8 Lime and Coconut Cookies


Coconut, Lime, Dark chocolate stronger together than apart. Don’t take my word for it, try them for yourself. 

What to expect

8 soft and chewy cookies handmade with 70% cocoa dark chocolate chunks, decorated with a lime drizzle and sprinkling of dessicated coconut.

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The main flavours of these cookies, both have their origin in Southeast Asia, so it’s hardly surprising how much they’ve shaped Asian recipes, especially desserts.

A little bit about Coconut….
Sweet, buttery and creamy, the strong flavour of coconut can be too much for some people, but don’t discount it. The key to unlocking the best flavour of coconut is balance, too much of anything can destroy flavour. Coconut is very rich and creamy, so it needs something sharp and punchy to prevent it overtaking the whole flavour.

A little bit about Lime….
All citrus fruits are thought to be native of Southeast Asia and lime is one of the most distinctive, with a much more sour than sweet flavour. It works so well in savoury dishes because it’s not too sweet. You’ll find that Kaffir Lime leaves actually feature a lot in Asian desserts, which really has quite a different flavour to lime juice, it’s actually quite similar to bay leaf which is just too savoury for brownies, that’s why we stick to Lime juice!

Lime meets Coconut…
You just can’t really question this combination, it would be like saying strawberries and cream don’t belong together! Lime is the perfect citrus fruit to work with coconut, because it has a bold zesty flavour that can’t overwhelmed by coconut, but it’s not so bitter that the flavours end up fighting with each other, they just harmonise.

Finish it with chocolate!
Usually you tend to see white chocolate paired with lime and coconut, because the sweet creaminess of coconut and white chocolate blend. But then the flavour becomes slightly one dimensional, the additional contrast of rich dark chocolate creates a more indulgent, balanced flavour.

Additional information

Weight 400 g
Dimensions 22 × 19 × 1.9 cm

Ingredients & Nutrition

Flour (WHEAT Flour, Calcium Carbonate, Iron, Niacin, Thiamin), Butter(Milk), Granulated Sugar, Sugar (Cane Molasses, Humectant (Glycerol)), EGGS Belgian Dark chocolate Couverture Min 70% (Sugar, Fat Reduced Cocoa Powder, Cocoa Mass, Emulsifier;SOYA lecithin, Natural Vanilla), Icing Sugar (icing Sugar, Anti-Caking Agent: Tricalcium Phosphate),Coconut (SULPHUR dioxide) Natural Coconut Flavouring (Natural coconut flavouring, ethanol)1%, Natural Lime Flavouring (Lime Oil) 1%, water
Nutritional Information per 100g
Energy 1859kj/442kcal, Fat 21g (of which Saturates 13g), Carbohydrates 58g (of which Sugars 39g), Protein 5.4g, Salt 0.09g
Per average 32g Cookie
Energy 594kj/ 141kcal, Fat 6.7g (of which Saturates 4.1g) Carbohydrates 18.5g ( of which Sugars 12.4g), Protein 1.7g, Salt 0.02g

Storage and shelf life:
All cookies are despatched within 24 hours of baking, they have a shelf life of 2 weeks, but they will also freeze well.
Keep them in their packaging or an airtight container and they should stay delicious for a week.


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