Saturday, January 25, 2014

Oatmeal Desiccated Coconut Cookies椰蓉燕麦酥饼

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I choose to bake these Oatmeal Desiccated Coconut Cookies as it has oats as part of the ingredients. It is pretty simple to shape and I love the rusty look of it. In order to make the cookies look more even I measure the dough with measurement spoon. It is alright if just scoop the dough with a spoon by agak-agak (roughly estimate).

These cookies are lightly crispy with chewy bites from the oats. Pairing between oats and desiccated coconuts taste great. Do consider baking these oatmeal desiccated coconuts cookies if you still wonder what type of cookies to bake for the upcoming Chinese New Year. Happy Baking!

Adapted with minor modification from 君之』的手工烘焙坊
Make about 100 pieces (with 1 teaspoon dough)
Oatmeal Desiccated Coconut Cookies 椰蓉燕麦酥饼
170g butter (at room temperature)
60g sugar
1 egg (Grade B)

200g all-purpose flour (replace for low-protein flour)
½ teaspoon baking powder
¼ teaspoon salt
120g old-fashioned rolled oats
50g desiccated coconut

1. Sift flour and baking powder into a bowl. Add in salt, rolled oats, desiccated coconut. Mix all together till combine and set aside.

2. Cream butter and sugar till light and fluffy. Add in egg and beat till combine.

3. Pour in dry ingredients mixture from step 1 into beaten butter in 2 batches. Mixing with spatula till all well mixed.

4. Scoop some dough with ‘1 teaspoon’ measurement spoon. Shape into ball and place on lined baking pan. Then, press lightly with a fork.

5. Bake in pre-heated oven at 170C for about 15 minutes.

I am linking this post to Bake Along event, Chinese New cookies for the month Jan 2014 organised by Frozen Wings, Bake for Happy Kids and  Kitchen Flavours.


  1. I bet this oatmeal dessicated coconut cookies r great... i love this combi! ♡ to try 1 now...:-D

  2. I cannot agree more with you... I love the country style, rustic look of your cookies as well!

  3. Hi Vivian,
    I can almost smell the fragrance from the oats and the coconuts. And these look addictive!
    Thanks for linking!
    Gong Xi Fa Chai!

  4. Hi Vivian,

    Whenever I think of Kumquat, I think of Mel. Every time I think of oats, I thought of you... hee hee! Your coconut oat cookies must be deliciously chewy with lots of coconut-y fragrance.


  5. i was thinking of making some oat cookies too earlier but now i think probably not...i also like how you shaped these cookies!

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  7. I am obsessed for anything coconut! Hehehehe.. It's a great recipe. The picture above not only look good, I bet it is delicious, because of it's desiccated coconut ingredients on it!

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