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BAKER'S ONE BOWL Macaroons

BAKER'S ONE BOWL Macaroons recipe
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These are my boyfriend's father's favorite.
posted by
sflanders
on 6/4/2009
time
prep:
10 min
total:
1 hr 22 min
servings
total:
2 doz. or 12 servings, 2 cookies each
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posted:
11/23/2013
I just made these and wish I'd read the reviews 1st. They're really good, but next time I will add the almond extract. I lined the pan with foil that has the "unsticky" side for use on grills and they came off easily, but I will add more cooking time next time because some fell apart on the cooling rack.
posted:
7/28/2011
I made these several times, if you add a minute or two to the cooking time, they are slightly easier to get off of the pan. They are delicious. One time I drizzled them with chocolate after they cooled...yummy!
posted:
12/13/2010
I tried these the other day and they were a hit with my family and friends. They are easy to throw together, but I agree with others that they are pretty sticky when removing from the pans. I use stoneware and found that if I cook them a minute or two longer they tend to hold together better after they have cooled.
posted:
12/15/2009
This was really easy and tasted good. It's pretty sweet tasting though.
posted:
12/5/2009
Excellent recipe, the hint of using a spatula dipped in warm water to remove the cookies from the sheet is a must! Really made for easy clean up afterward.
posted:
6/4/2009
These are my boyfriend's father's favorite.
posted:
11/23/2008
I use parchment paper to line the cookie sheets. They can cool right on the paper and it makes clean-up a breeze.
posted:
7/24/2008
I altered this recipe a little bit and I think I came up with the perfect macaroon. I used 1/2 t vanilla & 1/2 t almond extract. I also added 2 T flour and one egg white. Using condensed milk instead of egg whites is definitely much easier. Don't forget to remove them from the pan IMMEDIATELY. They stick very quickly!
posted:
2/27/2008
These cookies have the most heavenly taste and texture! Very easy to make. For those who prefer a more traditional macaroon taste, use 1/2 tsp almond extract and 1/2 tsp vanilla extract or any variation thereof.
posted:
1/23/2008
Very Yummy!
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