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Citrus-White Chocolate Macaroons

Citrus-White Chocolate Macaroons recipe
photo by:kraft
Cookie exchange coming up? We’ve got you covered. Not only are these cookies pretty, the combination of citrus and white chocolate flavors tastes amazing.
15 min
35 min
about 3 doz. or 18 servings, 2 cookies each
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I have prepared this recipe several times and have had to send most of them home with my grandchildren (otherwise, I would have PLOWED thru them myself). These are so good, the right combination of flavors, delicious!!!
I loved them! Excellent!
The recipie looked good, but then they came out really flat and greasy looking. The tasted really really good, but I added a few ingredients but was not a great success....
I found these cookies to be very easy to make. They came out looking just like the picture. My family and friends loved them.
I had the same problem - the batter spread out around each cookies and I ended up with a lump in center and white thin edge - I ended up using kitchen shears to cut it off but everybody loved the cookies. I don't know what to do to 'thicken' it but I'll experiment with it a little.
I followed the directions exactly, and they turned out runny and not attractive at all. The citrus makes it taste weird too.
I did as the recipe said. They turned out to look like fried eggs. A bid mound of coconut and a think cookie around them. The funny thing is that everyone at the cookie swap loved them. I want to fix the recipe and do it again but everyone else said they are doing it the way I did it....
Someone needs to revise this recipe for the egg protion. YOU HAVE TO BEAT THE EGG WHITES TO A SOFT PEAK FIRST, BEFORE YOU MIX WITH THE REST OF THE MIX. This is not included in this recipe. I made this recipe for the first time and just added the eggs and it came out terrible. I looked up a similar recipe on another website to find out what went wrong the first time around. The second time I made the cookies they turned out great.
This is now my hubby's favorite cookie. The next time I make these I will use powdered egg whites because the real egg whites ran all over the cookie sheets.
o my o my there are no words that can express how my taste buds are singing right now. Very easy and what a taste
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