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Pineapple Coconut Cookies

Pineapple Coconut Cookies created by Kitty Kat Cook

It's that time of the year again, when your kitchen smells like fresh-baked cookies all season long. When there is pineapple and coconut involved, you know it's good. These are my favorite. I originally got the recipe from foodnework.com but I made a few changes. And a batch goes a long way (you'll like that) ;) Enjoy!

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2hrs 17mins
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directions

  • Soften butter at room temperature.
  • Preheat oven to 400 degrees F.
  • Shred pineapple chunks into smaller bits.
  • Cream butter and sugar until smooth.
  • Add eggs 1 at a time until mixture is fluffy.
  • Beat in coconut extract.
  • Add water.
  • Add the pineapple and coconut.
  • In a separate bowl sift together the flour, baking soda and salt.
  • Stir the flour mixture into the butter mixture.
  • Form cookie dough into a ball and wrap in plastic.
  • Chill for 2 hours.
  • Roll dough into by the 1/4 into balls.
  • Lightly flatten top.
  • Lay balls an inch apart and bake for 7 minutes.
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"It's that time of the year again, when your kitchen smells like fresh-baked cookies all season long. When there is pineapple and coconut involved, you know it's good. These are my favorite. I originally got the recipe from foodnework.com but I made a few changes. And a batch goes a long way (you'll like that) ;) Enjoy!"
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  1. Tina L.
    Very good cookie. I had to alter things a bit since I didn't have coconut extract on hand. I replaced it with vanilla and added a shake of allspice. The dough was too sticky to form a ball, so I added a few spoonfuls of flour. I honestly couldn't figure out what 'Roll dough into by the 1/4 into balls' was trying to convey, but even after refrigeration, the dough was too soft to form balls. I put them on the sheet as drop cookies, so reduced the oven temp to 375. Overall it's a great cookie. Next time I'm going to substitute juice from the pineapple for the water as I'd like them a bit fruitier.
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  2. Tina L.
    Very good cookie. I had to alter things a bit since I didn't have coconut extract on hand. I replaced it with vanilla and added a shake of allspice. The dough was too sticky to form a ball, so I added a few spoonfuls of flour. I honestly couldn't figure out what 'Roll dough into by the 1/4 into balls' was trying to convey, but even after refrigeration, the dough was too soft to form balls. I put them on the sheet as drop cookies, so reduced the oven temp to 375. Overall it's a great cookie. Next time I'm going to substitute juice from the pineapple for the water as I'd like them a bit fruitier.
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  3. Shelbyville Cook
    What a wonderful cookie!! It took one half of a pineapple to carmelize and make 1/2 cup pineapple. It was a little soft so next time I will add a little bit of flour to help that. I think I will also drizzle a mix of lemon juice and powdered sugar on top to add to the tropical feel of the cookie. I will make many more of these!!
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  4. Kitty Kat Cook
    Pineapple Coconut Cookies Created by Kitty Kat Cook
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  5. Kitty Kat Cook
    It's that time of the year again, when your kitchen smells like fresh-baked cookies all season long. When there is pineapple and coconut involved, you know it's good. These are my favorite. I originally got the recipe from foodnework.com but I made a few changes. And a batch goes a long way (you'll like that) ;) Enjoy!
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