Oatmeal Coconut Cookies

Anne (with an 'e') is a skinny orphan girl with fiery red hair & loads of imagination who arrives at Green Gables from an orphanage to be adopted by middle aged siblings Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert. Though they were expecting a boy, they decide to keep her with some reservations and soon fell in love with her quirkiness.

Whats your name? - if you ask Anne; She would reply - "Will you please call me Cordelia? please as the name sounds so romantic". and thats how our Anne is.

L. M. Montgomery is the author of this month's book 'Anne of Green Gables' who is known for a writing style involving lovely prosy descriptions especially about the beauty of nature at Green Gabless and Anne's daydreams. Her characters, are so unique in themselves and lovable (Anne, Marilla, Mathew, Mr. & Mrs. Allan, Miss Stacy, Diana, Mrs.Lynde etc) that one instantly fall in love with them.

Anne is very fond of her little 'tea parties' and am sure she would love to have the cookies I made for her and for her friends. :)



Oatmeal Coconut Cookies

Ingredients:

2 cups All purpose flour
1 cup (unflavored) Oats
1.5 cups Sugar
2 eggs
1 tsp Baking Soda
1 tsp Baking powder
1/4 tsp Salt
1 cup Butter, at room temperature
1 tsp Vanilla extract
1 cup coconut flakes

Method:

Step 1: Preheat oven for 375 F

Step 2: Combine the dry ingredients first - flour, baking powder, baking soda and salt.

Step 3: In a separate bowl, mix in butter with sugar till creamy texture. Blend in eggs and vanilla extract. Beat in flour mixture with oats and coconut flakes.

Step 4: Drop some mixture on a greased baking sheet and slightly flatten them. Bake to 8-10 mins. Cool them on wire racks and Store in a tight container.

For the month of January, we are reading Roald Dahl's 'Charlie & The Chocolate Factory'. If you would like to come join us, please leave a comment here or drop me an email.

Do check what others made for Anne:

Simran: A Cake for Anne

Happy Holidays.

Cheers,
Siri

21 comments :

  1. Love it Siri.Perfect cookies for Anne and new year.

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  2. Happy New Year to you too Siri. Nice cookies. I love oats and coconut combination. I have baked something similar before. I can make these easily by substituting flax seed meal for the eggs.

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  3. Great combo of oats and coconut.

    Happy New Year

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  4. I have read the book before - seven years back! Chose to skip as reading the online version was a pain! I am sure Anne would have loved your cookies - they look perfect for her and Diana!

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  5. These are perfect for the tea party. Anne would have loved them. :)

    Best wishes for the festive season and a Happy New Year.

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  6. perfect cookies on perfect time. good idea of combining oats with coconut... I too love it.

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  7. delicious cookies siri! Perfect! A very happy and prosperous new year 2009!

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  8. as much as i love Montgomery ..i love ur cookies too.
    first time here.

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  9. first time here..loved the collection of recipes..Happy new year

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  10. Wow..Siri..Loved Anne..:) n the cookies..:)Happy New year..:)

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  11. Lovely cookies! surely something Anne would love.

    Hope you are enjoying the holiday season, and here's wishing you a great 2009

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  12. Dear Siri, wish you a fabulous new year ahead!

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  13. I have asked Foodyguru of fewminute wonders to host the event.

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  14. Wish You a Wonderful New Year!

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  15. Hi siri, first time here. Such a unique combo this, oatmeal and coconut..sounds delicious!

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  16. Do you know there are 3 more books about Anne as an adult? I have the 1st and second (Anne of Avonlea), haven't read the rest. Good post! :))

    Happy new year to you.

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  17. No posts these days?? Whats the matter? Take care:)

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  18. Don't you love "Anne of Green Gables" ? Me too :)
    Perfect cookies

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  19. The cookies look lovely and inviting !

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