Coconut Butter Cookies ~ EnneTy’s recipe

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Wilton 1M Nozzle design

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Using Wilton 6B tip to pipe these

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Using no. 853 nozzle

Ingredients:
Yields 2 Large tubs

250g Butter
130g Sugar – use icing sugar for melt in texture or castor sugar for crunchy texture.
1 egg
1 Tbsp Vanilla extract
300g Plain flour
60g Corn starch + 20g custard powder (If do not like custard powder, just use 80g of corn starch)
50g Coconut powder
1/2 tsp Salt

Method:
1. Beat butter and sugar. Use low speed to beat for 30 seconds before turning to high speed for about 4 mins then add in the egg and vanilla and continue to beat at medium speed till well combined.
2. Add in all the sieved dry ingredients and beat at low speed for approximately 30 seconds. Don’t over mix. Use spatula or hand to knead until fully incorporated.
3. Pipe out desired design on to ungreased baking pan.
4. Bake at 160C for 25-30 minutes or till golden brown.
5. Cool completely on rack before storing in air tight containers.

Variation: Use Pandan flavored coconut powder for that extra fragrance.
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This is the pandan variation

This is the pandan variation

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10 Comments »

  1. joyce said

    Hi I love yr recipes n clear instructions. I tried this but find it hard to pipe out design using piping bag and it burst. How do u pipe so nicely?

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    • jeannietay said

      You need to beat your butter/sugar longer, say 2-3 minutes. Try to time yourself, I did. From the time of beating the butter/sugar till mixing the rest of the ingredients, should take you 5-6 minutes. That’s including the time to scrap down the butter half way through beating.:P Hope it helps.

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  2. Wendy said

    Hi Jeannie. such beautiful piping! I particularly love the wreath design – may i know which tip you use pls?

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    • jeannietay said

      Hi Wendy, that is Wilton 1M tip.

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  3. Hi I was wondering if its 1 tbsp or 1 tsp of vanilla extract, cos 1 tbsp seems excessive.

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    • jeannietay said

      It’s 1 tablespoon but you can add only a tsp if you wish.

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  4. Li Leng said

    hi I only hv coconut oil instead of powder…any recommendation what is the replacement ratio?

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    • jeannietay said

      replace the vanilla extract with the oil.

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  5. Linling said

    Hi Jeannie,

    may I know what butter did u use for this recipe? thank you

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    • jeannietay said

      a french butter petit normand

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