Spelt Coconut Pinwheels



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A spelt chocolate cookie with a cream cheese coconut swirl that's perfect for snacking and gifting. It freezes well and can be made ahead of time and sliced to bake at your leisure.

Chocolate DoughFilling
  • 220 g Refined spelt flour
  • 25 g Coco powder
  • 150 g Sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • ½ tsp Baking soda
  • 120 g Butter
  • 1 Egg
  • 1-2 tbsp Milk
  • 100 g Cream cheese
  • 60 g Butter, softened
  • 60 g Sugar
  • ½ tsp Vanilla extract
  • 75 g Coconut flakes
  • 50 g Hazelnuts, ground
  1. Combine all the dough ingredients in a mixing bowl. Quickly mix them into a dough. Wrap with a plastic film and chill for 2 hours.
  2. Beat cream cheese, butter, sugar and vanilla extract until combined. Stir in coconut flakes and ground hazelnuts. Store the filling in the fridge until the dough is ready.
  3. Place the dough between two sheets of plastic film and roll out to a 20x30cm rectangle. Evenly spread the filling over the dough. Roll the dough up into a log starting at the long side. Wrap the log with a plastic film and chill overnight.
  4. Cut the log into 1/2 cm thick slices and place them in baking trays lined with parchment paper. Preheat the oven to 200C/400F. Bake the cookies 8-10 rminutes. Cool on the wire rack.



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92 comments:

Sue 3/3/13 06:49

They're beautiful, and I love the texture!

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Beena.stephy 3/3/13 07:17

Super beautiful pinwheel

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wok with ray 3/3/13 08:10

Wow, they are beautifully done, Angie!

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Guru Uru 3/3/13 08:49

Mmmm this looks so delicious my friend, wonderful job :D

Cheers
CCU

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Hasna 3/3/13 09:01

wow... in luv with these pinwheels.. u've done with lots of perfection and luvd the filling

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My Kitchen Stories. 3/3/13 10:46

very unusual Angie, well as unusual as you usually back anyway. I just ;love the idea of these. I have spelt flour I really should give them a try

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 3/3/13 10:46

Lovely and very tempting!

Cheers,

Rosa

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Ruxandra @ Gourmandelle 3/3/13 11:06

These look so good! I'll definitely try this recipe soon :D

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Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 3/3/13 12:10

What a creative roll Angie! I´ve made vanilla rolls dozens of time, but it never occured to me to use all whole wheat flour. Gorgeous!

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Alida 3/3/13 12:14

Sooo nice! They look very pretty. I like the fact that they are made with spelt. This is very original. Brava!

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Rita Bose 3/3/13 12:15

Wow!! They look delicious and cute!! Wonderful snaps!!
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Nizz 3/3/13 14:38

beautiful swirls :)

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TasteHongKong 3/3/13 15:19

Nutrient-packed spelt flour, flavor-packed fillings, I'd certainly enjoy these pretty cookies with less guilt : )!

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Anne Regalado 3/3/13 15:32

Ohhhhh ! Deliciously pretty cookies , Angie ! Photos are gorgeous as always !

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Mary 3/3/13 15:49

You have the ability to make "good for you" appealing :-). These really look delicious. Have a wonderful weekend. Blessings...Mary

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Mamatkamal El Mary K 3/3/13 16:44

They look perfect! Thanks for sharing.
Cheers
Mamat

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Ann@Anncoo Journal 3/3/13 16:57

WOW! Those pinwheels look very pretty! Wish that I can try your delicious cookies one day :)

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Susan 3/3/13 17:21

I have spelt that I've been meaning to grind for bread, but I do believe these cookies will come first! Can't wait to make them and send to my grandson and his dad--they love coconut, XOXO

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Kitcheninspirations 3/3/13 17:39

What an incredibly pretty cookie. I bet the spelt adds a lovely nuttiness to this treat.

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Hema 3/3/13 18:00

I can't take my eyes off the pictures, very tempting and so nicely done..

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Nisa Homey 3/3/13 18:17

Gorgeous!!!, Angie I envy you totally....stunning pictures and healthy pinwheels.

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Velva 3/3/13 18:24

Totally creative! Who would of thought to put spelt and coconut together. Awesome.

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Beth 3/3/13 19:48

Such beautiful cookies!

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Sebeena Loyd 3/3/13 19:50

Angie, these look so lovely

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Angela Darroch 3/3/13 23:17

These are so pretty to look at. I have just discovered spelt flour and love baking with it - so much healthier.

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the food dude 4/3/13 02:48

Wow, these cookies look awesome!

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Dawn Yucuis 4/3/13 04:26

Perfect. I love the coconut and the chocolate combination.

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Jenn Kendall 4/3/13 05:30

these are so so pretty! and i have recently discovered that i do indeed like coconut, so now i'm dying to try these!

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Veronica's Kitchen 4/3/13 07:20

I always love pinwheels cookies, they're just so fun to look at and make you wonder how to make the swirl pattern.

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Shirley Tay 4/3/13 08:50

Do u know that coconut is one of my fave fruit? The combination with cream cheese is heavenly, Angie!

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Mich Piece of Cake 4/3/13 08:50

These are so pretty to look at, I could not take my eyes off those swirls. Coconut cream cheese wrapped in chocolate dough sounds really delicious.

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Lora 4/3/13 08:58

I love that spiral look and the flavors are wonderful.

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Cheah ~ No-Frills Recipes 4/3/13 10:03

I like the colour combination, so distinct, not forgetting the flavour!

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Gourmantine 4/3/13 11:44

Such cute cookies and love the filling idea with coconut!

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Kiersten @ Oh My Veggies 4/3/13 15:35

Beautiful cookies, Angie! My pinwheel cookies never come out looking so perfect. :)

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dentistvschef 4/3/13 15:58

Shame on me, i think i can wait to chilled it overnight...hehehe
barely cut up and baked it straight up, end up with yummy and nasty cookies

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Amelia 4/3/13 16:34

Hi Angie, your pin wheel look so pretty. Lovely click.

Have a wonderful week ahead.

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sophiesfoodiefiles 4/3/13 17:02

Your spelt pinwheels look amazing & very pretty & tasty too, dear Angie! Who wouldn't love to savour a few of these beautiful looking cookies???

MMMMMMMMMM!

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The Café Sucré Farine 4/3/13 17:52

These are almost too pretty to eat ........ almost but I think I could get past that! Very delicious looking Angie!

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lena 4/3/13 17:57

this sounds delicious, angie! i'm sure i will enjoy eating that too!

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Rosita Vargas 4/3/13 20:39

Se ve muy lindo y delicioso que quiero probar,abrazos y abrazos.

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Tessa 4/3/13 21:02

One word to describe your cookies... Gorgeous!

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Geni 4/3/13 22:17

These look incredible Angie. What a nice cookie it would be along side a hot cup of coffee.

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Priya 4/3/13 23:38

Cute and very attractive pinwheels..

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Norma Chang 5/3/13 01:01

So perfect and beautiful.

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Cheap Ethnic Eatz 5/3/13 02:17

These so retor looking cookies are making a comeback it seesm, great modern version on the flavors.

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Natalie G 5/3/13 02:20

Very lovely pinwheels. I love that it has a coconut filling, my fave :)

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Dara Reppucci 5/3/13 03:07

I love these. So tasty. I need some more spelt in my life.

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Tricia @ Saving room for dessert 5/3/13 03:50

Angie these pinwheels are calling my name! They are so beautiful! I've been looking into spelt flour lately - and can't wait to try it.

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teresa 5/3/13 04:00

chocolate coconut, beautiful combo! these look delicious!

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Stephanie @ Henry Happened 5/3/13 04:29

I've never tried spelt flour but with chocolate and coconut in there I'm sold!

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Terra 5/3/13 05:04

This would be an awesome treat to take to a party, they look so beautiful!!! Love the coconut swirl, YUM! Hugs, Terra

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noobcook 5/3/13 05:08

the pinwheel swirls made these cookies incredibly cute and delectable!

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mjskit 5/3/13 05:30

These pinwheels are absolutely gorgeous! Looking at the ingredients I'm going to assume that the filling stays soft after cooking instead of baking into a cookie. I love the soft and crunchy mix.

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Lisa H. 5/3/13 05:36

pretty pinwheels Angie :D

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Sanjeeta kk 5/3/13 09:01

Your blog is a real encyclopedia for any baker, Angie! Just amazing how you keep dishing out so many recipes with such perfection. Hugs.

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Jeane M. 5/3/13 11:26
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Katerina 5/3/13 12:50

Oh i love their psychedelic looks Angie!

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Becki's Whole Life 5/3/13 13:12

Chocolate and coconut is such a great combo and this cream cheese filling sounds wonderful!!

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Dipti Joshi 5/3/13 13:45

Wow! I am going to prepare this yummy treat on weekend....

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Asmita 5/3/13 14:42

The first thing that comes to my mind when I see these is GORGEOUS! I would love to taste these.

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kitchen flavours 5/3/13 16:34

Beautiful pinwheels! And looks very delicious too! You are an amazing baker!

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Pam 5/3/13 16:47

They look pretty! I love anything with coconut.

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Elisabeth 5/3/13 16:48

Angie, I adore your Pinwheel Spelt Coconut cookies. The addition of the hazelnuts really takes it over the top. Love the combination of the filling with the cream cheese, coconut, and hazelnuts...yumm; just making me drool over these unusual and most amazing cookies.

BTW-I noticed you also have the same 'anonymous' comment as I did. I finally had to do away with letting anonymous commenters post on my blog after having to delete 150 from my spam folder. Now it is strictly registered users. My daughter Lora had the same problem, except she didn't have the 'spam' and over 100 popped up on her comments last month!

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RavieNomNoms 5/3/13 17:30

I love every bit of these Angie! Coconut pinwheels have to be the cookie you get on the way to heaven ;-)

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Kristin @Dizzy Busy and Hungry 5/3/13 19:34

Wow, these look fantastic and the photography is just beautiful!

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Nadji 5/3/13 20:20

Tes biscuits sont absolument magnifiques.
J'en mangerai avec grand plaisir.
See soon.

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Abbe@This is How I Cook 6/3/13 00:21

I have never tried cooking with spelt but the looks of this make me want too!

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lisa is cooking 6/3/13 00:23

I love a spiral cookie! The cream cheese filling sounds fantastic.

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Aldy @ Al Dente Gourmet 6/3/13 02:05

Look at that!!! Absolutely Delightful, the combination of chocolate and coconut sounds irresistible! GORGEOUS pinwheels sweet Angie !!!

HUGS <3

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Reeni Pisano 6/3/13 02:54

What scrumptious cookies! Love that cream cheese coconut filling. I'd be slicing at my leisure all day long Angie!

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Kit @ i-lostinausten 6/3/13 07:24

Lovely pinwheel cookies & with coconut too! YUMMY! ;)

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grace 6/3/13 11:22

while the chocolate part is certainly appealing, that filling caught my eye immediately! coconut and hazelnuts? awesome!!

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Gloria 6/3/13 14:26

Angie love these look perfect and yummy!!!x

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My Italian Smorgasbord 6/3/13 14:50

love these ones! they remember a favorite childhood treat called "girelle". buonissime!!!

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Amy 6/3/13 23:13

I love pinwheel cookies because they are so whimsical. :) Guess I better stop staring at them otherwise I'll get dizzy. Let's hide these beauties in our tummies! hahaha....

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 7/3/13 00:16

They're beautiful, Angie! I love coconut and chocolate together.

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Patty 7/3/13 06:38

So pretty Angie! I just picked up a bag of spelt flour-can't wait to break it open ;) I love the look of your chocolate pinwheel cookies and the way you sneak in the healthy ingredients to your baked goods ;)

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Gourmet Getaways 7/3/13 23:19

WOW!!! These are just so pretty and perfect!!
You are very clever, I just love all of your images too!

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Liz Berg 10/3/13 16:05

These are simply gorgeous, Angie! I have never made a pinwheel cookie...I'd love to give these a try!

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blueberrykitchen 10/3/13 19:54

Oh yum, these look gorgeous!

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Jessica | Cajunlicious 10/3/13 21:11

I love anything with coconut and these are beautiful Angie!

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Kathy 11/3/13 18:23

Oh Angie, These look fabulous…and they have coconut in them…my favorite!!

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joumana Accad 11/3/13 18:31

These cookies are truly one-of-a-kind! Wow! I need to make them, I have all the ingredients in the pantry (except for that flour, can substitute that!)

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Biren @ Roti n Rice 11/3/13 22:32

These Spelt Coconut Pinwheels look amazing! I lke that they can be frozen until needed. Perfect for portion control!

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sare 12/3/13 07:11

I never have met such beatiful and delicious pinwheels before...

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My Little Space 13/3/13 15:27

Oooo...these are so pretty. Love it love it.
Kristy

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Jo Romero 20/3/13 22:55

These look amazing! I love them, thanks for sharing :)

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