Learn how your comment data is processed. Thanks for teaching me something new. Thanks for the tried and true recipe. For this post, think about the biscuits from Europe and other parts of the world. I am so glad you loved the cookies. Liz, http://nomnomdelicious.com/2014/08/coconut-vanilla-balls.html, Thanks. I use the below unless specified in my recipes. Change ). I love coconut! All Rights Reserved. Hosting fewer guests this holiday season due to the coronavirus pandemic? ». Now I gave to ask, why do we call them cookies? Weird name when you think about it! There are several different types of biscuits. I hope you’ll like it! Our fall-focused indoor and outdoor decorating ideas are guaranteed ways to make the perfect first impression when family and friends come calling on Thanksgiving—or any day during the season. Place in oven and cook for 12 – 15 minutes until coconut biscuits are golden brown. Wide Spatula: to remove cookies from the tray once baked. Liz. Dipped the bottoms in dark chocolate delicious not too sweet absolute perfection! Liz. Cut dough into 40 small rectangles (about 1 1/4-by-2 1/2 inches each) using a sharp knife. The cookies were wonderful. Links are allowed when clear credit is given to myfavourite pastime.com with appropriate and specific direction to the original content. I will be able to get so much more done with just the one, even if he is my whiny boy! I wish you a lovely week! Squish balls down with a fork or slightly damp fingers. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. That is a great idea. ( Log Out /  Coconut is not my thing, but I had to check it out because you do such wonderful things. Simply measure, mix, roll, squish, and bake, that's it! I hope you’ll like Edy’s recipe. This is what the final mixture looks like. Enjoy your weekend! Liz, Yes it’s a costal place hence lots of coconuts and thus the coconut busicuits, Oh I love the coast. My suggestion is to go for it, but make a batch as per the original recipe first. © Copyright 2020 Meredith Corporation. They two boys started yesterday! I made these with my 3 year old grandson. Thanks Dave! I wish you a great week! LOL. You should have everything already in your kitchen. Liz, Coconut biscuits wow bet it would have tasted heavenly. Liz. My guess is you probably made them quite thick (5mm or more). The word biscuit has different meanings depending on the part of the world you live in. All the essential dishes are here, just on a smaller scale. Did you post it in your blog? Explore the best in fall perennials and start planning your autumn garden's layout. Liz. Have a great weekend! Liz. I love coconut in everything I cook. Beat butter and sugar in a medium bowl with an electric mixer . Enjoy the new week and thanks for the multitude of likes! Thanks so much for trying and loving and coming up with great ideas. Baking Paper: to line your baking tray/cookie sheet with. I am not sure why they are cakey but these are meant to be UK biscuits (not US cookies) which means you should make sure you flatten them really thin (3 mm thick). Enjoy the rest if the week. https://www.rachaelraymag.com/recipe/crunchy-coconut-cookies I love food and travel, they are my passions! School is already on? ( Log Out /  The raw sugar pairs well with the toasty flavour of the coconut. Place all ingredients into a mixing bowl. You could also use a re-useable Silpat silicone baking mat if you would prefer. They came out crispy on the outside, but a cakey texture on the inside. They loved their first day too so we’re all happy. © My Favourite Pastime 2018, unauthorized use and / or duplication of this material without written permission from the author / owner of this blog is strictly prohibited. Fantastic to hear Sue, so glad that they were a hit! Once cooked remove from tray and cool on a rack. Super crunchy, buttery, coconut biscuits. Pre-heat oven 180°C/360°F and line a baking tray with baking paper. Beat the butter and sugar in a medium bowl with an electric mixer until light and fluffy. First there was a welcome bottle of wine. Loosen while warm. Please give me the recipe for the no-bake coconut cake. Pre-heat oven to 180°C (360°F) and line a baking tray with baking paper/parchment paper. I love a crunchy coconut biscuit/cookie. They look great. Roll coconut biscuit dough into roughly 2cm (3/4 inch) round balls and place on a baking tray. I wish you a fabulous week! I’m particularly fond of coconut in any form, except as a coating on shrimp! Liz. Set aside to cool slightly. On the last day I got an extra large chocolate on my pillow. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Roll coconut biscuit dough into roughly 2cm (3/4 inch) round balls and place on a baking tray. Cheers, Sara, These look really crunchy and delicious. We nibbled them for about two days, then they were gone! Liz. I am so glad you made them. I don’t understand how they lasted 2 days? Ok, I made these yesterday!!! As per your recipe, they were a big hit with the family. Once cooked remove from tray and cool on a rack. Reminds me of a time I went to South Africa (Johannesburg) for a meeting. The rest I covered in melted dark chocolate. Only one left. Have a great week ahead. Place in oven and cook for 12 – 15 minutes until coconut biscuits are golden brown. I haven’t tried my hand at making biscuits yet, but that’ll hopefully change soon! Bake at 425°F (220°C) about 12 minutes or until lightly browned. If biscuits are hard or crisp cookies (the American word), what do you call their soft, chewy equivalent? Stir in sifted flour and coconut in two batches. Thanks for the share. Because reducing the sugar and butter in this recipe will change the recipe and your coconut biscuits will not turn out as I have intended them to. In regard to cooling racks, I have stackable ones. Squish balls down with a fork or slightly damp fingers. Mine are not going back to school until September 2nd. The soft chewy equivalents are cookies…LOL Have a great day! Hi Mama D, Thank you, Swati. Cool on wire racks. Liz. I also love photography and nature. Liz, You are right – biscuits means something totally different to me , These reminds me of biscuits I use to eat in Pondicherry when I was a child…thanks for the recipe…will try soon…, Hi,

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