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Sunday Baking


Sunday Baking

Hoani Tukino

Sunday Baking


Fun time in the kitchen,


So it is Christmas time I wanted to make some amazing cookies that you can enjoy on a weekend picnic with friends or family, a simple dessert or even a great little gift for your loved ones. I have made some easy fun cookies. You can make the cookies any shape you would like; I went for a simple circle to make it easy for kids to eat. You can make them all year around. You can decorate with icing or however you would like or simply just leave them plain.

I find baking a great thing to do on the school holidays with friends and family, or even bake them for Christmas day dessert.

They are a great little treat that children will enjoy and adults will to.






      125g Butter, chopped

1 cup caster sugar

1 egg

            1 teaspoon imitation vanilla

1 tablespoon white vinegar

¾ cups desiccated coconut

             1 ½ cups self-raising flour

½ cups extra coconut


Step 1

            Turn oven to 180 or 160 fan forced, grease a baking tray. Beat butter, sugar, egg + vanilla until smooth.


Step 2

Stir vinegar into a bowl. Add coconut. Sift in flour. Mix well. When mixed, roll teaspoonful lots into balls. Toss each ball in the extra coconut.

Step 3

            Place 5cm apart on the baking tray. Bake 15 minutes or till golden. Cool on wire rack.