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Sorry- forgot to post info last time, was in a rush. These are perhaps some of my most sought after cookies! I bring a tupperware container to work and the first questions are if its these yummy cookies! I used the coconut and white chocolate but not the nuts- way to expensive over here! Maybe I'll grab some while I'm Hawaii and try that then. I loved this recipe and shall make it again and again! Thanks so much, Ocean!
Seriously one of the best cookies I have ever made. I followed the directions exactly. After I added the chips, nuts and coconut I mixed it well with my hands. I find this helped the dough form into balls better. DELICIOUS!!!!
Just made these tonight and they are fabulous! I used macadamia nuts and baked for exactly 10 mins and they turned out perfect. This is actually a recipe from Nestle (noticed it right on the back of the bag of white chocolate chips when cleaning up!). Thanks for posting it here - will definitely make these again! (Oh, I should add that I'm not even a huge fan of coconut and still think these are great).
What a great cookie. I only used 1/2 the amount of chips and nuts. Nice change from chocolate based.
These were pretty good! I did as other reviewers suggested and rolled the dough into little balls when I put it on the cookie sheet, and they turned out very uniform and pretty. The only changes I made were that I used 1/2 bag of white chocolate chips (6 oz.) and only 1/2 cup of macadamia nuts....wow, I'm glad I did. There's no way the dough would have been able to contain an entire bag of white chocolate chips! I baked for about 10 mins, and although they're somewhat soft, I'm hoping they'll soften up a bit after sitting in an airtight container for a while.
I had to bake 14 dozen cookies for a cookie exchange and was looking for a simple yet delicious cookie. I found it in this recipe! The first batch didn't turn out, but practice made perfect...by batch 6 I had them perfected! I found that by rolling the dough into balls first, the cookies came out rounder than the ones just spooned onto the tray (which I lined with parchment). They were a hit. Not the fanciest but better than any bought I've ever had. Worth the money spent on ingredients. Thanks for the recipe!
I found macadamias in my pantry and figured I better use them since I didn't know how long they were there! These were very good cookies but a little heavy on the white chips for me. It seemed the dough was just there to keep the white chocolate together. But my BIL ate nearly all of them!
This was a really good cookie recipe! We came home from Hawaii with 7 lbs of macadamia nuts so we are making cookies alot! These were really easy and they came out great!! Really yummy! Will be making again! Thanks for sharing!
These are a wonderful little cookie! Fast and easy to put together. I made mine small and ended up with 45 cookies. I left 6 for DH, as he really loves them. I am not a cookie person...and only make them once a year at Christmas time for my baskets. Thank you so much for sharing.
Very nice tasting cookie. My dough was a little sticky and I wish I would have added a little more flour. Maybe the humidity has something to do with it. Also I set my cookies on paper towels to cool as I didn't have a rack and the paper towels were totally grease soaked. I will try again using more flour, 1 2/3 cups to 3/4 cup butter just doesn't seem like enough.