TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Michelle’s Maccs, Gourmet Coconut Macaroons

[1] Michelle’s Maccs in Orange Zest (both photos © Michelle’s Maccs). [2] Michelle’s Maccs in Espresso.   If your idea of a heavenly bite is a coconut macaroon, we’ve discovered the best: Michelle’s Maccs, tender coconut macaroons dipped in chocolate—dark, milk or white, depending on the coconut flavor. And the flavors: ooh la la, magnifique (or should that be Maccnifique?). […]

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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: Emmy’s Organic Coconut Cookies

[1] Emmy’s Organics cookies are made with shredded coconut. They’re macaroon-style treats in different flavors (photo courtesy Emmy’s Organics). [2] Each chewy cookie is delicious on its own or with a beverage (photo courtesy The Balanced Beet). [3] How can you resist? Head to Walmart, use the store locator or order online.   THE NIBBLE is an omnivore publican. We […]

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PRODUCTS OF THE WEEK: Chocolate Poppers, Coconut Sparkling Water, Ice Cream Mochi

This week’s favorites, in alphabetical order:   BUBBIES: MOCHI ICE CREAM IN HOLIDAY FLAVORS We love mochi, a Japanese sweet treat consisting of a round pouch of rice dough, traditionally filled with red beans or other paste. In the U.S., ice cream often replaces the red beans. If you’re not familiar with mochi (MOE-chee), here’s the scoop. This year, Bubbie’s, […]

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TOP PICK OF THE WEEK: The Best Coconut Yogurt, From The Coconut Collaborative

[1] One of four flavors of yogurt from The Coconut Collaborative (photo courtesy The Coconut Collaborative). [2] Dessert pots in Lemon Ganache (above) or Chocolate Ganache (next photo) pack a lot of flavor into a small but satisfying size (photo courtesy The Coconut Collaborative | Facebook). [3] The Chocolate Ganache pot (photo courtesy Flicking The Vs). [4] The company calls […]

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PRODUCT: Easy Coconut Macaroon Mix For Passover

Macaroons are a delicious cookie year-round. The originals were invented by Italian monks from ground almonds. The name derives from the Italian maccherone. Italian Jews adopted the cookie for eight-day observation of Passover, because it was free of restricted ingredients like flour and leavening. The macaroon was introduced to other European Jews and became popular as a year-round sweet. Over […]

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