Dreamy White Chocolate-Coconut-Marshmallow Cookies




Dreamy White Chocolate-Coconut-Marshmallow Cookies

Ingredients:
2 cups cake flour
3/4 teaspoon baking powder
1/4 teaspoon baking soda
1/2 teaspoon salt
6 tablespoons unsalted butter, softened
1/3 cup granulated sugar
3 tablespoons milk
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
1 cup white chocolate chips
1 cup sweetened flaked coconut
1 cup coarsely chopped marshmallows (freeze for easier slicing)
1/4 cup finely chopped toasted almonds
3 large egg whites
1/4 teaspoon cream of tartar

Directions:
Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Coat a large sheet pan with cooking spray.

In a medium sized mixing bowl, sift together flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt.

In a large mixing bowl, using a mixer on medium speed, beat together butter and sugar until creamy, about 1-2 minutes. Beat in milk and vanilla extract until just combined. Reduce mixer speed to low, and beat in flour mixture, until just combined. Stir in white chocolate, coconut, marshmallow and almonds, by hand, until combined (dough will be stiff).

In a separate clean, medium sized mixing bowl, using a mixer with clean beaters on high speed, beat egg white and cream of tarter until stiff peaks form - about 2-3 minutes. Fold the egg whites into the cookie batter, in three additions, until combined.

Drop heaping teaspoons of dough onto sheet pan, and bake at 350 degrees F, for 16-18 minutes, or until golden brown around the edges. Cool for 2 minutes before transferring to wire racks to cool completely.

Makes 16 cookies


68 comments:

  1. I love cookies! And yours indeed look dreamy. Will try it one day! :) Thanks for sharing.

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  2. They look like beautiful little clouds. Edible clouds. Mmmmm...edible clouds.

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  3. I'm dreaming allready!!! Keep the marshmallow recipes coming! Oh boy these must be amazing! Be careful with that Mrs Fields!
    Where's the hair pictures????
    I'm so glad we're facebook buddies, it's fun. Now about the twitter, I have it for a while now but i keep forgetting about it... I think I left it without saying anything for a month... Maybe beacuse I was not "talking" to anyone and it just felt dull... I'll have to look it up again!

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  4. Hola guapa! How can you manage to be everywhere? YOur blog, twitter, facebook... I just don't have enough time!

    Wonderful cookies, as always! Now that my daughter spends all day long at school, maybe I should surprise her with some cookies... I'll have a bit more of time :D

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  5. Emiline, for a start why don't you put a link of your image page of facebook on your blog. I did that yesterday, so you can easily find me. Second, I still got some of those mashmallows left (thanks for telling me how to store them) and after making the marshmallows I've been making new things but I'll leave that as a surprise when I blog about it. Must make some more soon to do some of these dreamy cookies.

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  6. You baking maestro you! These certainly look "dreamy". As always, another excellent post tempting us with your sweet creations Emiline.

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  7. Wow! These sound/look so good! I love your cookie creations!

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  8. Oh my goodness, macadamia AND coconut! Awesome. Do you think these will keep until this weekend? That would make my day/week/month :)

    Twitter? I'm not quite sure what that is... I'll have to look into it. Maybe it's the answer catching people online :)

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  9. Looks like great cookies. I just cleared otu the last of my coconut to make my cookies last week. I do love coconut.

    I'm on Facebook and would be happy to have you as a friend. I don't know about starting Twitter though. I'm already on MySpace, Blogger, LiveJournal and Facebook. It's a little overwhelming.

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  10. The cookies look great, but where are the promised pictures of your new haircut? The entire blogosphere is on tenterhooks waiting to see it.

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  11. I hate shopping inder pressure!! Cookies sound fab. Search for me under Beth Sachs on Fbook (Bude, Conrwall, UK)!

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  12. mmm Emiline really your recipes are fantastic dear!!! xxGloria
    Thanks by sharing

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  13. Hi...I've given you a blog award...read here http://realmomkitchen.blogspot.com/2008/09/fall-apart-pork-chops.html

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  14. Dreamy is right. If only I dreamed of cookies at night....I suppose I'd just wake up hungry :)

    I don't twitter but am on Facebook. I feel like I have enough distractions already! Email me your info!

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  15. These will help me keep my sanity at my in-laws! They look so wonderful I'm drooling already!

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  16. Little puffy clouds of yum!

    I will email you and be your facebook friend!

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  17. Emiline, I would love to be your friend on Facebook. My id is Lisa Gomes I think?, if you can't find me let me know. I tried to find you out of 122 people,didn't happen! Let me know. Remember, create an easy recipe next time. I am just now getting into my Betty Crocker/Emiline roots! I made rolls last week for goodness sakes, so if that doesn't tell you my experience level I don't know what would. I made some 3 ingredient peanut butter cookies too, didn't like the way they turned out to greasy and hard and rich on the palate. I don't eat what I create either! I am trying to cut down on my baby poundage! So maybe a lowfat muffin or cupcake?

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  18. So I started coming to your blog about 3 weeks ago and have fell in love with it! I'm 21 and also obsessed with cooking, recipes, food tv, food magazines, and baking...so pretty much anything with food. I have billions of recipes that i'm going to someday try all of them, but then I go to all these amazing blogs and want to try all theres as well! Anyways I just wanted to let you know that I love your blog and that I to as well have a facebook! Oh and i'm trying these cookies tonight! :)

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  19. Emiline, this look gorgeous! I was going to say cloud-like, but CC beat me to it. Really.

    Truth is, I'm not a fan of white chocolate. Give me dark any day. Seriously. give me. I'll provide an address and all.

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  20. Oh what yummy cookies!! I love all of these marshmallow posts! So fun~!

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  21. Im to old to twitter. I dont getviot really. I already have so much to keep up with. However I do maintaina facebook page and believe I have you as my friends. Those marshmallows keep on gining some great treats.

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  22. Emiline, they do look dreamy - I have never tried cookies with marshmallows in them, how wonderful!

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  23. Marshmallows in a cookie! I love it! I will email you so maybe we can be FB friends. :)

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  24. anything with white chocolate and coconut definitely qualifies as dreamy in my book. fabulous concoction, emiline! :)

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  25. Beautiful! These cookies look sooooo delicious. YUM!

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  26. Mrs. Field's will definitely be wanting to copy this recipe! They looks perfectly dreamy!

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  27. What's up? Did ya make too many marshmallows? It's a marshmallow world.

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  28. ohhh, you are really workin those marshmallows! these look really, really good! And I missed commenting on the sweet potato bread pudding. OH MY GOD. I cannot wait to make that. it looks absolutely amazing!!

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  29. Emm, that combo makes for a good smores idea. You're so clever! Hey I have facebook, will you be my friend????? hehehe. I'll email you the info. Have fun on your trip!

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  30. Ah yes, I too get stressed out with those types of shopping trips.

    I'm your Facebook friend!! :0)

    SCRUMPTIOUS cookies.

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  31. Fabulous looking cookies, Em. I'm afraid I don't have time for twittering or face book, but I'm still your blog buddy.

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  32. Me, me, me! I wanna add you on Facebook! My email is rosehaven_cottage at yahoo dot com so you can search for me and add me.

    Cindy at Rosehaven Cottage

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  33. What a great idea for a cookie....I love all the ingredients!!!!

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  34. I am your friend as of last night. Hooray!
    I'm very tempted to twitter, I do all day in my head really. Maybe I'll save it for winter when we're stuck indoors.
    Three cheers for white chocolate!

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  35. Bummer days :( But the cookies sound great! I once made cookies with mini marshmallows, but it melted and left caverns in the cookie, heh.

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  36. Ok, I'm already dreaming...
    I have to try these.

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  37. Yum! These cookies look fabulous! I love coconut.

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  38. Forget Mrs. Fields, I'm going to steal this idea!

    Not really, but honestly, how could I resist?

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  39. I've been here lurking all summer trying many of your recipes. I'll be your facebook friend! I just can't find your email address...

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  40. holy crap! really! two of my absolutely favorite things in the world!! this is orgasmic good!

    I'm certainly not dreaming over here tho it's 4 am!!! :)

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  41. Emiline you crack me up! I loved your comment on my blog about your parent's green beans and now this post just tops it!

    Yes, the cookies DO look heavenly and like something I would dream about on a good night. And yes, I think Mrs. Field's is probably a blog stalker of yours so you better be copyrighting this stuff!

    I do Twitter, but I don't know how to use it very well. Sorry, no facebook, maybe someday when they invent the 34 hour day... {I hear it is addictive and time consuming}...

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  42. Yummy! I'll be your facebook friend. And I also Twitter, but I must confess, I'm having trouble keeping up with it!

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  43. Those look great! Anything with coconut and I am so there.

    You know, I just can't get the hang of Twitter. I signed up, but I just never update it! I am terrible! :)

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  44. Seriously, I swear I check yesterday and you didn't have a new post. Now, not only is there a new post, but there're a bajillion comments already!

    These remind me of one of my favoritest cookies (chocolate macaroons), but more ethereal. Gossamer, even.

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  45. Emiline those cookies look seriously good and they do look like fluffy clouds!

    I'm emailing you so we can be facebook buddies ;o)

    Maria
    x

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  46. Emiline I can't for the life of me find your email on your blog. So search for me on Facebook under Maria Johnston (Epsom, United Kingdom) and add me!

    Maria
    x

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  47. These look dreamy indeed!

    -DTW
    www.everydaycookin.blogspot.com

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  48. They look totally dreamy and I'm loving your marshmallow posts. I can almost taste how fabulous these are!

    I am still getting used to twitter, I'll give it another shot!

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  49. I love to add marshmallows to my cookies. My favorite is to poke them on top so that they get a little toasty. I love all that white going on. You could name them White Out Blizzard cookies.

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  50. Didn't Mrs. Fields file for bankruptcy???

    Anyway, these look so good and sugary. Mmm mmm mmm.

    I have been on Twitter for a few weeks and just today I decided to use it. I think it will come in handy at work.

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  51. These do look pretty dreamy. If I were eating cookies right now, I'd make them. No cookies for me.

    I'm afraid to Twitter. I spend soooo much time in my day on the internet as it is that I don't want to get addicted to anything else!

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  52. I don't see your email address and I don't twitter. How can I contact you? Would send you cookbooks I've bought and can't keep.

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  53. Miss Sugaplum, when are you coming to NY? Twitter me when you're here. And bring a batch of your delicious cookies!!... Hehe.

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  54. oh yum the look so good
    I will have to try them

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  55. Hey Emiline! Add me on Facebook!! I'll see if I can find you :D. If not, my last name's Ancer :).

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  56. Little dreamy white clouds....I bet they melt in your mouth!!!

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  57. Hi anon! Both of my sisters went to MSU.
    You can contact me at sugarplumblog (at) yahoo (dot) com

    Thanks for commenting! What's your name?

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  58. Wow, my neighbor and I made these last night for her to take to work today and these are so yummy! Thanks for the recipe!

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  59. I love that they are "dreamy"! I've decided that I can't get involved with twitter, or facebook, or anything else. I've already become addicted to food blogs, and I can't imagine what would happen if this addiction spread to twitter and facebook. I wish I had the time!!

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  60. BB, YAY! I'm so glad you liked them! That makes me haaaappy.

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  61. Awesome dreamy cookie creations!!

    Rosie x

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  62. I made these as a gift for a friend's birthday...she never got to taste a single one as they were all gobbled up by her guests. Note to self: Never bring a delicious food gift wrapped in clear cellophane to a birthday party with ravenous teenagers.
    I made them with semi-sweet chocolate chips instead of the white to take the sweetness down a notch. Still dreamy, like floating on clouds...

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  63. Hi,
    I’ve just baked them!
    Thanks for the recipe! I quoted it on my blog:http://glimmercreations.blogspot.com/2009/05/cocoshmallows-czyli-ciacha-na-wielki.html
    Best regards!

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  64. Unfortunately these did not work out for me, despite following recipe to a T. Very dry and dense and weird taste.

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