Vegan Almond Coconut Cookies , Eid Delicacy 1

The sumptuous Sheerkhorma and Saffron Sevia are definitely the classic delicacies served on the big holiday of Eid,but I also love to compliment the Eid feast with some adorable baked goodies.

These nutty cookies are ridiculously simple to bake and quite a treat on the special day.Did I mention these are also incredibly nutritious ?

Recipe : Vegan Almond Coconut Cookies with Dark Chocolate Drizzle
yields about a dozen cookies
1 cup fine shred coconut
1 cup fine ground raw almonds
2 tablespoon all purpose flour
1/4 cup Agave nectar
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon virgin pressed coconut oil
1/2 cup good quality semi-sweet chocolate chips

In a large mixing bowl combine the coconut,almonds ,salt and flour.In another smaller bowl mix in the sugar,honey and melted coconut oil.Stir in the honey mixture in to the coconut mixture,combine well.
Preheat Oven to 350F.
Take a tablespoon of mixture,roll and slightly flatten the balls, lay on cookie sheet lined with parchment paper.Bake for 10-12 minutes,until lightly crisp on top.Let cool before drizzling the chocolate over.

Melt the chocolate in microwave,stir every 10 seconds until completely melted,add about a tablespoon of soy or almond milk and keep stirring to make the mixture smooth and glossy .

Using a spoon ,drizzle the chocolate all over the cookies.Can serve immediately.Or to store let cool completely,can be kept in refrigerator for over a week.


I don't wanna say yet again n again! Gorgeous photographs and an awesome recipe! I love cookies and yes, I'm making these :-)
Unknown said…
I luv home made cookies n these are a way too tempting
Anonymous said…
uh YUM!!!
What wonderful cookies!


notyet100 said…
perfect for eid,.:-)
Mona said…
Wow Yasmeen, those clicks are simply awesome!
Rachana said…
Scrumptious Cookies! Perfect for Eid!
Hamaree Rasoi said…
OMG !! What a thing to hold on to. What an inviting pics...Looks crunchy and tempting

Hamaree Rasoi
Lena Jayadev said…
Eid MubaraQ Yasmeen..these cookies looks so srispy..recipe is bookmarked.. hw many cookies we can make from this recipe?
Priya Suresh said…
Cookies looks abosolutely delicious and yummy..
Joanne said…
These are almost like macaroons! Which I LOVE. Fantastic.
Gosh, Yasmeen, these look absolutely amazing. As fortune would have it, I have all of the ingredient on hand. You can bet I'll be trying them very, very soon. Thanks for sharing this!
CurryLeaf said…
amazing. The almond-coco combo is never tried by me.Excellent Yasmeen
Anonymous said…
They look fantastic, Yasmeen. Happy Eid!
Unknown said…
Hi Yasmeen,

wow...yummy cookies....Have a great Eid!!!

Vikis Kitchen said…
Eid Mubarak dear. Lovely cookies. That closeup snap makes me crave:)
Kay said…
Yasmeen, Happy Ramzaan! I just made these cookies.. I think my almond flour was different so it didn't bind much so I added a whipped egg as well. My daughter's enjoying the cookies as I type this! I took a bite too.. They are really good!

Thank you! :)
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Mandy said…
Sumptuous is the right word... Gosh!
Hannah said…
Only one thing to describe this. Mouthwatering.
Anonymous said…
salaam sister,

these cookies look amazing! just wanted to let you know, however, that with honey in the recipe, they are not vegan.

i was bummed when seeing this, but a simple substitution with agave syrup or brown rice syrup would veganize them in a jiffy!

take care

Yasmeen said…
Jazakallah,I'll make the correction.
Ruth said…
Just made these, but substituted flax seed meal for the flour- to get a gluten free feel. I think this makes them less beautifulthan yours- mine look more like chocolate covered falafel balls than yours do...but we'll see how my husband likes them. He said they smelled amazing in the oven.