Oatmeal Coconut Cookies



These crispy buttery oatmeal cookies are so delicious and dangerously addictive. Enjoy them with some green tea or serve with ice cream!

  • 100 g Rolled oats©angiesrecipes
  • 75 g Dried flaked coconut
  • 120 g All-purpose flour
  • 100 g Caster sugar (more if you have a sweet tooth)
  • 1/3 tsp Salt
  • 100 g Butter
  • 25 g Inverted sugar syrup (or corn syrup)
  • 1 tsp Baking soda
  • 2 tbsp Boiling water
  1. Heat the oven to 150C/300F and prepare two baking trays covered with parchment. In a large bowl, stir together the oats, coconut, flour, sugar and salt. Meanwhile melt the butter and syrup together in a small pot over low heat.
  2. Stir the baking soda into the boiling water, then stir this into the butter and syrup mixture. And pour all of it over the flour mixture. Mix well, then shape the mixture into 32 balls and place onto the prepared baking sheets. Press down to flatten the cookie balls with your palm.
  3. Bake for 12-15 minutes, switching the pan around if you need to for even baking, until the cookies are golden brown. Leave them on the baking trays for 5 minutes before removing them with a spatula to cool on a rack.
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94 comments:

alison 12/8/10 07:32

wow,perfect for my breakfast!

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jelena 12/8/10 07:39

they look so cute, love the use of oats!

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Ho Ho Ho 12/8/10 07:53

Love oats and coconuts... :) the golden crisp... looks enticing

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Jessie Hearty Bakes 12/8/10 07:55

Crispy, buttery and lotsa oats! Bookmarked it. Thanks for sharing Angie. My children will love this kinda cookies. With the oats, it must be very fragrance too.

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Alea 12/8/10 08:02

What a delightful combination of flavors! I will have to make these for my children soon!

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Heavenly Housewife 12/8/10 09:07

These look scrumptious, chock full of goodies. Please look away while I steal a couple.
*kisses* HH

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Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) 12/8/10 09:15

this cookie sound flavourful with oats and coconut, well done!

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MaryMoh 12/8/10 09:24

These would be great for my tea break. I love the oat and coconut combination. It gives lovely texture and flavour.

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Happy Cook 12/8/10 09:45

They look delicous and healthy.

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♥peachkins♥ 12/8/10 10:15

These cookies are tempting!

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Kitchen Corner 12/8/10 10:45

This cookies thin and crisp! I think it must be very flavorful with the coconut and oatmeal. Nice one!

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Foodessa 12/8/10 11:03

Angie...I'm all over these treats...especially since you add the coconut in the recipe. Now, the corn syrup is a concern...I'll have to adjust that part for me personally.

Love the capture of a great cookie moment ;o)

Ciao for now,
Claudia

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nesrine 12/8/10 11:13

I will make them for my kids......yummmy

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sangeeta 12/8/10 11:35

very very good use use of oats .... i am sure i will be making them soon.

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Rachana 12/8/10 12:10

These cookies look so tempting!

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busygran 12/8/10 12:45

The cookies certainly look addictive! Can I sub the inverted sugar with honey? Will it affect the taste and texture?

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Chef Gerald 12/8/10 12:46

These look delicious! Thank you for reminding me how wonderful oatmeal cookies are!

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Belinda @zomppa 12/8/10 13:10

The LOOK addictive. I would so eat a billion.

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Joanne 12/8/10 13:32

I've been loving coconutty baked goods lately! These look perfect!

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Brownieville Girl 12/8/10 14:12

What a perfect colour ... I'd love one now:-}

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aipi 12/8/10 14:15

Love to take a bite of them...looks super delicious Angie..
awesome clicks as always :)

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nora@ffr 12/8/10 14:20

angiee!! m loving these delicious looking healthy oatmeal cookies.. drooling!! liking the addition of coconut :) nice combo...

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Sharmilee! :) 12/8/10 14:36

First time here...nice collection of recipes and beautiful clicks

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Honey Bee Sweets 12/8/10 15:09

I absolutely love oatmeal cookies. And that oatmeal taste always gives the satisfaction I need. Have not used corn syrup in cookies before so will just give yours a try the next time I crave for oatmeal cookies. Thanks!

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kitchen flavours 12/8/10 15:17

Definitely addictive looking! It would be great to munch this at the movies instead of boring popcorn for a change! Extra-large bag, please!

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Jenn 12/8/10 15:20

I can tell how crispy and good they are just from the photo... YUM!!!

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Vrinda 12/8/10 15:30

Yummy cookies,liked the addition of coconuts...

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Jennifurla 12/8/10 15:59

These cookies are very pretty

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ravienomnoms 12/8/10 16:02

These look fantastic! The pictures are so good, they make it seem like you can reach out and grab those cookies!

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Mother Rimmy 12/8/10 16:14

This is a cookie combination made just for me. I adore oatmeal cookies and coconut. Yum!

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My Little Space 12/8/10 16:18

Your oatmeal cookies looks so crispy and yummy! Mind sending me a dozen? yummm.... Enjoy your day!
Cheers, kristy

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girlichef 12/8/10 16:25

These DO look addicting! I know I'd have a problem with them just jumping into my mouth ;) love the coconut & oat combination, YUM!

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PranisKitchen 12/8/10 17:12

thats a very delicious and crispy cookies best combo coconut and oat...

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A SPICY PERSPECTIVE 12/8/10 17:21

Oh, what crispy little beauties! I'm sure I could only eat a dozen or two in one sitting!

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Lazaro Cooks! 12/8/10 17:39

Fantastic photo. Love the oats.

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wendyywy @ Table for 2..... or more 12/8/10 17:50

I do believe that these are very addictive.
The chewiness of the coconut and oats.. gosh, perfect!!

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roxan 12/8/10 18:05

These cookies look great. I will totally make them... esp since my husband doesn't really like coconut or oatmeal, I don't have to share!

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Cheah 12/8/10 18:45

Wow, they look so crunchy, feel like pinching some off the screen!

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Torviewtoronto 12/8/10 18:47

delicious cookie lovely addition of coconut

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arthi 12/8/10 19:03

wow!!looks delicious n crunchy!!

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Hettar7 12/8/10 19:18

Oatmeal and Coconut.... I love you.

P.S. - I totally think you should walk to the beach and learn how to swim. Or at least doggy paddle. :)

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Cristina 12/8/10 19:22

Angie - you know the magic words "crispy, buttery, oatmeal, cookies,green tea!" Seriously, oatmeal cookies with coconut - sounds wonderful for anytime of day - especially with green tea! Wonder what the boiling water does to the chemistry of the ingredients?

(BTW - Amazing DOF on that first image!)

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Angie's Recipes 12/8/10 19:56

Cristina: Thank you! I really like the first picture too.
The boiling water is used to melt the baking soda, so that the mixture will distribute evenly in the dough.
Thank you, my friends, for the kind and encouraging reviews.
Angie

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kothiyavunu.com 12/8/10 21:06

perfectly baked cookie..Very tempting and kid-pleasing looks so delectable.

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Krishnaveni 12/8/10 21:34

looks so good, my fav combo

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Faith 12/8/10 23:41

Oatmeal cookies are one of my favorite kinds! I love how deliciously crispy these pretty cookies are!

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Kumi 13/8/10 00:37

Sounds like a MUST TRY recipe.. :)

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Marisa 13/8/10 01:38

There's nothing like a fresh baked oatmeal cookie! The addition of coconut is amazing. Very very nice. Love the pics! :)

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Jeannie 13/8/10 03:14

Angie, these looks seriously good to me...love the photos to bits! Have to make these soon. Thanks!

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Happy Flour 13/8/10 03:44

I love oat and coconut, these are sure addictive for me. ;p

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Magic of Spice 13/8/10 03:46

These are a splendid treat, love thin crisp cookies...The photos are phenomenal :)

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Elin 13/8/10 05:38

Angie...I love oatmeal cookies...it can be addictive and looking at your well baked ones , so crispy and crunchy, I can wallop a dozen at a go and have a cup of hot apple tea after that...mmmmm that is what I call " a good tea " Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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Chetana Suvarna Ganatra 13/8/10 06:16

Angie they look soo good n bet taste even better.

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baking.serendipity 13/8/10 06:23

Coconut is the perfect addition to oatmeal cookies! Yours look so, so good. I like your suggestion to have them with a cup of green tea...what a perfect afternoon snack :)

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Dishesdone 13/8/10 06:43

Perfect with ice cream! They look amazing! Love the crispy ones!

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denise @ quickies on the dinner table 13/8/10 12:55

Yes, I do think these would taste wonderful crumbled over vanilla ice cream but I would definitely want coffee with these ;) Just look at that amazing texture!!

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Jess @ Bakericious 13/8/10 15:13

Angie, I love coconut cookies, I am going to bake this! thanks for sharing

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TasteHongKong 13/8/10 16:15

I know it is always nice to share good foods with others. For these, I have an excuse to keep them for myself and have the container labeled as 'dangerous & additive'.

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Cooking Gallery 13/8/10 18:53

Yummy...!! Your cookies look great. I am drooling and want to get a bite on one of your cookies (or even more ;)).

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Gulmohar 13/8/10 20:09

Love oatmeal cookies... I Should try adding coconut next time :-)

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Nithu 13/8/10 23:44

Oatmeal coconut cookies looks so good. Nice clicks.

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Baking Barrister 14/8/10 00:49

They look so perfect and crispy. I can imagine how good the coconut is with the oats.

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5 Star Foodie 14/8/10 02:50

So yummy with coconut! Excellent cookies!

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Stella 14/8/10 04:03

Hey Angie, these sound so good! I really like the idea of coconut and oatmeal together. That sounds so hearty. I might see if I can modify your recipe to my new diet (er, lifestyle, I mean-smile)!

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maameemoomoo 14/8/10 07:52

OH, u're the very talented Angie in Germany!! Didn't realize u were that Angie :P

ps : i still love your hokkaido milk loaf! BEST! :)

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Pei-Lin@Dodol and Mochi 14/8/10 08:27

Oh, Angie ... the cookies do look crisp! I like the idea of pairing up coconut with oatmeal.

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Fimère 14/8/10 12:43

j'aime bien la noix de coco donc tes cookies doivent être excellents
j'en croquerai volontiers quelques uns
bonne journée

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Chef Dennis 14/8/10 17:15

Those are great cookies!!! I wish I had a platefull now! Congrats on the top 9!!

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Anna 14/8/10 21:31

Angie congrats on top 9, your cookies look stunning, so crispy and I love the coconut in it.

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Kim (Liv Life) 14/8/10 22:26

We are headed out of town in a couple of days with a few other families, these will be a perfect treat by the pool!

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OysterCulture 14/8/10 23:43

I'm not sure why I never thought of oatmeal and coconut cookies, but they sound perfect. Must make them soon to pass out.

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Carla and Michael 15/8/10 13:37

These look outrageous. Must make a big batch and send some over to my dad. He loves anything with coconut. Beautiful cookies.
Thanks.

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Catherine 15/8/10 16:49

Oh wow, oatmeal coconut cookies! Mmmmm! I just want to grab one from my screen! :)
Cheers Angie!

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Claudia 15/8/10 18:25

I can lovingly gaze on these all days. One of the best cookies ever and yours is perfect!

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A Thought For Food 16/8/10 01:12

These look perfect! Unlike most of my family... I love coconut. And I love oatmeal. So I have no doubt that these cookies would be right up my alley.

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Reeni 16/8/10 03:15

Oatmeal and coconut are two of my favorite things! These are lovely treats to dunk in my tea!

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Chef Bee 16/8/10 03:48

I love coconut but am the only one in my family who enjoys it. I'm always looking for recipes I can make and freeze so I can get my coconut fix. Thanks.

Plan B

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grace 16/8/10 09:37

many times, oatmeal cookies are fat and full of raisins. if i had my druthers, they'd always be thin and full of coconut. :)

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Radhika 16/8/10 17:04

I like my Oatmeal cookies crispy and love the flavor of coconut in it.

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Xiaolu @ 6 Bittersweets 16/8/10 21:36

This looks great, Angie! I loves me some oatmeal cookies.

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Terrianne, Call me Ree 16/8/10 23:00

Oatmeal + Coconut, how intriguing! These sound fantastic. =)

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faithy, the baker 17/8/10 03:50

This is calling my name! Looks yummy and soo good ..better than store bought cookies for sure!

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Trissa 17/8/10 05:58

Yes Angie - these do look very addictive! They remind me of a cookie I used to eat as a kid - in the Philippines, during the summer holidays - I would always look forward to them. Now I can enjoy them anytime.

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Sanjeeta kk 18/8/10 09:41

First time to this lovely space. great recipes. Like the crunchy and crispy feel of the cookies. Must come for more for sure. Best wishes.

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Sophie 19/8/10 09:35

Waw!! My mom also has a version of these classic cookies but yours is worth a try,..The cookies look amazing & just look at that colour,...Pretty fab!

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eatme_delicious 19/8/10 22:11

I loooooove oatmeal and coconut together in a cookie. These look so good!

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Tom 21/8/10 10:36

I just love to eat cookies very much as it is my favorite in snacks.Oatmeal coconut cookie is a new flavor for me and now I want to try for it.It seems yummy.

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Tanvi 23/8/10 17:41

I was searching for this recipe for such a long time! Thanks !
Both me & my husband just love coconut in cookies.
Gorgeous pics & love love the golden brown color of cookies :)

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Dr.Sameena Prathap
27/8/10 16:05

Hi Angie,
Thanx for visiting me..do join as well..iam so happy to be following you...joined just now...looking forward to seeing your recipe on food buzz top 9 soon!!!Good luck!!Do support me as well...byee dear!!!

Sameena@http://www.myeasytocookrecipes.blogspot.com

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Poonam 29/8/10 18:57

i just loved u r blog....and these oatmeal cookies so healthy...great job!

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Lisa 11/10/10 10:38

hi Angie,

i baked this cookies today. trouble is the stated ingredients wouldn't bind together as i got a very loose batter. i tried to add extra 2 tbsp butter and milk but still didn't work.
i don't have corn syrup so i substitute with honey.
anyway i still baked as it is and use a tbsp to shape it up. taste good but this resulted in chewy inside and crispy outside.
did i do anything wrong here?! pls help
thx

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Angie's Recipes 11/10/10 20:06

@Lisa
Lisa, the oats and coconut you used might be different from mine, namely, they absorb more or less liquid...so you might consider adjusting the quantity of coconut and rolled oats or add slightly more honey and sugar to the mixture until you can gather all the ingredients. Leave the cookies in the oven for 10 more minutes after turn off the oven, the cookies will be crispier. And replace the honey with sugar, as honey tends to make baked goods moister.
Angie

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Anonymous 3/1/11 04:08

awesome blog, do you have twitter or facebook? i will bookmark this page thanks. lina holzbauer

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