"A delicious butter cookie with a creamy coconut filling." — Debbie Rowe
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1 (3 ounce) package
cream cheese, softened
semisweet chocolate chips
These cookies were very rich and very good. They taste best after being refrigerated. Very fancy looking too. I plan to make these for Christmas presents. I think that next time, I will decrease the sugar in the filling and topping- they were a little too sweet. Everyone loved them!
The butter cookie, which is the base of this cookie, is terrible. Nobody liked it. I rated this 2 stars because the filling is very good and the cookies are beautiful. But the recipe did not come close to making 4 dozen as it claims. I only made 16 cookies with my dough and they were 1 inch balls as directed in the directions. My husband said these cookies were only good for one thing....to use skeet shooting. As gorgeous as they look, nobody wanted to eat them.
Very rich, very tasty and rather finicky to make but completely worth it for the annual Christmas baking. A tip - be sure to make the butter cookies small, if you don't get 4 dozen they're too big and will end up being too sweet. As small bite sized treats though they are perfection!
Worked loved these!
These cookies were the crowning achievement in my Christmas cookie tray this year -- worked beautifully!
These are excellent - everyone raves when I make them.
Everyone loves this recipe. My friend requests it for her birthday every year.
Yummy, different, great for Christmas! Since my husband doesn't like nuts, I just doubled the coconut and they turned out great!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
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Serving Size: 1/24 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 24
Amount Per Serving
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