3-ingredient coconut macaroons! (Madame Cocos Copycat) Use sweetened condensed coconut milk for a lactose-free version. These macaroons are gluten free too.
In The Netherlands, we have a concept called “Madame Cocos“. They sell fresh made coconut macaroons but also sell tubs of macaroon “dough”. A few weeks back my “bro-in-law” bought a bag of these macaroons. The shop is super cute and they sell all kinds of macaroons: regular, dark chocolate, white chocolate, and rum and raisins. So good. I’m not sure how much my sis’ bf paid for the fresh macaroons, but when I saw the tubs of “dough” for € 5,50 each on their website I was a bit shocked! (One tub makes 8 large macaroons) And so I decide to make my own recipe (as usual). Coconut macaroons are really super easy to make. Really. Anyone can do this; it’s a matter of stirring. In addition to needing no skills, this recipe takes only three ingredients! Three! So if you’re a true coconut lover, you can’t skip this easy treat. This recipe makes 10 macaroons and the ingredients will cost you about € 3,50. Read more
Lovely fluffy banana muffins with a hint of coconut and topped with fragrant desiccated coconut. These muffins are vegan.
Happy Wednesday! We’re already halfway the week. And since it’s Wednesday, I’ve got a new recipe for you guys. I prepared a vegan muffin recipe for you guys. Today’s muffin is super fluffy (I love fluffy muffins), contains no dairy and is very fragrant. You’ll have a delicious coconut-banana scent lingering all around your house when you make these muffins. Even if you’re not vegan, you’ll like these muffins. And don’t worry, if you want to make your own kind of recipe: I’ve got you covered too. Read more
Soft pandan cake, covered with kaya and coconut, rolled into a beautiful swiss roll. This is just about the softest cake you’ll ever find.
I’m obsessed with swiss rolls at the moment. Not just obsessed with making them, but also obsessed with eating them. Okay, honestly it’s mostly about the eating but let’s pretend I’m interested in making them too. Lol. They’re just SO good. Really. The first swiss rolls I shared with you guys was this vanilla swiss roll stuffed with whipped cream. I love love love whipped cream. My bf went crazy over the vanilla rolls too. However, as some you might know, my dad’s gf does not eat dairy. Therefor, I wanted to make a dairy-free swiss roll for her. The result? This pandan swiss roll with kaya (coconut jam) and grated coconut instead of whipped cream. It’s amazing. You will not miss the dairy. Read more