Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Coconut Cookies (Serbian = Кифлице са кокосом)

Here is another recipe from home. This one is from my mom. I don't make too many sweets, so I have to borrow her recipes every once in a while to maintain the balance on my blog. I noticed that people tend to view deserts more than other food. Coconut cookies take moments to make, and will be very popular among all your guests that are not allergic to coconut.


250 g unsalted butter or margarine
200g coconut flour
8 tbsp sugar

1 egg

300g flour

powder sugar

Use a mixer to mix softened butter with sugar. Add coconut flour, then eggs then flour and continue to mix. When the dough is uniformly mixed, form small croissants with your hands and place them onto the silicone foil or a pregreased cookie sheet.

Bake at 350F. Take out as soon as they start to change color on the ends. Roll them in powdered sugar and serve.

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Silicone baking sheets are very convenient for baking cookies. No oil needed! I especially like it because you don't have to worry about rusting or scratching it.


  1. Nice! I'm going to try to make some of these for my next backpacking trip in the Sierras this summer. Tastes good and lots of calories for hiking 8 hours a day with 40 Lb. pack.

  2. My mom makes the same cookies...:)

  3. I like those. They remind me of Serbia vanilice. You should cover those as well.

  4. Hi Social Nook,

    I do have vanilice. Check them out:

    But vanilice don't have any coconut in them.