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Paleo Coconut Macaroon

sweetened with honey
3.6 stars
(458 reviews)
  • Vegetarian
  • No Gluten Added
  • No Dairy Added
This is a Paleo version of a long time classic. Just a few simple ingredients really help the coconut shine. This macaroon is sweetened with honey and has a touch of almond to help bring out the natural sweetness in the coconut. It's held together with eggs but is wheat and dairy free!
Ingredients
  • Coconut Flakes
  • Egg whites
  • Honey
  • Almond Extract
  • Sea Salt
Nutrition
Servings Per Container: 1.0
Amount Per Serving*
Calories 290
Total Fat 18g
Saturated Fat 16g
Trans Fat 0g
Cholesterol 0mg
Sodium 410mg
Total Carbs 32g
Dietary Fiber 4g
Sugars 26g
Protein 3g
*Our nutrition data includes all sauces, dressings, condiments, and garnishes included with a dish. If you have specific concerns about sodium, fat, or overall calories, know that we often serve these items on the side so you can add them to taste or leave them out, if you like.

What People Are Saying

2 Stars
Take note that if you don't love coconut, don't get it. Size of a big meatball, flakey, and fell apart after biting into it a second time. Too messy for me.
2 Stars
Had high hopes but overly sweet and falling apart.
2 Stars
This macaron came apart into crumbs almost immediately after I opened up the packaging.
3 Stars
The flavor is good, but the texture is so crumbly that I have to eat it with a spoon! It is always this way. There must be a way to make a more traditionally moist macaroon,
2 Stars
Not worth you $3 ...... Don't buy
1 Stars
Not so good. Fell apart and was very dry. Sorry
1 Stars
It fell apart when I opened the package. Nothing was holding it together. The taste left a lot to be desired too. I love coconuts, but it was too coconut-y
2 Stars
Ordered two, and both were basically falling apart and broken/smashed. Uncertain if it was by delivery or by construction/cooking.
4 Stars
The cookies tasted great! I was disappointed that they fell apart so easily. I imagine it would have been a different experience if they were just made.
1 Stars
wong item delivered mexican spice bronie instead which doesn t fit my taste
1 Stars
Fairly tasty, definitely too sweet, but completely fell apart when trying to eat and got coconut flakes everywhere.
3 Stars
Our Mom was not a fan. Said it tasted "uncooked" and that she had to bake it for some time to get it to the consistency she is used to. Maybe it's just the honey/Paleo part? Not sure but thought we'd share her opinion.
1 Stars
You call it Paleo because is 5000 year old? That was the most boring macaron I've ever had... What's the point on getting dessert?
5 Stars
So good. My husband is a coconut macaroons lover. These hit a bullseye for him.
4 Stars
Pretty dry but good flavor.
5 Stars
Tasted like a perfect, sweet traditional coconut macaroon, not the fancy pants stuff. This is what a real macaroon is to me.
1 Stars
I was disappointed with the macaroon. I like my macaroons a lot chewier and denser than this one. This was dry and more flaky.
5 Stars
Wonderful! Very moist and delicious!
5 Stars
These are perfect!
1 Stars
Dry !
4 Stars
Very good, but slightly too sweet.
3 Stars
it was pretty good. I wish it had chocolate on the bottom
4 Stars
delicious!
2 Stars
I'm sad. I love coconut & generally love Chef Aguilar's desserts but this macaroon was sadly lacking. The texture was ok but it wasn't sweet enough (I don't have a huge sweet tooth either). I'm sad.
4 Stars
Bigger than it looks. The coconut taste was likably intense. A little moist and crumbly, which I found OK. It was sweeter than I wanted but most cookies are.
5 Stars
Perfect amount of sweetness, and it's not super dry either. This is my new favorite breakfast snack!
3 Stars
Nice flavor, but too crumbly - not moist enough or cohesive enough for a macaroon
4 Stars
Could have been just us, but I didn't really get the coconut flavor; it's wasn't bad, just not what I expected.
5 Stars
If you LOVE coconut like I do, you'll LOVE this coconut macaroon!
1 Stars
"Wow. That's a really gross cookie." That was my initial reaction. I ate about half of it, then threw it in the street. I should've known with all this paleo nonsense. Eh, whatever.