Honconut Crunch Cookies

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Honey + Coconut + Chocolate + Condensed milk..... A heavenly combination.

This recipe is a cookie simple, Flour less and quick. Crunchy texture from the coconut, the sweetness from honey and homemade condensed milk is an awesome combination. Here I have used the creamy condensed milk which I had posted in my previous instructable. You can use even the stored bought ones.

Step 1: Prepare the Ingredients

Makes 4


Honey - 2 Tbsp

Butter - 1/4 Cup

Salt - 1/4 Tsp ( If using unsalted Butter)

Chocolate - 3 Squares or (1/8 Cup)

Condensed Milk - 3/4 Cup

The link to the my instructable on the homemade version of Condensed Milk is shown below.


Shredded Coconut - 1.5 Cup



Parchment Paper

Step 2: First Step

In a bowl add Honey and Butter. Mix them together to form a smooth texture.

Step 3: Second Step

In a double boiler just warm the condensed milk and chocolate together. When it has just melted take it out of the stove.

I used the microwave in this step. I kept the chocolate and condensed milk mixture in the microwave at 50% Power for 5 seconds.

Step 4: Cookie Mix

Bring the butter-honey and condensed milk- chocolate mixture together till they are combined. Add shredded coconut to it. Mix it well. The mix should not be of liquid texture. If it so add more shredded coconut to get a tight texture.

Step 5: Bake

Line the baking tray with Parchment paper. I just greased the pan and dusted it with All purpose Flour .

Add a ball size of the cookie batter on the baking sheet. Preheat the oven at 180 degree. Bake the cookie for 7 minutes till light brown. The cookies are ready. It has a crunchy texture.



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