Yogurt Coconut Rounds

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A simple, delicious and moist sweet coconut treat!

  • 300 g German #405 flour
  • 10 g Baking powder
  • 280 g 3. 5% Plain yoghurt
  • 70 g Dulce de leche
  • 70 ml Sunflower oil
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. Line a 30x40cm baking tray with paper. Sift the flour and baking powder into a mixing bowl. Add in yogurt, dulce de leche, and oil. Mix all the ingredients with a hand mixer fitted with dough hooks for 1 minute on high speed. Don’t over stir the dough or it will become sticky.
  2. Place the dough onto the prepared tray and roll it out. Brush with melted butter all over the surface of the dough. Combine the coconut shreds and sugar. Scatter the mixture evenly onto the dough. Bake on the upper rack of the hot oven for about 20 minutes until golden crispy. Remove and cool slightly. Use a cookie cutter to cut out the rounds.


Ju (The Little Teochew) 4/12/09 13:29

Such clear photos! Angie, these are gorgeous. Very very pretty and festive!

Palidor 4/12/09 13:36

Wow, coconut and dulce de leche? Really, really awesome cookies!

Nostalgia 4/12/09 13:44

Truly precious it looks..

Dodol & Mochi 4/12/09 14:50

Wow! Interesting!! Never have these before!! Perhaps we should organize a Christmas cookie swap among us food bloggers!!


Anncoo 4/12/09 15:24

WOW! Looks so gorgeous :() Can I have a BITE?

Cheah 4/12/09 15:44

Wow, delicious cookies. Tried to vote for you at Foodista, but encountered problem with signing in, happened yesterday too.

Vrinda 4/12/09 15:44

I really liked this recipe,yogurt ,coconut wow lovely ingredients..thanx for sharing....

Erica 4/12/09 15:52

Dulce de leche and coconut are my favorite ingredients!!!!!This sounds like heaven to me:)

Happy cook 4/12/09 16:04

This looks so so beautiful especially for this time of the year.

Sarah Naveen 4/12/09 16:15

Oh my!!! That looks fabulously yummy!!!

♥peachkins♥ 4/12/09 16:17

wow. this looks so festive!

Thom 4/12/09 16:58

I don't think anyone can keep up with your recipes.....well your photography, too! Best to you!

KennyT 4/12/09 17:02

Angie, are they my Xmas presents? hahahahaha

Gulmohar 4/12/09 18:02

fabulous and festive..:-)

A 2 Z Vegetarian Cuisine 4/12/09 19:28

Wow looks so good. Very beautifully presented.

Angie's Recipes 4/12/09 20:15

Thank you! You guys rock! Thanks again!
@Cheah: Thanks :-)) I think it shall work now....sometimes Foodista server just doesn't cooperate.

3 hungry tummies 4/12/09 20:59

i must really start to learn how to bake! u r great!

Ivy 4/12/09 21:21

I love coconut and having dulce de leche make them even more tempting.

Katy ~ 4/12/09 21:59

Angie, this has to be better than any coconut macaroon type cookie I have ever ever seen. Simply sensational!!

kothiyavunu 4/12/09 23:06

Looks yummy...very tempting pics...just wanna grab tht plate!

Catherine 5/12/09 00:51

Mmmmm coconut my favorite!

Fresh Local and Best 5/12/09 03:05

These look like such a great coconut cookie!

Cinnamon-Girl Reeni♥ 5/12/09 04:03

These look irresistible Angie! You know how much I love dulce de leche. They look so pretty all wrapped up!

doggybloggy 5/12/09 04:09

oh yeah! I am making these!

Tina 5/12/09 06:43

Fabulous and delicious dish with great comb......

tracieMoo 5/12/09 09:30

Yummy cookies!! I love love Dulce de leche :) Cant believe their in you cookies. I bet they're good!

lisa 5/12/09 15:19

This sounds like an incredible cookie! The dulce de leche in the base and the coconut topping sound delicious.

Marillyn Beard 6/12/09 03:04

Looks wonderful!! Love coconuts and that is going to my list of things to try.

5 Star Foodie 6/12/09 05:12

Such delicious sweet treats! I love the coconut flavor and dulce de leche here!

SJ 6/12/09 05:31

love coconut

A smile from SJ =)

zurin 6/12/09 08:30

These look good. almost like a local kuih made of rice flour, squeezed out from a mould with little holes into hot oil and deep fried. the result is it looks like a nest. No cococnut in it but your sweets reminded me of it immediately! YUM.

Shri 7/12/09 16:42

Such wonderful recipes you have..Now I am tempted to try all the lovely recipes...I am sure I am going to try this one!

tastyeatsathome 7/12/09 21:19

I have a feeling that I would become addicted to these! I love anything coconut.

theUngourmet 9/12/09 04:37

These are so pretty! Great for the holidays. I love the coconut!

Lavanya Siva 9/12/09 15:37

hmmmm wow, what a dish and great clicks too.

Margaret aka: Fact Woman 9/12/09 17:08

Oh My Gosh!!! I can't wait to try these!!! Anything with coconut and dulce de leche has got to be a winner. Thanks. Love your site and am following along now.

tasteofbeirut 9/12/09 18:38

What an unusual recipe! I have made these with concentrated milk, but never thought of using yoghurt.Duly noted!

My Little Space 10/12/09 13:20

Just so tempting! When come to coconut flavour bakery... who can ever resist! Ooo...I can actually smell it from here.


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