Coconut Milk Biscuits

image It’s funny how I file all my baking therapies in the “Not Really A Baker” category. Well I love to cook and sometimes it involves baking and I’m game, but so that people won’t start asking me questions I have no real answer I have to make the a disclaimer. I spent 3 days dreaming up this recipe and when I was done, four happy little feet were ready to devour it almost without giving me the chance to take pictures. Very milky, coconutty  and yummy. image
Recipe

Ingredients

•    1 Cup Self Raising Flour

•    1/2 Dessicated Coconut

•    1 Cup Coconut Milk

•    1/2 Cup  Caster Sugar

•    1/4  tsp Salt   

•    2 Eggs

Procedure

–    In a bowl mix flour, dessicated coconut, salt and ser aside.

–    Break eggs and separate egg yolks from whites.

–    Using the whisk attachment of your mixer, whisk the egg white till stiff peaks and set aside.

–    At high speed,  whisk egg yolk with caster sugar till it is pale yellow and it and nearly double in size.

–    Using a spatula,  mix gently the egg yolks into the flour mix, then add coconut milk , mix well but gently and then fold in egg white.

–    Line a baking tray with parchment paper or spray non stick cooking spray on the pan or light grease the pan with oil.

–    Pick your preferred icing tip, fill a piping bag and pipe you desired shape on the pan. (I used the 6B open star nozzle )

–   Bake in an oven preheated to 250°c for about 20 mins or it till it is mellow golden brown.

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3 thoughts on “Coconut Milk Biscuits

  1. Abby May 5, 2015 / 7:00 am

    Nice! I like everything coconut.
    Unfortunately, I’ve got no oven so I’ll just eat d ones in ur pics.
    Thanks for sharing.

    Like

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