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Selina's Coconut Thumbprint Cookies

Selina's Coconut Thumbprint Cookies

December means holidays, and holidays means cookies! If you want to try something other than a sugar cookie, these delicious and coconutty thumbprint cookies are a crowd pleaser!


✿  3/4 Cup Softened Unsalted Butter

✿ ½ cup Granulated Sugar

✿ 1 Egg yolk

✿ 1 teaspoon Vanilla Extract

✿ 1 ¾ cup All Purpose Flour

✿ 1/2 to 1 cup Coconut Flakes (to taste)

✿ Any jam of your choice



✿ Preheat the oven to 350°F.

✿ Beat butter and granulated sugar until fluffy.

✿ Add in the egg yolk and vanilla extract and mix well.

✿ Add in flour and mix.

✿ Add Coconut flakes until you reach your desired texture - some like more or less so follow your heart!

✿ Roll dough into about 1-2 inch balls until you run out of dough.

✿ Place the balls on the baking sheet, leaving a 2-inch space between them.

✿ Bake for 5 minutes before using the back of a small spoon to press an indent into the center of each cookie.

✿ Bake the cookies in the oven for 9-10 minutes until the bottom of the cookies is golden.

✿ Cool the cookies on a rack before adding your jam of choice (I like to do strawberry or peach!).

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