Hi friends! I pre-scheduled this post for you. Right now, the Mr. and I (and our two gold wedding bands) are driving from Tuscaloosa, Alabama with our bellies full of Dreamland barbecue to our final destination: Savannah, Georgia. Nestle asked me if I wanted to test out their new chocolate chips: dark chocolate morsels. I said yes, and I’m so glad I did! Keep reading til the end and you can win a bag for yourself!
These cookies are intense. They’re rich with dark chocolate, and packed with coconut flavor in the form of coconut oil and coconut flakes. Thank goodness this recipe only makes 6 cookies, because I ate three by myself with a tall glass of milk.
I’m so happy that I’ve found a dark chocolate chip that doesn’t contain funky ingredients. Nestle Toll House Dark Chocolate Morsels are so delicious, you’ll eat them right out of the bag without apologies. Try to save some, just a 1/2 cup for this recipe, and you won’t be disappointed.
So, friends, I entered this recipe in a Nestle contest. The photo with the most re-pins wins, so please re-pin this recipe! In exchange for your Pinterest time, I am giving away 50 (yes FIFTY) coupons for a free bag of dark chocolate morsels. So, please pin my recipe for dark chocolate double coconut cookies on this page——> Nestle Very Best Baking Pinterest page, and then come back here and leave me a comment telling me you did. Please remember to leave your email address so I can get in touch with you. Then, when I get back from my honeymoon, I will pick the winners and mail you the coupons! Easy! *You must use virgin, unrefined coconut oil for this recipe. Some have made it with refined coconut oil and reported that the cookies spread. The label must say UNREFINED or VIRGIN.
*You must use virgin, unrefined coconut oil for this recipe. Some have made it with refined coconut oil and reported that the cookies spread. The label must say UNREFINED or VIRGIN.