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dough - In a bowl add cold butter, egg, sugar and mix. Add cocoa, baking powder, essence and gradually flour. Stir until a non-sticky crust results. We wrap the coca and let it cool for about 1 hour

Filling - mix the coconut with the egg white, powdered sugar, butter and mix. If necessary, add milk or cream

From the dough we break pieces, we spread a little piece of dough, after which we add 1 tablespoon of filling in the middle. We join the ends forming a cookie (like a ball). Place in a tray lined with baking paper and repeat until done. Put the tray in the oven for about 20 minutes

After they have cooled, decorate with melted chocolate


Coconut cookies

They were soft and tasty. In addition, it smells super good! Antonia didn't get to taste them because moms and dads tasted them to the last bit :)!

Other baby cookie recipes: Oatmeal and millet cookies

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Preparation:

First, we will prepare the dough for cookies. Put the egg in a bowl and add peanut butter, coconut oil, and honey with the help of a mixer we turn everything into a fine paste, without lumps. We sift through a sieve flour, proteins and the others powder ingredients remaining and add them to the dough. ingredients we mix them by hand, until we get a dough harder and let him rest a little.

In the meantime, preheat the oven to 170 ° C and we line a tray with lower edges with baking paper. Dough it we divide into 10 parts, from which we shape balls. Place the balls in the tray and flatten them slightly, giving them a cookie shape. We put the cookies in the oven and them Bake for about 10-13 minutes. The cookies can be served with a glass of milk or glazed in chocolate. Good appetite!

Nutritional valuesfor 1 cookie (10 cookies in total)
Calories131.5
proteins8 g
Carbohydrates6 g
FATS5.5 g

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Coconut cookies

They were soft and tasty. In addition, it smells super good! Antonia didn't get to taste them because moms and dads tasted them to the last bit :)!

Other baby cookie recipes: Oatmeal and millet cookies

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About me (and blog)

I am Flavia, mother, wife, daughter, friend, full-time job owner and blog author.

I've been a dynamic man since I know myself, curious, who likes challenges. And so far, I've had a few.

I started writing on noidoisibebe.ro in 2015. Things went further than I thought I could go and, in 2021, I decided it was time to make a change, noidoisibebe.ro to become flaviahirișcău.ro. I needed a space and a name to represent me as I am today.

I write honestly. I write to help, to share what I know, to give ideas and a touch of inspiration.

If you have any curiosity about me, if you want to share something with me or if you want to talk about a possible collaboration, you can find me on Instagram and Facebook or you can write to me at [email protected]

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Cookies with coconut and jam

Recipe of cookies with coconut and jam I have it from the book & # 8220Biscuits and slices & # 8221 from the Australian Women & # 8217s Weekly collection.

They are tender and delicious, and the combination of coconut and raspberry jam is a success.

Cookies with coconut and jam it is a recipe that you will repeat.


Low-carb coconut flour cookies

Even if you are not a big fan of coconut flour, I recommend you try using it in this recipe. Some cookies come out so tender that you will be captivated by their taste. The combination of coconut and lemon flavors is irresistible.

  • 100 g butter
  • 30 g Green Sugar (or other sweetener to taste)
  • 1 teaspoon grated lemon peel
  • a pinch of salt
  • 70-75 g of coconut flour

Beat the butter at room temperature together with the sweetener, salt and flavors, until a fluffy composition comes out (1-2 minutes). Add the coconut flour and knead a compact and slightly crumbly dough. If you find it too sticky, do not rush to add more flour. Let the dough cool for about a quarter of an hour. In the meantime, it will get stronger.

Take the pieces of dough the size of walnuts, shape spheres, which then flatten. The cookies do not come out with the perfect edges, but cracked, it is normal. Place the cookies on a baking sheet.

Bake for 10-12 minutes at about 160-170 degrees C. Be careful not to burn, better check every few minutes. When ready, leave to cool in the pan. Store in a tin box with a lid.

TOTAL: 210 grams, 1011.2 calories, 15.1 protein, 95.5 fat, 15.8 carbohydrates, 26.8 fiber
Source: http://calorii.oneden.com

Note: These calculations are approximate. If you follow a strict diet, I recommend you do your own calculations, starting from the concrete products used.


Coconut cookies (recipe without butter)

Coconut cookies, butter-free recipe

I can't tell you how delicate and tasty these are coconut cookies. It is a very simple recipe, and although we do not use butter, they are some of the freshest cookies made so far. Be sure to try them.

For breakfast or for any sweet break, next to coffee, tea or milk, these cookies will be loved by the whole family. Especially the little ones will love these little sweet wonders with coconut!

Yesterday I made these cookies and in the evening they were a memory, so today I make them again. Right now I'm waiting for the oven to heat up to bake them.

Coconut cookies, childhood memories

In childhood we rarely eat coconut sweets, mom can't stand it, and because of this, she didn't make us any coconut sweets. I sometimes ate the rolled cake made by my grandmother, but she didn't particularly like the rooster's flavor either, so my brother and I got used to it without this delicious taste. It wasn't until I moved into my house that I started cooking coconut dishes.

These cookies look like chocolate crinkles, my favorite cookies! On the blog you can also find the recipe for fasting biscuits with oranges and biscuits with lemon, everyone has this wonderful icing of caster sugar and powdered sugar. I invite you to try them.

The dough of these tender cookies should be soft, but at the same time well bound. When forming the cookies, they must bind well, be compact, in no case too dry. If the dough comes out too dry and you can't form the cookies, add another tablespoon of milk. If the dough is too wet, another 1 tablespoon of coconut flakes is needed.

The tenderest and most delicious coconut cookies are waiting for you to try them. A recipe for the whole family.


How to eat coconut

Even though coconut has become quite popular in our country, it is still not very well known how it is consumed. Here are the steps to follow:

  • Place the coconut on a hard surface with the holes or notches facing up. Hold the bottom of the coconut firmly with one hand or support it on a rolled cloth. With your other hand, try sticking a sharp knife into each of the three coconut holes until you pierce it. Drain the coconut water from it.
  • The outer shell of a coconut is so hard that it cannot be cut with a regular knife. To break a coconut, take a hammer and hit the knife with which you made the crack, until it cracks.
  • Then remove the core and clean it of the skin.

What is coconut water

Often confused with coconut milk, coconut water is what you hear when you take a fresh walnut and shake it. It is rich in electrolytes: potassium, calcium, sodium. The presence of electrolytes in the body is critical for the functionality of nerves and muscles, hydration and maintaining the pH level in the blood.Coconut water can be kept in the refrigerator for up to 24 hours.

Coconut milk

Coconut milk can be found in supermarkets or can be made at home. It is used in cooking various dishes and & # 8220cream & # 8221 from coconut, a fatter milk, is generally used in sweets.

Coconut oil

Coconut oil is extracted from the white walnut kernel. In tropical islands, this oil is a major source of fat. It has one of the most varied applications: in cooking, in medicine and in industries.


Recipe: Coconut cookies

Ingredients for Coconut Cookies
& # 8211 120 gr margarine or butter
& # 8211 2 eggs
& # 8211 1 sachet of vanilla sugar
& # 8211 150 gr powdered sugar
& # 8211 150 gr coconut
& # 8211 1/2 sachet baking powder
& # 8211 300 gr flour

Ingredients Coconut cookies

Ingredients for decorating Boots and Christmas bells
& # 8211 2- 3 tablespoons apricot and strawberry jam
& # 8211 colored coconut
& # 8211 1 sachet and a half gelatin for red cake
& # 8211 360 & # 8211 400 ml cherry juice or cherry compote juice
& # 8211 5 tablespoons sugar
& # 8211 little white coconut

Preparation Coconut cookies
Mix the cookie ingredients together and knead a suitable dough. From this dough, spread a sheet on a plate sprinkled with flour. Cut out the shapes you want, in my case boots and the Christmas bell.

preparation Coconut cookies

The cookies with coconut are placed in a greased tray and sprinkled with a little flour and put in the oven. Grease the tray only the first time.

Tray prepared with baking cookies

Decorating Christmas bell cookies
Grease one part without the bell with apricot jam and one part with strawberry jam. Then sprinkle colored or white coconut as desired.

Bell cookies with coconut

Decoration Cooked boots
Dissolve the red gelatin in a few tablespoons of cherry juice, and boil the rest of the juice or cherry compote juice. Add the sugar and softened gelatin and boil for 1 minute. Grease each boot with this gelatin. You need to work quickly with gelatin, because it hardens quickly. If it hardens and you can't spread it on the cookies, heat it again. Sprinkle a little coconut on the top end of the boot. Allow the cookies to dry.


Coconut cookies (recipe without butter)

Coconut cookies, butter-free recipe

I can't tell you how delicate and tasty these are coconut cookies. It is a very simple recipe, and although we do not use butter, they are some of the freshest cookies made so far. Be sure to try them.

For breakfast or for any sweet break, next to coffee, tea or milk, these cookies will be loved by the whole family. Especially the little ones will love these little sweet wonders with coconut!

Yesterday I made these cookies and in the evening they were a memory, so today I make them again. Right now I'm waiting for the oven to heat up to bake them.

Coconut cookies, childhood memories

In childhood we rarely eat coconut sweets, mom can't stand it, and because of this, she didn't make us any coconut sweets. I sometimes ate the rolled cake made by my grandmother, but she didn't particularly like the rooster's flavor either, so my brother and I got used to it without this delicious taste. It wasn't until I moved into my house that I started cooking coconut dishes.

These cookies look like chocolate crinkles, my favorite cookies! On the blog you can also find the recipe for fasting biscuits with oranges and biscuits with lemon, everyone has this wonderful icing of caster sugar and powdered sugar. I invite you to try them.

The dough of these tender cookies should be soft, but at the same time well bound. When forming the cookies, they must bind well, be compact, in no case too dry. If the dough comes out too dry and you can't form the cookies, add another tablespoon of milk. If the dough is too wet, another 1 tablespoon of coconut flakes is needed.

The tenderest and most delicious coconut cookies are waiting for you to try them. A recipe for the whole family.


Cubes rolled in coconut

Cubes rolled in coconut
As you probably know, you can also post your recipes in our recipe book. Carmen Nemeth always sends us some very appetizing recipes, available to anyone and to the liking of the whole family. Thanks Carmen, the langosi recipe has become one of the most popular recipes on the site.

This time, Carmen sent us some cubes rolled in coconut, a recipe from Hungarian cuisine where they are known as kokuszos kocka.

Recommended cubes rolled in coconut for the weekend dessert.