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Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies

I know some of you aren’t big fans of coconut, but I love the flavor — especially when paired with chocolate. The cookies are a great combination of soft and chewy, like a mix between macaroons and chocolate chip cookies. The recipe calls for shredded unsweetened coconut so that the coconut flavor shines through and isn’t masked by too much sweetness. (I used the product from Bob’s Red Mill.) Continue reading “Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies” » … Read the referenced recipe here: Coconut Chocolate Chip Cookies

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Chocolate Florentine Cookies

There are a number of cookies that I try not to make too often. This is not because they are difficult or time-consuming, but because they get consumed way too fast in our household! Florentines fall into this category. These nutty, toffee-like cookies sandwiched with a layer of dark chocolate are basically everything my partner and I look for in a cookie. Thus, they disappear like magic once made. A total danger for our waistline. Continue reading “Chocolate Florentine Cookies” » … Read the referenced recipe here: Chocolate Florentine Cookies

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German Chocolate Sheet Cake With Coconut-Pecan Frosting

Let’s be honest. The thing that unites those of us who love German Chocolate Cake is our deep appreciation for the coconut pecan frosting. Essentially, this frosting is a thick, butterscotch custard with tons of shredded coconut and pecans folded in. It’s what that makes this cake so delicious and unique. Continue reading “German Chocolate Sheet Cake With Coconut-Pecan Frosting” » … Read the referenced recipe here: German Chocolate Sheet Cake With Coconut-Pecan Frosting

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