Dutch Macaroons

Linda Griffith


These unusual biscuits treats are delicious served with coffee. They also make an ideal dessert to serve with ice cream…Can also be made with ground hazelnuts. They are wonderfully delicious.


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20 cookies
10 Min
20 Min


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egg whites
1 c
granulated sugar
1 5/8 c
ground almonds
8 oz
semi-sweet baking chocolate
rice paper

How to Make Dutch Macaroons


  • 1Whisk the egg white in a large, clear bowl until stiff, then fold in the sugar and ground almonds.
  • 2Place the mixture in a large pastry bag fitted with a 1/2 inch plain tip and pipe fingers 3 inches long onto 2 cookie sheets lined with rice paper, allowing room for expansion during cooking.
  • 3Bake in a preheated oven, 350 degrees for 15 to 20 minutes or until golden. Transfer to a wire rack and let cool. Remove excess rice paper from round the edges.
  • 4Melt the chocolate and dip the base of each cookie into the chocolate. Place the cookies on a sheet of parchment paper and let set. Drizzle remaining chocolate over the top of cookies. Let set before serving. Rice paper can be found in your local oriental food store.
  • 5To order rice paper on line, go to www.kitchenkraft.com. Thanks to Jan Walker for getting this information for us.

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About Dutch Macaroons

Course/Dish: Candies

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