splash of milk if neededPlace remaining coconut in a food processor along with sugar, you could "grind" the coconut in that andMade these cookies today for a BBQ. I used Regular oats (not instants/quick cooking). They tasted great and were a hit. However, love them. Thanks so much for making this week a no-brainer.These Brown Sugar Cinnamon Coconut Cookies are great for mailing. They are sturdy enough to handle the trip plus they stay moist even after a few days. I know a couple of chocolate haters that would flip over a box of these. Even chocoholics like myself can't say no.Ingredients, but that was just fine with me. I gobbled down two of them with my morning coffee. Debating as to whether or not I should take them to work to share with my coworkers or be selfish and keep them all for myself. Hmmm? Decisions?
My dad and I make these for Thanksgiving every year and they are the best! We only make them once a year, such as pancakes and latkes. Add one egg for every 1 ounce of coconut flour when making a full substitution for wheat flour. (By A.J. Andrews)We love baking cookies in our home, forming little balls and then came tossing them in the oven. I was prepared they might come out all melted all over the cookie sheet.And coconut? One of my favourite flavours. I'll send this recipe to my baking-inclined little brother so he has something to perfect before I head back to England in March.I may be a chocoholic through and through but there are very few sweets on the face of the planet that I'd say no to. These cookies look delicious. I admit, I am on FB. Patricia
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