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Bite-Sized Coconut Macaroons

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┬áThere are many different ways to make a macaroon. Some are almost meringues, ethereally light with minimal amounts of coconut. Others are dense and sticky, rich with ingredients like coconut cream or sweetened condensed milk. They can be cooked until just barely firm enough to hold together or until crisp and brown on the outside, with a hint of crunch from caramelized sugar. I’m a ... Read More »

Slice and Bake Coconut Cookies

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Slice and bake cookies get their name from the fact that you simply slice the cookies off a pre-formed (and usually frozen) log of dough before baking. The supermarket cookies come packaged this way, but it’s really nothing that shouldn’t be done at home. You can make the dough well in advance, wrap it up into a log and keep it in the freezer for ... Read More »

Coconut Oatmeal Cookies

I have been wanting to make macaroons for a really long time, so I bought some shredded coconut and put it in the fridge, where it has patiently been waiting. And, as you may have guessed from the photo above, it never made it to macaroons. These are Coconut Oatmeal Cookies based on a recipe from Maida Heatter’s New Book of Great Desserts. I bought ... Read More »

bills Coconut Bread

The first time I saw this recipe it was in a newspaper article. I wasn’t too familiar with Bill Granger at the time, but clipped out the recipe because it featured coconut – and I am a big coconut fan. It took me a while to get around to baking the bread. Once I had had it, there was no going back. The bread is ... Read More »

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