The coconut and nut combination give these Island Cookies a tropical flavor! Great for picnics and entertaining, too.
by C. CAROLANN
, Hiram, OH on Aug. 2010
a great twist on an old favorite!
by J. Jennifer
, Somersworth, NH on Jul. 2010
These were a wonderful twist on a regular chocolate chip cookie. Even my son who kept saying he didn't like coconut couldn't stop eating them. The 1st batch I made I used the toasted coconut but you really couldn't taste the coconut so I added 1/2 cup of untoasted coconut and it tasted so much better. My son says these are now his favorite cookies.
by S. Sue
, Pittsburgh, PA on Jul. 2010
delicious coconut cookie--a nice change of pace--
cannot eat just one!
by a. anthony
, , tinley park,il on Jun. 2010
these cookies were excellent.I went with the premier white chip morsels, toasted the coconut and used crushed walnuts, also toasted. Perfect combination.
Best cookies ever
by D. Diane
, Albuquerque, NM on Aug. 2009
These cookies are so scrumptious! I don't think my family can leave a cookie on the plate when I bake them. They have the perfect cookie consistency. A must try!
by r. rikki
, Cookeville, TN on Aug. 2009
upon aging , my doctor says "more fiber ! more fiber !" and this is an excellant sourse & taste yummy too !!!
Wonderful weekend treat cookies!
by E. E
, Newcastle, WA on Aug. 2009
This were super easy to make with my seven year old!! They are a simple twist on a traditional chocolate chip cookie that make a sophisticated treat. Given the ease of making and the outcome, they should be a weekend tradition! Great cookie.
Yummy for your tummy !!
by J. J
, ZEBULON, NC on Aug. 2009
Nuts, chocolate and coconut... what could be a better combination... and so easy to make !!!!!
Island Cookies - Yumm O
by R. Ramona
, Barlow, KY on Aug. 2009
These are sooo good. The coconut just sets them apart from the rest. A wonderful combination.
Scrumptious Island Cookies
by I. IDA
, Landing, NJ on Jul. 2009
It was a rainy day today and I had a copy of the Island Cookie recipe handy, was lucky to have all the ingredients in my pantry and decided to make a double batch. All I can say is"WOW"! The toasted coconut is one ingredient that gave this cookie recipe that Island flavor. I also used macadamia nuts which I toasted slightly to give it a tropical taste. They were a hit with my husband and even a bigger hit my next door neighbor's children. Making a double batch was my good idea for the day.
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