Pineapple and Coconut Cookies

Its been a week since I posed ne baked goodie…. So lemme do it today…….
Last week there was a 1 day workshop for cookies nd I badly wanted to go for it nd made it ne how… J J J they taught 7 type of cookies and all ver eggless …. Nd yummmmmmm. I just loved it J J J . When I was bac home I decided  to bake with different flavors… J . How about pineapple nd coconut?????????  Great idea!! Now how about cookies??? Super!!! All this was my thought….. it was a surprise for Him when he came back home…. J J J.
I do not like coconut in chocolates but I like them in cakes nd cookies…. J. I replaced condensed  milk with pineapple crush  and it tastes awesome….. I took lots of them to my SIL’s place and all there loved it J. Now I feel so so good….
Ok so lets come down to the cookies: 
Whats Needed:
2 cups sugar
6 cups self raising flour
1/2-lb. butter
1 cup pineapple crush
2 cups desiccated coconut
pinch salt
How to make Cookies:
Put butter, sugar and mix till creamy, now pour over the pineapple crush into butter nd sugar mix.
Sift the dry ingredients and then Add dry ingredients to the crush mixture and knead well. Refrigerate for half n hour. 
Roll out into small balls and press them slightly.
Bake at 180*C/350*F for around 20-25 minutes.


Remember, pineapple is a very sweet solution for your sugar cravings, which can help you stick to your weight-loss plan and forgo dessert cart. 
Pineapple is Good for Colds and Coughs. 
Pineapple Strengthens Bones.
So what all ya waiting for go get them Nd enjoy in ne form u want 
Pineapple Strengthens Bones.JJ


Super Crunchy nd Yummmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Tastes Yum Yum Face Eating Yellow Smiley Decoration Images when u add lozza loveYellow Smiley Face In Love Decoration Images in it.
Till Later Then, 
Signing Off, 


Anonymous said…
Your blog would be much better if you dropped the slang of today's generation and stuck to good old English like we were taught in schools!
Sushma Mallya said…
What a lovely combo, interesting one aps and looks very crunchy too..
Divya Kudua said…
Pineapple and coconut does sound like a wonderful combo..looking forward to new baking recipes from you now..))
Priya said…
Cookies looks like coconut macaroons, prefect cookies to munch anytime..
Happy Cook said…
So this is the cookie you mentioned :-) looks really good, i love the flavour combo .
Simran said…
That's an interesting cookie.

Where was this workshop?
pineapple sounds yumm..lovely cookies..
Ms.Chitchat said…
Yummy yummy and yummy cookies,loved the combo. I am sure my family would love this as we love the flavour of pineapple as well as coconut.Clicks are superb.Bookmarked:):)
Nice combination...
looks perfect and love the color :-)
Nithu Bala said…
That is a wonderful combo..
rekhas kitchen said…
Wow sound greta and flavorful aparna
divya said…
What a lovely combo, interesting one ... looks very crunchy too..
Rachana Kothari said…
Such a flavourful and crunchy cookies :-)
Uma said…
tasty twist using pineapple for coconut cookies:)
Suma Rajesh said…
woo very good unique combo...if i was there, u would have surly shared with me too :(
Aps said…
Thnx Dearies.....
yeh suma surely wud have done :)
PranisKitchen said…
pineapple and coconut..sure it would be a very tasty and tymmycookie..really delicious nice color it got
Parita said…
Awesome combo and good use of pineapple crush dear, never heard of it being used in baking items :)
Bookmarked this recipe for future, making it one day for sure :)
Sarah Naveen said…
Oh wow!! fabulous...looks so yummy!!
awesome to have them right now!!
Yummy Team said…
Crispy and yummy cookies!! Love the combination of coconut and pineapple..
Love the combo!!!
Sounds good,like colada cookies !!

Are they the crispy kind?
I love Crispy cookies and am always on the lookout for a crispy cookie!!
Aps said…
yeh mia they r the crunchy ones :) u can try them they ver yum
Sharmilee! :) said…
Crunchy n yummy cookies...looks tempting!
Anonymous said…
Hey Aps , i just love ur blog ..want to try this pineapple cookies but tell me it really doesnt need baking pwdr or soda?
♥Aps♥ said…
@ self raising flour has baking powder and soda in it u dont need to add that extra if u dont get a SRF then u must add baking powder and soda

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