Friday, August 19, 2011

Caribbean Lime Coolers

These cookies are a bite of freshness!
Sweet and tangy.
I found this recipe on the Betty Crocker site and have been wanting to make them for quite a while now.
The only change I made was to add white chocolate chips-every now and again you get a white chip in your bite-YUM I also toasted the coconut, I think it's really the only way to eat coconut;)
Ingredient list:

Betty Crocker sugar cookie mix
toasted coconut
zest and juice of 1 lime
1 egg
white chocolate chips
powdered sugar

I love how quick these cookies mixed up and were baked and ready to eat!

That's what I love about a mix-quick and super easy!

Zest adds so much flavor and it's always nice to add a little color;)

Ever tried cracking an egg and taking a picture at the same time???
Me neither I cracked it first then tried to keep it in one side of the shell and click;)
Just so ya know!

I used 1/2 a bag but you could use the whole thing or less if you like.

the recipe calls for 3 T. but I just squeezed the whole thing in there-worked out fine:)

stir and drop...

the dough was a little soft but worked out for some soft and yummy cookies
Bake for 9 to 13 minutes.
I baked mine for 9 minutes exactly.

Dust with a little powdered sugar.

Printable Recipe


  1. Mmm I love the combination of lime and coconut! So fresh!

  2. Coconut and lime it!

  3. These sounds so good! And I love the Cobo of the "lime in the coconut" :)

  4. i've been dying to try lime cookies, these look SOO good, love the coconut.