The warm, melted chocolate chunks (I used a Valrhona 71% dark chocolate bar) gave a powerful burst of chocolate goodness. For such a simple cookie I wanted good chocolate so I could savior the flavor and enjoy myself. It is a Cooking Light recipe after all, so I didn't feel guilty if I ate 3 or 4 cookies. ;)
Click HERE to get the recipe for Toasted Coconut Chocolate Chunk Cookies.
I'd also like to announce this is my 100th post for Fallon's Cucina! I'm so excited that I've come this far and I'm enjoying every bit about it. I'm so grateful for the followers and readers I have that come to visit my blog. It means so much to me and it makes blogging for myself even more exciting. I'm glad I took this up as a hobby. I can't wait to make my 200th post now. ;) With that said, as I'm working on my recipe page I can't believe how many recipes I've gone through! It is fun looking back from my first post, to more recent posts. How I've changed taking photos and the overall style of my blog. It is definitely a learning experience. Thanks to everyone for helping me grow and being there to support me!
Continuing on with E-Recipe club Breakfast/Brunch contest we have Citrus-Cream Cheese Pull-Apart Rolls from Barbara Bakes. I must say I really, really wanted to make these rolls, but I was lacking so many ingredients and didn't have any time to get them to the store. I was excited when Shelby decided to make these rolls. These are such a sweet treat to have on the table for special mornings. I will make this recipe one day to try these rolls. I'm glad Barbara submitted this recipe because not only is it a sweet treat, it is also a Cooking Light recipe. ;)
Click HERE for Citrus-Cream Cheese Pull-Apart Rolls recipe. Also if you would like to subscribe to Shelby's E-Recipe club simply click this link HERE. Then you too will get in on the recipes and ask Grumpy questions!