Only five ingredients are required to make these chocolate crinkle biscuits.

This variant of crinkle cookies will make your Christmas a little sweeter.


First and foremost, they are quite simple to prepare. These cookies contain only five ingredients and contain no flour, butter, or fat. The chocolate has a conventional flavor, while the coconut has a unique flavor.


They combine to make these cookies so flavorful that they won't survive until the next day, despite the fact that they may be stored in a locked box for a week. So...if you manage not to eat them all at once, please let me know if this is true.


1 mixing bowl 1 baking sheet




To make the dough:

3 eggs

250 g flakes of coconut

100 g walnuts, ground

120 g couverture or other high-quality dark chocolate, grated

200 g confectioners' sugar

For the coating:

caster sugar (50-100 g)

Icing sugar (50-100 g)

15 g sugar, vanilla



Combine the coconut flakes, walnuts, and grated chocolate. Whisk in the egg yolks until well-mixed.

250 g coconut flakes, 100 g ground walnuts, 120 g couverture, or any other high-quality dark chocolate

Whip the egg whites in a separate dish until frothy. Then gradually add the icing sugar and continue to beat until firm peaks form. Mix into the coconut mixture until a soft dough forms.

50-100 g icing sugar, 3 eggs

Preheat the oven to 160 degrees Celsius. Form heaping teaspoons of dough into balls. Roll the balls in the caster sugar (with the vanilla sugar added) first, then in the icing sugar to coat.

Place the balls on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper, making sure they are properly spaced apart.

200 g icing sugar, 50-100 g caster sugar, 15 g vanilla sugar

Bake for 15 minutes on the middle rack of the oven, then move to a wire rack to cool. They'll stiffen up as they cool, but the center will remain quite soft.

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