Sure to please the chocolate and coconut lovers in your family, these cookies are easy to make and require no baking. Created by Diana A. Morrison of Long Beach, CA.
THESE ARE A FEW OF MY FAVORITE THINGS
by S. Susan
, TAMPA, FL on Feb. 2006
TRUFFLES, CHOCOLATE, COCONUT AND ALMOND. VERY EASY DELECTABLE DESSERT. WAFERS WEREN'T HARD TO MAKE EITHER (JUST KIDD'N)
Good but messy
by C. Calli
, Maynardville, TN on Dec. 2005
I'm going to a cookie-swap party so I decided to try some different recipes, this one caught my eye. They turned out really good and look just like the picture. The preparation was very messy and forming them into balls got messy too. I had a hard time getting coconut to cover the balls like I wanted so I took about 3 Tbs. of the corn syrup put it in a small bowl and rolled them in that, it really helped the coconut cover the entire ball.
Chocolate-Coconut-Almond Truffle Cookies
by S. Shirley
, ABERDEEN, WA on Aug. 2005
Out neighborhood had a National Night Out Block Party last night and I took these cookies, they were the hit of the party. I must have given out the recipe 20 times.
Coconut-Almond Truffle Cookies
by T. Theresa
, OSWEGO, NY on Feb. 2005
Coconut is my favorite, so I love it no matter what! These were a great treat.
Valentine's Day Gifts
by R. RITA
, BLOOMINGDALE, OH on Feb. 2005
When I saw this recipe I knew it would be fantastic. Made a trial batch since I was thinking of giving them as a gift to the neighbors. They are so easy, so good and so all gone. When I told one neighbor that this was what I was going to make for Valentine's Day and send to the neighbors with the Grandkids, she said "That's good by me. You know where the house is." This is a real winner.
Makes for a nice gift!
by S. Stacy
, Ellington, CT on Dec. 2004
I made one batch of these cookies and I have enough to pass out as gifts to my neighbors! Very easy to make. If you like coconut you'll like these cookies!
by A. Audrey
, Ladysmith, WI on Nov. 2004
The chocolate and the coconut is a good duo in these cookies.
Even Kids Can Do!
by H. Heidi
, LaPlace, LA on Oct. 2004
This is a "cooking" project you can do with your kids! These little tasties are so good, you'll make it one of your regular family recipes.
These are great
by A. Anisah
, on Sep. 2004
These cookies give the appearance that they are kinda difficult to make but they couldn't be easier. The coconut, almond and chocolate combination is a real winner. Thank you Diana for submitting this awesome recipe!!!
Starting Christmas Baking
by J. Jeri
, Tenino, WA on Jul. 2004
I am trying recipes for Christmas baking and wanted to see how this one would go over. It is a beautiful little truffle, very, very tasty and a fantastic presentation. This is definitely going to be part of my gift giving goodies for the holidays. Thanks to the contributor for a wonderful, beautiful goodie. An A+++ recipe!
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