Coconut Pecan Cookies
Total TimePrep: 30 min. Bake: 10 min. + cooling
There were a lot of steps, and the only coconut tasting part was the icing. Without the icing, it tasted like a normal chocolate chip cookie.
These are good cookies, but the long ingredient list and amount of time to prep means I probably won't be making them again
The frosting recipe calls for an egg, slightly beaten. It needs to be corrected to say egg yolk. When I followed the recipe the egg white started to actually cook in the mixture, messing up the whole thing. Im surprised nobody mentioned that in their reviews. Please proof-read recipes when putting them out there, one mistake can mess up a whole recipe.
I just made these. Absolutely delicious!
These cookies are wonderful! If you like coconut, you will love these! I made them according to the directions, I baked for 10 minutes, cookies were soft & chewy. The frosting I felt was a little scant, would probably 1 1/2 or double recipe next time...and might try brown sugar in the frosting next time. But truly a hit in my book, will definately become a favorite at family gatherings!
Excellent! Love the topping with a bit of crunch in the cookie. Made these for a cookie exchange and they were a hit.
Was disappointed with this - was expecting more of a German chocolate taste - and the only taste of that is the coconut icing - otherwise it's like a chocolate chip cookie - Had trouble with the chocolate drizzle - had to add a small amount of butter to get it to actually drizzle
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sooo good! rich and chewy, I'm making them for my cookie exchange this year. Make sure you read the ingredients amounts very carefully I almost used a hole can of milk(8oz), other than that I did everything the same. I see why they are a blue ribbin winner. Love them thanks