Chocolate-Drizzled Coconut Cookies

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I love coconut and this recipe for chocolate-drizzled coconut cookies is one of my favorites.

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These cookies are soft and chewy and taste like a mounds bar in cookie form. I drizzle semi-sweet chocolate over them and I tend to go a little heavy on the drizzle!

I used to dip them in chocolate but found the drizzle technique to be much easier. They taste the same either way so use whatever technique works for you!

Make chocolate-drizzled coconut cookies for your next Christmas cookie exchange party or gathering. This is my go-to cookie recipe when I want something a little different.

Related: Two more cookie recipes to try… No Molasses Gingerbread Cookies and Chocolate Thin Mint Cookies.

They’re easy to make and this is one of those “impossible to mess up” type recipes! If you love coconut or just want to make something a little different, give this cookie recipe a try.

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Chocolate-Drizzled Coconut Cookies

Course

Dessert

Prep Time

25 min.

Cook/bake time

10-15 min.

Servings

24 cookies

Here's What You'll Need

Cookie sheets
A large mixing bowl
A small microwavable bowl
Parchment paper

INGREDIENTS

1/2 cup butter softened (1 stick)
1 egg
1 teaspoon vanilla
1/2 cup white granulated sugar
1/2 cup brown sugar (packed)
1/2 teaspoon baking powder
1 1/2 cups flour
1 1/2 cups flaked coconut (I’ve used sweetened and unsweetened)
12 ounce bag of semi-sweet chocolate chips

Directions

1. In a mixing bowl, beat the egg, butter, vanilla, white and brown sugar until creamy.
2. Then mix in the flour, baking soda and flaked coconut.
Chocolate-Drizzled Coconut Cookies - dough dropped on cookie sheet
3. Drop cookie dough by the spoonful onto greased cookie sheets.
4. Bake at 350-degrees for about 10-15 minutes until slightly golden brown.
5. Let the cookies cool completely before moving to step 6.
6. In a small, microwavable bowl, fully melt the semi-sweet chocolate baking chips. Use a spoon or fork (I use a fork) and drizzle the chocolate over each cookie. If the chocolate hardens, microwave for a few more seconds..
7. Let the chocolate on the cookies set up before serving. It usually takes about 30-minutes and you can put them in the refrigerator to make the process go quicker.

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