Coconut cookies, that easy

Coconut cookies

There are few pastry recipes as rich, easy and long-lasting as coconut cookies, a sweet that the little ones will love, very suitable for Christmas, and that has the advantage of being healthier because it is made at home.

As a general rule the coconut children tend to like it a lot and, although dehydrated, it is quite juicy, so we should not fear that we will have some dry and hard cookies.

The process of making delicious coconut cookies is very easy. We will only have to mix the eggs, sugar, flour, coco and a pinch of salt. Then we will take it to the oven and that's it. Let the children help you mix the ingredients and shape the cookies so that they will enjoy them more when they eat them. But, let's go into details now, we are going to show you how they are prepared….

Coconut cookies, that easy
Some very rich and easy to prepare cookies
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Kitchen: Traditional
Recipe type: Breakfast
Rations: 20
Preparation time: 
Cooking time: 
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Ingredients
  • 125 gr. grated dehydrated coconut
  • 100 gr. sugar
  • 40 gr. Of flour
  • 2 eggs
  • a pinch of salt
Preparation
  1. First we will beat the eggs vigorously together with the sugar until we obtain a whitish mass.
  2. Next we will add the sifted flour.
  3. Now we will add the dehydrated coconut and the salt and we will mix the whole set well until we get a homogeneous paste.
  4. At this point, we will preheat the oven to 180º C. While it is heating, we will place a baking paper on a baking tray and we will make small mounds with the dough using a couple of spoons. Remember that you do not have to put them too close together, since during cooking they expand, acquiring the final shape of a biscuit, and they could stick together.
  5. We will bake for approximately 15 minutes, after which our cookies will be ready.
  6. I must say that they are so good that they are finished soon, but they keep well for days in one of those metal boxes where the Danish cookies that we buy at the supermarket come from.
Nutritional information per serving
Calories: 70

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  1.   Lu Marina said

    when do I put the salt?

    1.    Angela Villarejo said

      You have to put the salt next to the mixture :)

  2.   Blue Cabrera said

    I had to make healthy cookies for my brother, thank you.

    1.    Maria said

      Very rich

      1.    ascen jimenez said

        Thanks Maria

  3.   Englishman said

    Hello, could you tell me if I can make them with natural coconut without dehydrating? Thanks

  4.   Englishman said

    Excuse me, I also want to know how many cookies come out?

    1.    natalia sarmiento said

      they come out like about 20 and how are you anglik

  5.   fabianacabrera said

    Hello it goes with self-rising flour

  6.   Petri said

    I'm going to make them today super easy recipe

    1.    ascen jimenez said

      I hope you like them!