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These Salted Caramel Coconut Macaroons are no heat thus simple to make! The ideal blend of coconut, caramel and chocolate! I’m infatuated!

So we are just around 3 weeks from Christmas. Would you be able to trust it?! It will come SO quick! Regularly now I like to have the entirety of our designs up, yet this year I’ve had a couple of situations.

One is the voyaging. We were away for Thanksgiving and afterward my folks were visiting the area visiting this end of the week. Also we’ve had a huge load of downpour, which makes it difficult to go get a tree outside. I’m almost certain it has been coming down like this the most recent 3 years when we’ve gotten our tree. Insane incident?

Also, this year we have a portion of the center points’ family visiting from South Africa for Christmas. Regularly I put our tree up so early that when the genuine day of Christmas moves around, it’s getting somewhat saggy. We don’t need that to happen this year since we never have his family here from South Africa and we both need it to be pleasant.

In addition, the sun thoroughly changes as winter comes in and light reserve funds changes. I’m at last getting the hang of the adjustment in daylight for photograph taking purposes. At the present time, the best light in our home is correct where we put our Christmas tree. 🙂 I mean, HELLO DILEMMA! What actually will I do once we set up the tree? I’m thinking about revamping furniture to help fix this issue. #foodbloggerproblems

Something different I revised is this treat. Such an alteration of these Caramel Clusters my family has made most Christmas’ since I was a child. We are large caramel darlings and these very simple treats were consistently a hit!

I chose to switch them up and transform it into a Salted Caramel Coconut Macaroon and it was a marvelous thought! These treats are amazing – and conceivably far better than the first. The caramels are liquefied on the oven, at that point the coconut is mixed into the blend. I utilized a treat scoop to shape them and spot them on material paper to cool and firm.

Once cooled, they are plunged in some softened chocolate, at that point somewhat more chocolate is sprinkled on top. I utilized almond bark, since it dissolves so quite smooth, yet there are a few softening chocolate choices all things considered stores – particularly this season. They are sprinkled with a smidgen of ocean salt on top, however you could leave that off on the off chance that you like.


Realizing that my father specifically is an admirer of caramel such as myself, I took him a portion of these over Thanksgiving. I was absolutely correct – he cherished them! These Salted Caramel Coconut Macaroons really help me a great deal to remember a samoa. They have the delicate caramel and coconut surface and flavor, with the chocolate. They are simply without the vanilla treat.

At the point when I saw my father again this end of the week, he had high expectations that I may in any case have a portion of these treats lying around. Unfortunately I didn’t, however he’s placed in a conventional solicitation for additional. I believe it’s sheltered to state we’ve discovered another top pick. 🙂

To Make this Recipe You’Il Need the following ingredients:


  • ° 3 tablespoons (45 ml) of milk
  • ° 6 tablespoons (84 g) salted butter
  • ° 11 oz (310 g) bag of caramel, without wrappers
  • ° 4-5 cups (288g-360g) grated and sweetened coconut
  • ° 4 oz (115 mL) melted chocolate
  • ° Sea salt


  1. Add the milk, butter and caramels to a large pot and heat over medium heat.
  2. Let melt while stirring often to avoid boiling the mixture.
  3. When the caramel has melted and the texture of the mixture is smooth, add the coconut in small amounts.
  4. Toss until the coconut is well coated with the caramel, then gradually add the rest of the coconut.
  5. Take about 1 1/2 tablespoons of the mixture and place them on parchment paper.
  6. Let cool toatly on parchment paper

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