These Chocolate Coconut Macaroons are one of my favorites, because they are amazingly quick and easy to make! The are also a simple and tasty treat for any occasion. These are soooo easy to make! Combine the dry ingredients. Once combined, add almond milk and agave nectar. Mix until moist. Scoop into 2 or 3 inch patties and bake at 375 until golden. I find they cook better on a piece of parchment. Cool on a cooling rack and enjoy!
I like to start with some type of hot hors d’oeuvres. One that everyone raves about is stuffed mushrooms. One pound of mushrooms, you can use white but I like baby portabellas if they are available. Begin by heating vegetables in olive oil, add crumbled tempeh. Cook until vegetables are soft and tempeh is browned. Mix into the bread crumbs. Add broth slowly until mixture is moist but definitely not wet. This is very important. If the mixture is soggy, the mushrooms will be too.
The fall and winter holiday season is my favorite time of year. Everyone seems a bit nicer, the weather is cooler, and you take time to see family and friends. If you love food it can also be a nice excuse to “pig out” on your favorite treats that you only see around the holidays. This doesn’t have to mean you add inches to your waistline and harm your health. Never fear, what most people don’t realize is that the holidays don’t have to be unhealthy.
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