I told you this was coming… Remember that package of goodies that Immaculate Baking sent me? Well fortunately for you, this isn’t the last of the creations coming your way. I still have some gluten-free peanut butter cookies in the fridge and I know EXACTLY what I’m going to do with them, looks like you’re just going to have to wait & see, wahahaha!
If you haven’t gathered this from the 5 million thousand coconut recipes I’ve posted, I’m KINDA into coconut. When I found out one of their new flavors was going to be Coconut Macaroon, l was SO excited! One of the things I love about my job is that I get to see a product through from conception to creation. It’s so cool to see a package that I designed when I walk into the store. And then, when I actually get to see someone put a product I designed in their shopping cart, I have a little warm fuzzy moment with myself as if I’m in on a secret.
The best thing about this recipe is that you only need THREE ingredients and when they are done you’ll feel like a baking genius! All you need is (2) packs Immaculate Baking Coconut Macaroons, Strawberry Jam and Chocolate Chips! You can get creative if you want and try different jam flavors and chips like raspberry & dark chocolate, blueberry & white chocolate or you could even spread a layer of chocolate instead of jam and use peanut butter chips. Yum!
Ok, are you ready? This is all you do…
1. Bring dough to room temperature.
2. Lightly spray a 9×9 pan with cooking spray, preheat oven to 375 F.
3. Press the first package of coconut cookies into a single layer in the pan.
4. Spread a layer of jam & chocolate chips on top of that.
5. Use the 2nd package of cookies to create another layer on top of that.
6. Bake for 15-20 minutes until nicely browned on top. Let cool for 15 minutes and cut into squares.
These were SO good! I sent them off to work with Tom the next day and I stood at the door crying and waving goodbye. I try not to eat too many sweets but I love baking so I always send them away the next day so they’re out of the house. Of course, I MUST do a little quality control and try one before I send them off, that is a very important part of the process!