White Chocolate Coconut Cream Cheese Cookies

Chewy Coconut Cream Cheese Cookies loaded with white chocolate!

These White Chocolate Coconut Cream Cheese Cookies are loaded with white chocolate, crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside and packed with rich flavor.

This is the type of cookie my husband likes…you have white chocolate, coconut and a crispy-chewy texture. Baking cream cheese right into the dough keeps the texture soft in the center, but the edges crisp up so everyone’s a winner.

They are really quite unassuming looking…but I have to say, quiet cookies are usually the best cookies. Add too many fancy drizzles, candies or sprinkles and it’s like you’re trying to cover up something. They’re like cookie make-up.

These guys are just sitting in the corner waiting around for you to come to your senses and choose them. Sure, have your fun with sprinkles, but we all know you just want a delicious cookie that you can eat in your elastic pants and feel happy about. These cookies are a  more “long term relationship”, not a fling. They want you to take them home to meet mom. And you should.


Chewy Coconut Cream Cheese Cookies loaded with white chocolate!

So hop over to IMPERIAL SUGAR for the full recipe. You will not be disappointed.


25 Responses

  1. I’m guilty of too often saying I love a recipe and really want to try it and then never getting round to it. Every so often though I find one that makes me 100% sure without a doubt that it is the next one I’ll be making, and it really does get made. This is one such recipe. I like how it isn’t as high in sugar as a lot of other cookie recipes too 🙂

  2. I love making cookies on Sundays, I’m definitely trying these! Haha and I’ll definitely take them to meet mom. And probably the rest of the family. Things could get serious fast, they should probably be introduced.

  3. Debra Bartels

    I followed this recipe as written and I ended up with a crumbly bunch of ingredients instead of a “dough”. It seemed like there was too much flour or not enough liquid? Either way, my crumbly mixture wouldn’t hold together unless I pressed them into balls and then they wouldn’t flatten out when I tried to bake them. HELP!! I was really looking forward to scarfing a few of these down (not to mention my husband’s disappointment!). Love your site and hope to hear from you! Debra

      1. Denise

        I had the same issues….dry & not good. I did use one egg & one yolk…actually 2 of each as they looked so good I doubled the recipe. There’s either too much flour or not enough butter in this recipe…either way, epic fail 🙁

  4. Susanne

    I am very interested in these cookies.. but when I went to the Imperial Sugar website the page that has them has no instructions and also they’re not in the list to be able to be printed. Is there any chance of the instructions coming back or a place I can find them?

  5. Stephanie Kerle

    I was so excited to make these but they turned out really dry? I followed the recipe EXACTLY but they just didn’t cook the way they should have…… I was hoping for a chewy gooey cookie. We still ate them but they were not my favorite cookie.

    1. Shelly

      When you measured the flour did you spoon the flour into the measuring up, or scoop it? If you scooped it, it tends to pack the flour, resulting in adding too much inadvertently.

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