That’s a long title for a cookie that only has 6 ingredients. These are chocolatey and moist. The coconut makes them extra special. I used mini chocolate chips and I think they work better in this cookie than regular chocolate chips, although you can substitute if you need.
This salad was perfect with the Hawaiian Grilled Chicken. It’s full of pineapple, green onions, macadamia nuts, bacon…Yum! I found the recipe on Bethany’s blog, For the Love of Grub. I made the salad on Saturday, so we could eat it Sunday after church. I mixed the dressing up, but did not add it until right before serving. [Read more…] about Tropical Salad
These just might be the best cookies I’ve ever made, especially when they are warm out of the oven. Used wisely, they just might get you whatever you want 😉 They are a delicious adaptation of a cookie called My Man’s Cookies from the Vanguards Cookbook my sister-in-law gave me.
Need to satisfy a sweet tooth? This is your cake. The coconut flavor is subtle, so even those who don’t like coconut will probably like it, especially if you don’t call it “coconut cake”. I seem to be on a coconut kick lately. I’m not sure what prompted it, but it’s been a yummy ride so far.
Unless someone told you (like I’m about to do) that these cookies don’t have any coconut in them, you’d never know it. Why make coconut cookies without coconut? I have no idea, except they are easy and good and the ingredients are kind of novel, in a 70s way.