17 04:42

These macaroons are not at all what I would've expected. I wish I could reach right inside my screen and take one!

Zaza 10/11/17 18:33

Looks scrumptious!!!

Anne@ASaladForAllSeasons 13/11/17 05:52

These are gorgeous, Angie! And I really love that lime coconut combination!

claudia lamascolo 15/11/17 13:29

What a great addition to the Christmas cookie tray! thanks Angie!

Dawn Yucuis 17/11/17 02:23

I love the combination of flavors macaroons.

Muna Kenny 20/11/17 00:36

You touched a sensitive spot Angie, I love macaroons and yours look so delicious :)


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