Recipe by LG Burnett
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1 1/4 cups
2 1/2 cups
1 1/2 cups
These are the most delicious cookies I have ever made or tasted! Kind of a cross between cookie and candy. They are chewy, toasty, sweet, crunchy, and oh so wonderful! If you love coconut you will love these cookies. I used a greased cookie sheet instead of buying parchment paper and it worked fine but they did stick just a little. Also, when I made the full recipe I came out with 2 dozen cookies (which fit nicely on two cookie sheets) instead of 3 dozen as suggested and they were great! The cookies would be pretty small if you made 3 dozen and maybe not as chewy (the best part!) You must try this recipe because it is so tasty and easy!
Only tried this recipe to use up egg whites & cinnamon cornflakes. It used them up, but we didn't like 'em. No, didn't use any coconut, only cornflakes. Can't see it being any better/worse with that addition. I love meringue. L O V E IT, but these weren't close eventhough the recipe seemed like it. Oh, well. Now I know. Oh, I used 3/4c sugar & it was fine.
these cookies are GREAT!!! I just used 1/2 the amount of sugar that this recipe calls for.
These are awesome! I used Splenda instead of sugar and the cornflakes I used were plain with only 2gm of sugar. My guess is, others were using sugared corn flakes so they came out too sweet. Next time I might drizzle bittersweet chocolate across them. Definitely making this again!
I didn't care for them all that much (too sweet)but the kids loved them! I also didnt have parchment paper and just put them on a greased cookie sheet. I checked them after 10 minutes to make sure they werent getting too brown on the bottom though. They were easy to make. Thanks!
These are the best macaroons I have ever made! The cereal gave them just the right crunch! Bravo!
Excellent cookie! Even the people who don't have a sweet tooth or aren't big cookie eaters absolutely loved it!!
We did use less sugar (little less than a cup) and it turned out a little on the sweet side. Will use 3/4 cup next time and we'll experiment with chocolate (drizzle/sprinkle) next time too. But even without, they were delicious and easy!! Perfect to make with kids: this time the batch was made by my 12-yr-old sister!
Would have been a 5 star if not for being way too sweet. Reduced sugar by half and it was still a little sweet.
It seems to be better the second day.. seems to be less sticky.
Experimented with a few adding mini-chocolate chips.. it was pretty good.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/18 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 18
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 26
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