Tuesday Recipes – Cocoa Coco-Roons


25. June 2013 by Swiss

These were one of my favorite finds in the U.S.:


And these:


I may or may not have shed a tear when I did not find them anymore in the end and couldn’t take some of them home 😦

Thanks to my label addiction – I study every label for a felt hour – I knew what they consist of. So I started the experiment to whip up my own. They did turn out really good, especially with the addition of some RAW COCOA POWDER – some chocolate flavor just always is a winner, am I right?

Homemade Cocoa Coco-Roons

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2 tbsp Almond Butter

2 tbsp Coconut Oil

3 scoops Protein Powder (you can switch this up with almond flour, oat flour or oatbran!!)

3 tsp cocoa powder

Your choice of sweetener: 4 packets of Stevia or 1 tbsp Maple syrup, or 1 tbsp honey, or 4 pitted and mashed medjool dates

Grated Coconut or Cocoa Powder


Put Coconut Oil (not melted!), Sweetener and Almond Butter in a bowl; mix well

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Mix Protein Powder (or your choice of flour) and Cocoa Powder

Add dry ingredients to wet ingredients and mash well together. You can also mix it in a blender, I stirred it with a spoon manually.

Mix until it turns into a sticky batter.

Form Macaroons and roll in grated coconut or cocoa powder.

Put in the freezer – they will harden and taste even better!!

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They taste as good as dessert and also suit perfectly as a healthy, natural snack.


This will be linked up on Kierston’s page for #RECIPEFRIDAY. make sure you check in there, loads of great recipes to find!!

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Ever tried the Coco-Roons, or Emmy’s Macaroons? Did you like them as much as I do?

What was your last dessert you enjoyed?



26 thoughts on “Tuesday Recipes – Cocoa Coco-Roons

  1. Jessie says:

    These little babies sound great. I’m not quite sure I’d have the willpower to not eat the whole bowl before rolling them into balls & freezing them πŸ™‚

  2. Danielle says:

    These look delicious Lucie! I love both those brands but could only ever find them in New York. I love Hail Merry macaroons! So delicious

  3. Can we still be friends if I admit that I haven’t ever eaten a macaroon? I blame it on the fact that I’ve never been a fan of shredded coconut… but I really do love all the ingredients you used in these, so I think I might have to come over and steal one [read: I’d really just love to visit you πŸ˜‰ ]

    • Oh yes, please come!! They are waiting for you in the fridge πŸ™‚ and I’ll be happy to make one for you covered with Chocolate Powder instead of shredded coconut.

  4. kepotts says:

    Yum, yum, yum! I made something very similar last week & have really been enjoying them as a sweet treat! Happy Tuesday!

  5. Oh, these look awesome! I might have to whip up a batch of these for afternoon snacks at work.

  6. Lisa says:

    Um, these looks incredible! I need to try them out asap!

  7. These sound awesome and SO easy to make…a double win!

  8. […] Coco Roons. I LOVED them. I was looking for them desperately, but nope. That’s why I hadΒ to make my own…. […]

  9. OMG emmy’s became my personal treat when i was traveling!! thanks for the recipe, love seeing how to make these at home

  10. […] Remember these babies from Tuesday’s post? […]

  11. These look delish! Yum!

    Thanks for linking up to #RECIPEFRIDAY πŸ™‚

  12. Jordyn says:

    These look fantastic! Great idea!! How many does this recipe make?

  13. Cathy says:

    These sound wonderful and easy to make….my question is
    How much is a SCOOP??? (for the protein powder/oat flour)

  14. […] flying around at the moment – the two which inspired me to get creative were Lucie’s Cocoa Coco-Roons and Nicky’s Coconut Bounce Balls. For this recipe, I wanted coconut and vanilla to be the […]

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