31 Days of Celiac Awareness – National Macaroon Day | Rachel Begun, MS, RD


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I have loved macaroons long before having to go gluten free (most recipes are naturally gluten free).  They are a traditional Passover dessert and I never felt deprived of a delicious sweet treat at the end of the Seder meal so long as macaroons were on the table.

Macaroon recipes have become popular of late.  Perhaps that is because they are naturally gluten free and awareness of the gluten free lifestyle has brought so many delicious recipes to the fore.  Here are a sampling of some of my favorite recipes from some of my favorite food bloggers…in honor of National Macaroon Day.

Elana’s Pantry- Coconut Macaroons

Simply Gluten-free- Mocha Macaroons

Living Without- Chocolate-Dipped Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free, Egg-Free Macaroons

Dish by Trish- Coconut Almond Macaroons

Gluten Free Canteen- Coconut Chocolate Chip Macaroons 

The New York Times Dining & Wine- French Almond Macaroons

Smitten Kitchen- Raspberry Coconut Macaroons

As mentioned in yesterday’s blog post, today is the last day of Celiac Awareness Month, and so concludes my 31 Days of Celiac Awareness.  I have enjoyed it so.  I will be back with a post on Monday, June 4th.

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6 Responses to 31 Days of Celiac Awareness – National Macaroon Day

  1. Lisa @ GF Canteen says:

    Rachel – what a great list for National Macaroon Day. Not only are we among great company here, but I probably could eat each one of these macaroons and never tire of them. I’m with you. Love macaroons. And thanks!

  2. Trish says:

    Thanks so much for featuring my little macaroons! I’m happy to spread the word about Celiac Awareness Month. The other recipes sound yummmy!

  3. great, thanks for sharing! There is also The Macaron Master – for those wanting to master the macaron (RON) The Macaron Master – macaron is macaroon’s cousin but they don’t look very similar!

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