Yield: Yields 16 to 18 big, chewy cookies.
If you’re not a fan of white chocolate, you can omit it from this recipe and double the amount of dried cranberries instead.
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For the best results, measure your flour by weight instead of volume. (1 cup of all-purpose flour equals 4-1/2 oz.) If you don’t have a scale, be sure to use the proper technique when filling your measuring cups.
Now one of the staples of my holiday baking!
I have been baking these cookies for years now on air-bake cookie sheets. They receive RAVE reviews every time. Crispy-chewy goodness. And yes, even people who "hate coconut" LOVE this one. Thank you Nicole Rees! This is my favorite cookie recipe. And they are good on day two, three and four...if they last that long!
A delicious, crisp or soft (depending on how long you bake them) please everyone cookie. Office mates and husband all found these great. Some of the more conservative eaters were wary of the cranberries but said that the rest of the cookie was so good they could ignore a few cranberries.Some changes I made:I don't keep white chocolate, coconut or corn syrup in the house. I used Callebaut bitter sweet chocolate chips instead of the white chocolate. Additional oatmeal replaced the coconut and agave syrup seems to have worked just fine as a replacement for the corn syrup.The only negative is the size. A 2oz scoop of cookie dough yields a very JUMBO cookie. The second time around I used only 1oz scoops of dough and got a cookie 3" in diameter which was quite satisfactory for us.
Very delicious cookies. I added a bit more of the dry cranberry than what the recipe called for as I love cranberry. Very easy to make when you have all the ingredients on hand. I have a gas oven so I baked the cookies exactly 15 minutes. If you bake longer the cookies come out crunchy and not soft. I love soft cookies. Great recipe.
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