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Dense and chewy coconut cookies drizzled in dark chocolate.
These cookies are a little bite of delight! If you like coconut, you will love these cookies! And as a bonus, they are no-bake!
After Christmas I was tired of fudge. Now, understand, I ate a lot of my 2 Ingredient Fudge and Mounds Fudge, and it was completely on plan, but by the time Christmas was over, I was "Fudged out!" However, I still had a large jar of low carb, sugar free sweetened condensed milk in my fridge. Hence, these 3-ingredient macaroons!
If you have the low carb sweetened condensed milk already made, these cookies literally take 3 minutes to whip up.
Simply combine the condensed milk and unsweetened coconut together. Then, form into balls and place in the freezer to harden. After they have hardened, simply drizzle with chocolate! How simple is that?
I tested a few of them by dipping them completely in the chocolate. Those tasted like coconut bon-bons! However, being the Drive Thru Sue that I am, I decided that was too much work! I think the drizzle looks prettier, too.
- 1 Cup Low Carb Sugar Free Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1 1/2 CupsUnsweetened Finely Shredded Coconut
- 1/2 CupLily's Chocolate Chips
- 1 Teaspoon Coconut oil Optional
- In a large mixing bowl, combine 1 cup Sweetened Condensed Milk and 1 1/2 Cups unsweetened coconut.
- You should have a firm mixture (if not, add a bit more coconut).
- Using a Small Cookie Scoop, scoop balls of the mixture onto a parchment-paper-lined cookie sheet.
- Place the macaroons in the freezer until they are firm.
For Chocolate Drizzle
- In a microwaveable container, melt the chocolate chips. (Using the optional coconut oil will help it melt more smoothly.)
- Drizzle on top of the macaroons.
- Store macaroons in the refrigerator.
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Oh my, this one is shouting "make me" so loud my ears are actually hurting. Coconut? Chocolate? Amazing.
These are so simple and yummy looking. It is always great to have a no bake treat that can be made so quickly!
Yum! I love coconut and these look simply divine!
Oh these look like a wonderful sweet treat - thanks for the recipe!
These look great! I make macaroons with coconut milk sometimes. I'll have to try these too.
Maya | Wholesome Yum
What an easy treat!These look great!
This looks exactly like the kind of cookie I would love.
Kim | Low Carb Maven
Wow! This is a treat I wouldn't want to share. I agree that the drizzle on the top dresses them up nicely. So pretty.
Any advice for a vegan substitute for sweetened condensed milk ??
Thank you 🙂
How about coconut condensed milk? I don't have a recipe for that, but I have seen it several places - maybe look on Pinterest?
Looking forward to low carb life style.Husband and I are both borderline diabetes.
Sasha @ Eat Love Eat
Love how simple these are! Yum!
Okay, this recipe looks delicious, but please do not tell people it is sugar-free and/or low carb. Condensed milk is loaded with sugar, and it is anything but low-carb.
Hi Jackie! Thanks for taking the time to comment. This recipe does not use sugar laden or high carb condensed milk, but rather a homemade sugar-free low carb condensed milk. The recipe to the low carb condensed milk is linked within the recipe card! ?
Thank you! It is crazy to think that this recipe is sugar free or low carb !!!
But indeed it is! Enjoy!
It is so CLEARLY stated in this recipe that this is a special, sugar free sweetened condensed milk with a "click only needed" to access that recipe! Dsdjhardy, you are so patient!😊
But the "sweetened" condensed milk has sugar in it so this isn't sugar free or low carb. Or am I missing something?
The sweetened condensed milk is a homemade "milk" using coconut milk and a low carb sweetener. The recipe to the milk is linked in the recipe above. ?
The use of sweetened condensed milk means this recipe is NOT technically low-carb or sugar-free. Sweetened condensed milk actually has a lot of added sugar.
Egg whites with xylitol or erythritol would be a better low-carb option. But this recipe is mislabeled as low-carb and sugar-free, unfortunately.
Hi Susan! The Sweetened Condensed Milk used here is homemade (the recipe is linked above). It uses coconut milk and a low carb sweetener, so it is still low carb and sugar free. 🙂
Do you think these will work with the dairy free condensed milk.
Can you please tell me what the serving size would be?
I would probably eat 2 as a serving.
How are these sugar free if there is a C of sweet condensed milk?
This recipe uses a homemade, low carb, sugar free sweetened condensed milk. The recipe is linked above. 🙂
This states "the sweetened condensed milk is a homemade "milk" using coconut milk and a low carb sweetener", but when I click on the recipe it states 2 cups heavy whipping cream, not coconut milk. Am I missing something? Thanks, Michelle =)
I am so sorry - there must have been a mistake with the intro. Did you see the intro on Facebook? You could also use this 2 ingredient sweetened condensed milk to make this recipe. It does use coconut milk. http://mymontanakitchen.com/2017/01/26/2-ingredient-dairy-free-sweetened-condensed-milk-thm-s-sugar-free-low-carb/
This recipe came up when we searched low carb macaroons. Is that a mistake? How can this possibly be low carb when using sweetened condensed milk? It’s is loaded with sugar and not considered low carb. Can something else be substituted? Like Swerve sweetener and egg whites? Not sure how much to use though.
Hi Molly! I am so glad you found my recipe! This recipe uses a low carb, homemade sweetened condensed milk that is also sugar free. If you click on the highlighted text in the post and recipe card above, it will take you to the recipe.
As one person suggested I toasted the coconut. I also swirled in some of the chocolate. They turned out really, really good! Thanks for sharing!
🙂 It took me just a second to realize with the condensed milk as well, because don't most people skip the intro everything and jump right to the recipe (like I do)? 😛 Maybe just a comment in the recipe about the homemade sweetened condensed milk as well would help with all the confusion and then the link right under it?
BTW All your recipes make my mouth water, but I'm usually too lazy to make them. :p
I love all your recipes, they are utterly so simple to make. Even a lazy Jane or a drive thru Sue could make these! Thanks for all the wonderful treats you make holidays so simple ☺️
Theses coconut biscuit are not sugar free read the label on the condensed milk it say sugar is 60.9g of sugar 60.9g per 100g. unless there's one out says no sugar that I haven't herd of maybe
Hi Alison, this recipe uses homemade sugar-free sweetened condensed milk. So there is no added sugar, and it truly is sugar-free. 😊