Coffee Coconut cookies


Latest bake on 19/1/2016 using nozzle 853

Recipe Adapted from Enne Ty’s recipe
Yields 2 Large tubs

250g Butter
130g Sugar – use icing sugar for melt in texture or castor sugar for crunchy texture.
1 egg
1 tsp coffee powder
300g Plain flour
80g Corn starch
50g Coconut powder
1 drop of coffee oil
1/2 tsp Salt (omit if using salted butter)

1. Beat butter and sugar. Use low speed to beat for 30 seconds before turning to high speed for about 2-3 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.

Note to self: Time the whole process from creaming butter to mixing in flour for 6 minutes only.

This is the coffee powder I used

This is the coffee powder I used


3 styles using WIlton 4B

3 styles using WIlton 4B



  1. Amelia said

    Hi Jeannie, all your cookies look so addictive. Looking at those cookies, its hard to stop eating. If got a nice cup of coffee then add extra kick to it. :))

    Have a nice day, regards.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. mchy23 said

    Hi Jeannie, is it possible to omit coconut powder?

    Liked by 1 person

    • jeannietay said

      Yes, don’t have to replace with any flour.


  3. pauline chiew said

    IIf omit coconut powder, can substitute with ground almond or ground hazelnut ?


    • jeannietay said

      if want to put almond, try the almond butter cookies. That is nice too. But I don’t have that in my blog yet.


  4. Elly said

    Hi jeannie, is it possible to omit coffee oil? Thanks😊


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