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Trader Joe’s Toasted Coconut Cookie Thins..You’ll like them… really, really, like them!

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If you’re a coconut freak, like me, then these are for you! Crispy thin cookies with the most heavenly coconut flavor.  Perfect by themselves, they’d be great with any sorbet, or maybe a thin chocolate frosting layer. I imagine that they’d make an awesome pie crust for my favorite coconut cream pie. Imagine a little dollop of lemon curd on a thin, and topped with a fresh raspberry. There you have it, a sophisticated dessert for tea….you can thank me later.

I don’t have a photo of my recipe idea, but here’s one from the blog Completely Smitten. Scroll down to see the post. It’s fun blog, so check it out.

Here’s a link to their description in The Fearless Flyer. Disclaimer: my awesome sister-in-law writes the Flyer, but that doesn’t cloud my judgement. (I just happen to love most everything I try at Trader Joe’s.)

The only drawback is that I could eat way too many at once. I only bought one box of these, what was I thinking?!


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3 responses »

  1. I am going to get some lemon curd, fresh raspberries and these thins and have some friends to tea, and we will each thank you 🙂

  2. Coconut cookie thins made into pie crust for a chocolate coconut rum pie!!! To die for!!!


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