Yield: Makes about 20 macaroons
You might be surprised how well a dark, bitter beer like stout complements sweet coconut. Melted dark chocolate helps marry the contrasting flavors.
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Make Ahead Tips
The macaroons will keep, uncovered at room temperature, for up to 3 days, or refrigerated in an airtight container for up to 3 weeks. They can also be frozen for up to 6 months.
Thank you Fine Cooking for all the delicious looking Passover recipes. Passover is the time of year that I bake like crazy and my stand mixer barely gets put away. But, I won't be baking the Chocolate Stout Macaroons for Passover because beer, like bread, is not allowed during Passover. These cookies should not be included in your Passover indexing. Of course, these yummy looking cookies would be fine for the rest of the year and for those who do not follow the Passover rules.
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