Raspberry Macaroons

I am loving all the spring produce!  I picked up some raspberries to make these Raspberry Macaroons for you guys.  They are super easy to make.  Just a handful of ingredients and no cooking required!  I think this might work with other berries as well.  These Raspberry Macaroons are vegan, gluten free and also paleo approved!  If you liked my 4 ingredient macaroons, then you will love these too.  If you like healthy desserts, you may also want to check out my post about 20 healthy desserts with 5 ingredients or less.

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These take about 5 minutes to whip up.  Then you just need to let them chill in the fridge.  This recipe is also nut free for those that have kids with nut allergies.  I added chocolate chips to mine, but you can omit those if you like.  I just love the flavor combo of raspberry and chocolate.

Raspberry Macaroons

Yields 12 macaroons

Raspberry Macaroons

Just a handful of ingredients and no cooking required!

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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  1. In a food processor , combine all the ingredients except the chocolate chips. Once everything is mixed well, add the chocolate chips and pulse a few times to mix them up.
  2. Use a cookie scoop to form balls and place them onto a lined baking sheet . Stick in the fridge to chill. About 30 minutes.
  3. These should last at least a week in the fridge. You can also freeze them for much longer. Enjoy!

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  1. Is there anything you can use to substitute the ground vanilla bean with? I don’t have access to it and it’s unavailable on Amazon.

    1. You can slice open a vanilla bean and scrape out the seeds to use. You can also use vanilla extract, but since this is not cooked, you may taste the alcohol.

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