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These traditional Passover cookies couldn't be easier to make -- just stir and bake -- and they require only a handful of ingredients. The coconut treats are crisp and nutty, with a chewy center.

Source: Martha Stewart Living, April 2009
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Macaroons will keep, covered, for up to 1 week.

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  • FrannyAZ
    5 APR, 2013
    Why can't we Pin your recipes?????
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  • FrannyAZ
    5 APR, 2013
    I love this recipe. I add a lot more coconut to it though. the first time I made them they were soggy. Quick and easy!
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  • Raayah
    30 MAR, 2013
    This was a delicious macaroons and kosher for Pesach. I made them for the holiday. I had to double the recipe because really 8 cookies? I would have had an uprising. I peeled and grated my own coconut, skipped the vanilla extract and added lemon juice instead because we are orthodox and even so these macaroons were great.
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  • Flinn
    23 SEP, 2012
    I followed the recipe exactly and mine turned into a watery mess. Very, very disappointing.
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  • lila1
    9 APR, 2012
    pdiller-------for nutritional information-go to calorie dash board and enter all ingredients as asked and click analayze this will give u exactly all the nutrition value per portion, very helpful, as i too log everything i eat each day
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  • pdiller
    4 APR, 2010
    My husband and I are trying to eat healthy. I also want to keep some of our favorite traditions for the holidays. I would like to see nutrition information to help keep us on our road to good health. Thanks.
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  • merio
    2 APR, 2010
    I added Chocolate chips and pecans to one batch and Raisins to another batch. Also melted semi-sweet chocolate and dipped the plain coconut ones into it...They are FABULOUS. Better than spending $15 on store bought ones and Better Tasting. Thank you!!!!!!
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  • sawzbella
    1 APR, 2010
    I'm considering a little chocolate drizzle over mine!
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  • anakalia21
    30 MAR, 2010
    I made these for our first passover at our friends house, and they turned out delicious! I was a little concerned because they had so few ingredients, but am so pleased with the end result...and they're easy!
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  • PSGB
    14 APR, 2009
    A guest brought these to our seder. Incredible! We will never, ever buy the canned ones again. We've made 6 batches since!
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