May 5, 2014


Macaroons for School Baon

I won a box of macaroons from Red Ribbon, right?

My sister and I do this everytime I went home to Nueva Ecija and brought some of it Bulacan. Mommy and my other colleague used to knock on my room and ransack the macaroons.

The other week, I tried to make it  for Matt’s school baon.

Dessicated coconut, baking powder, flour sugar, egg, vanilla, butter, condensed milk

1 cup butter, melted
250 grams desiccated coconut
½ cup white sugar
½ cup flour
2 tsp baking powder
2 eggs
2 tbsp vanilla extract
½ cup condensed milk

Here’s how to do it:
In a bowl, mix butter, condensed milk, vanilla, and sugar. Add one by one the eggs followed by flour and baking powder. Little by little add dessicated coconut and mix well.

Before placing in oven toaster

Form into balls about 1 tbsp of the mixture and lined it in a grease pan. Place in an oven toaster and cook for about ten minutes or until top turned brown or toasted. Let it cool.

Finished Product
Remove from the pan and place in an airtight container and place in the fridge.

This can be a perfect homemade baon for your kids.
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  1. My sister just bought macaroons the other day. A lot of macaroon on the house yow! Haha

  2. Thanks for sharing this delicious recipe. Sarap ng macaroons:)

  3. They look yummy! Oven toaster is okay pala for baking?

  4. Naku, need ko na talaga buy ng oven. Lalong dumadami yung mga list ng mga like kong i-bake, haha! Thanks, Daddy A, for sharing another of your yummy recipes. Perfect for baon nga! :-)

  5. It looks really yummy. Have yet to do baking in a while.

  6. wow. kaya sa over toaster! hmm. ma-try nga!

  7. Sure thing Matt loved his baon for that day...

  8. Macaroons have got to be one of my most favorite snacks. Iba pala itsura nya pag sa toaster oven no? But I'm pretty sure they taste just as yummy!