Coconut biscuits with sea salt

Have you ever eaten biscuits with sea salt? No? Then it will be the highest railway.

Since I baked the coconut biscuits with sea salt for the first time, I’ve literally succumbed to them . The sweet biscuits harmonize so well with the touch of sea salt that it is hard not to crumble at least three pieces. For this they are ready to crunch, divide, make happy in less than 30 minutes .

Pinterest does it to me not easy. I constantly discover new recipes that I have to try. In the Scandinavian Coconut Cookies with Sea Salt the recipe sounds ingeniously simple. That’s why the biscuits did not even end up on the to-bake list, but were tried out directly.

Watt ne good decision! Coconut flakes and vanilla give the biscuits a pleasant sweetness, to the touch of sea salt is a great contrast. The consistency is crispy and a little sticky, just as coconut biscuits must be. In addition, the magnificent specimens are ready in no time . It takes less than 30 minutes to weigh the ingredients before tasting the first copies.

As the biscuits grow larger in baking, they best distribute the dough on two sheets . The Fleur de Sel pushes the coconut biscuits very far up the delicious ladder, but you should not use too much sea salt. After all, you only want a slight hint of salt and not the full North Sea drone;)

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Coconut biscuits

  Portions : 12 Cookies

  calories per serving : 147 kcal

Ingredients

  •   2
      EL
      Butter
  •   150
      g
      Grated Coconut
  •   2
      Eggs
  •   130
      g
      Sugar
  •   1
      TL
      vanilla extract
  •   1/8
      TL
      Fleur de Sel

Instructions

  1. Two Cover baking trays with baking paper. Preheat oven to 175 degrees

  2. Melt the butter in a small saucepan or gently in the microwave. Add the grated coconut under the butter. Mix well until all coconut flakes are covered with butter.

  3. Mix the eggs in a second bowl until egg whites and egg yolk have combined. Add sugar and vanilla extract and stir with a whisk until the mixture has a frothy light consistency

  4. Adding grated coconut and mixing well

  5. Den Put the dough on a baking paper spoonful and squeeze. The biscuits get bigger when baking. If you do not want to stick together, it is best to make only 6 dough batches per sheet

  6. Sprinkle each biscuit with some Fleur de Sel

  7. Cookies for 10 Bake for 12 minutes at 175 degrees until golden brown and crispy

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