This coconut maca macaroon recipe is a quick and delicious sugar-free, ketogenic dessert made with shredded coconut, maca, and vanilla.
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Easy Keto Maca Macaroon Recipe
These bite sized delights are the perfect combination of sweet and salty rolled into one little ball. Each piece delivers a good dose of healthy fats, a bit of protein and the medicinal benefits of maca powder.
I think they would make a nice snack to pack into a kids lunch (or your own!) or serve as an after school snack to boost energy and nourish the brain.
These coconut maca balls may also serve useful post-workout as maca can facilitate the healing of muscles and reinvigorate the body’s systems after a stressful period.
Whip these up in no time!
They take only about 10 minutes to make, including prep time to clean up.
I know these coconut macaroons are also very good with 100% cacao melted and then drizzled over them!
Keeping it Ketogenic
If you do not have goals that involve specific ketogenic macronutrient ratios feel free to substitute 2 tablespoons of a local, raw honey in place of the no calorie sweeteners.
Raw Coconut Maca Macaroons (Raw Vegan, Low-Carb, Paleo, Gluten-Free)
- Food process coconut and nuts together to achieve a fine crumbly mixture.
- Add remaining ingredients and combine until smooth. Add sweetener of choice until the mixture tastes good to you.
- Form into tablespoon sized balls, press gently into the palm of your hand.
- Chill in the fridge before serving.