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Coconut-orange crinkles
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BestOlivia    ·   20.12.2022

Coconut-orange crinkles

This year I started baking new types of cookies and the first thing I tried was coconut orange crinkles, which are rolled in powdered sugar before baking and then they crackle beautifully during baking and create such a beautiful look that you will definitely not be able to resist. I love the smell of orange and it gets even more intense while baking. Try it and you will definitely be satisfied with the result.

¾ cup
granulated sugar (I used cane)
2 pcs
2 oz
2 cups
plain flour
1 ½ tsp
baking powder
a pinch
6.5 oz
1 pc
orange (zest from the whole, juice from half)
for coating
powdered sugar
Preparation steps
  1. Beat softened butter with sugar, add eggs and beat until foamy. Add a pinch of salt, grated orange zest and juice, coconut flour and sifted flour mixed with baking powder.
  2. Make a semi-solid dough and put it in a plastic bag in the fridge for an hour.
  3. Line two low baking sheets with baking paper and use a spoon to cut off small pieces of dough, roll them into cherry-sized pieces in the palm of your hand and place them on a tray.
  4. Pus powdered sugar into a bowl, put a few balls in it and gently shake the bowl so that the balls are thoroughly rolled in sugar. Place them on a baking sheet with a space in between them of approx. 1 inch and bake in the oven at 355 °F / 180 °C for about 15 to 20 minutes. The baking time can be shorter, it depends on the oven.
  5. You can tell that they are baked by their color, they must be light pink, a little cracked on top, and when you take them in your fingers, they come away from the paper easily and are hard.
  6. After cooling, put the crinkles in a resealable box.
Recipe comments
RVHomestead    ·   21.12.2022   ·   Reply   ·  

I made this recipe exactly as it was written. This dough never hardened up to anything resembling cookie dough. It was the consistency of cake batter. The amounts are way off. It's unfortunate, too. These smelled amazing when they were baking but they tasted like pancake batter with a hint of orange. They were not good. They were flat out nasty tasting. We wound up tossing the entire mess into the trash.

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