By Deantini on October 19, 2009
Photo by momaphet
Photo by momaphet
"These cookie slices were my absolute favorites growing up in Denmark. They are simple but yet so delicious, especially if you are a sweetened coconut fan. This is an old family recipe. I have tried to search the origin but it goes back hundreds of years literally. I have done my best to convert recipe into cups/tablespoons but if you have a scale I recommend that you weigh the ingredients instead of using the other measures. The cookies freeze well. The dough is quite fragile and I recommend that you cool it for 10 to 15 minutes in the refrigerator before rolling it out."
Serving Size: 1 (17 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 30
"What a terrific cookie. We loved them, crisp and full of butter and coconut flavor. These cookies were quick and easy to make, with great results. The texture of these cookies is perfect. The added icing is bonus. I found the dough easy to work with. This recipe reminds me of my favorite Swedish Butter cookies. Thank you for sharing this delicious treat Deantini. Made for Best of 2013."
"Calling all coconut lovers! Even though I had difficulty with crumbly dough the outcome is superb! Think my butter was too cold for initial mixing. I own two different types of cookie sheets and had better results with darker one. These are so good that it reminds me of why I do not bake cookies often--I just cannot stop eating them. The bottoms are perfect too. Thank you Deantini!"
"These are for a gift box but I had DH sample and rate a sacrificial cookie and he thought that I should give him half of the batch "to keep testing". He presented 5 fingers with a smile and another cookie stolen cookie in his face! As picky as this man is they have to be keepers! :D"
"I love coconut and these were a treat! They were chewy at first, crisp the next day, and then chewy again. For the glaze I mixed the xxx sugar with coconut cream and then topped them with toasted coconut. They were a bit difficult to roll at first, what worked was rolling them on my silicone mat, and then using parchment on top, then it was a breeze. Mine weren't nice and even after cutting but that doesn't affect the taste :) Made for Best of 2013 Tag"