I don’t know what happened. I’m out of flour except for semolina which is odd because I don’t make pasta, barley, almond, rice, and tapioca. are closed, and services are ever diminishing. I’m trying to watch only cheerful comedies and just finished The Good Place.) Her recipe calls for walnuts, corn flakes–so American–oats, and chocolate chips. The only difference, well 2, I had and it may account for the spread. Reply, Yes, you can use a whisk…and a bit of energy! Thanks for your emails and Pinterest, Reply, Enjoy all of your posts. Fig, Tahini and Milk Chocolate Chip Cookies, Sables Bretons: French salted butter cookies, Holiday Gift Idea! I made some suggestions but others work fine. Reply, Followed the instructions, used 4oz of butter and baked until lightly golden – perfect! Have you tried Hazelnuts in them? In a stand mixer fitted with the whip, beat the eggs, sugar, and vanilla on high speed until a well-defined ribbon is formed, about 5 minutes. And thanks for your inspiration. The second batch I used 6 oz. To bake the cookies, preheat the oven to 350oF (180oC) and line two baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking mats. Reply, I need these beamed up to my kitchen. Thank you for that! Sending good wishes to you and Romain from Sydney Australia. My family is so excited. I don’t have any PPE to give her, but was able to share a bit of sweetness thanks to you. Feb 18, 2015 - These delicious chocolate chip cookies have a gently smoky, hearty taste from mesquite. These cookies are wonderful in every way. More importantly and trying to not sound preachy, #2 If everyone of us who is fortunate to not only read this blog but also make the indulgences it produces, let us give thanks. We are only allowed to go to a food store, pharmacy or hospital and of course we must have our “autodichiarazioni” on us at all times. I’ll look for the ‘book signing!’ I just made the Split Pea Soup and it was outstanding!!! Storage: The dough can be refrigerated up to five days and can be frozen for up to two months. All that may have caused the spread, I guess. Stir together the flour and salt, then mix them into the batter. I just got done with my batch and they look nothing like yours. Which is always welcome but perhaps a little more treasured just at the moment. The governor of our great state of CA has just ordered us all to stay home, so I know what I’ll be doing this weekend when the “shelter in place” routine has gotten stale. I’ve linked to it as the end of the post but you may want to bookmark it for future recipe if you have allergies or need to avoid certain foods, to refer to in the future : ) Reply, odd curiosity.. most cookie recipes have you mix in the dry ingredients then add nut and chocochips.. why not the opposite(nuts, chocochips then dry). 3. But… add a touch of something to sop up the moisture! I love your blog, David, and have been enjoying your recipes for years, including a lemon yogurt cake we took to the hospital to enjoy when my daughter was born! )maybe it’s suppose to be 6T. Reply, Have you tried adding any espresso powder to the cookie? Reply, I watched your instagram story and followed the recipe to a T…they spread! If you click the little printer icon to the upper right hand corner where the actual recipe begins, you will get only 1 page of directions. Slice the dough into 1/4-inch (.75cm) rounds and set them on the baking sheets, evenly spaced. Normally I’d say that’s not the way one should propose marriage, but in tough times, we take what we can get. (And I’m including the ones in the two books I’m working on at the moment, simultaneously, which explains my odd behavior these days.). So I would make them without it and bake until golden brown across the top. The main one was technique, which you will see with refrigerator cookies, to chill the dough for as long as 24 hours before baking to prevent against spreading. If using apricots or dates, dice into small pieces first. (If the dough isn't stiff enough to scoop, cover and chill for about an hour.). Delicious. I love those butter toffee peanuts too…the problem is that it’s hard to stop eating them while you’re baking (Which I know from experience!) Reply, I made the cookies yesterday. Reply, Thank you for your wonderful posts and stories. I was thinking about the movie Birdbox on Netflix that came out a year or so ago, where everyone had to go inside…and stay there. – I was about 40g short on the rolled oats (I’ve been trying to buy some for two weeks now!!! I've always wanted to ask a knowledgeable baker why this happens with some of the cookies I bake ( in my mind, this knowledgable baker is always you). 5. Some of that butter went to these Chocolate Chip “Kitchen Sink” cookies, which I’ve already made a few times. Tree nut allergies are actually one of the most common food allergies, afflicting about 1 out of every 200 people. Reply. That is the most hilariously French thing I have ever heard and definitely provided a bright spot in my day. Some occasional slight differences but never bad and sometimes even like it better. It must have today’s date and have one of four boxes checked to show the reason why you’re out. Keep smiling, keep cooking, and keep sharing. Greetings from Panama. And I seem to always be in the mood for these ultra-chocolate cookies, with crisp, brownie-like tops, and meltingly soft chocolate centers. Alan: I don’t see that typo in my version. I hope you and your loved ones are safe. (The scoop I use is a. I told my husband we also needed an additional rule stating we cannot use that safe word more than once a day because since we came up with our safe word Monday he seems to want to use it every time I open my mouth this week :) Reply, Love this! When I clicked on the photo it disappeared. Did you play around with holding these in the fridge for while? Reply, Hi David, Reply, I made these yesterday and passed some along to friends before our stricter “Stay at Home” restrictions start in Seattle. Being locked inside, I also was doing a lot more eating, too. Thank you, David! Stir occasionally, until the chocolate is smooth. But I need to adjust it a bit for high altitude as they definitely spread out without needing to be pressed down. :) Reply, Thanks David for saying the number scoop you used Too often that sort of thing is left out. You may want to bake one first, to find out exactly the right time for your oven. One variation I have loved is mixing in pieces of pretzels instead of (or in combination with) the nuts. Reply. Maybe it’s just me, but I find both brownies and Choc Chip cookies change texture drastically by the next day. Loved Stohrer. Would you know if I can simply replace the butter with oil? Next up on the CoronaGateau Baking extravaganza….today it’s the Fruitcake Bars…and before that..Dorrie Greenspan’s Lemon-Spice Visiting Cake..and it’s only been 2 1/2 days! Reply, I use parchment when I want cookies to be crisp as things tend to “steam” on silicone. Use nuts in the house (had pecans) used dried sour cherries (my. Reply, Hi David – I’m making these right now, and although I’m sure I’ve got all the measurements right, my batter is MUCH less stuff looking than the batter in your pictures – i.e., there’s no way the batter would “hold” in the ice cream scoop. Recipe: Salted Chocolate Chip … Well, if you have time to answer Reply. American butter and could tell that there was no need to chill the dough. Reply, I also had the same problem with the cookies spreading into blobs. I hope you know what I may have done wrong. 4. With some free time on my hands today, I also made the pink grapefruit marmalade. Remove from heat and set aside. I’ll have to try them again with less butter and chilling the dough before baking all good tips. I figure I can order/buy buckwheat and spelt from a higher end grocery or Bob’s. . Reply, Thank you for providing a gluten free option with these cookies. Storage: You can refrigerate the rounds of cookie dough for up to 5 days before baking, or freeze for up to 3 months. And the French authorities think this somehow provides more certainty that you’re out for a legit reason than merely answering a police officer’s spoken question. The result is a nice thick cookie. Drinking French Bar Boxes from Slope Cellars and K & L Wine Merchants, « Liza Restaurant, Lebanese Food in Paris, http://dish.allrecipes.com/high-altitude-cake-baking/. not creaming the butter til it’s fluffy–this is the perfect recipe for me as I don’t have a lovely stand mixer so it’s good to have recipes that don’t need ultra-fluffy butter creaming in them. I hope you and your loved ones are safe. (Which is why, when this is over, I’m going to be doing a lot more exercising.) I’ll try these “oatmeal” cookies for sure, and probably many more recipes if the quarantine is extended :) Reply, I got 23 cookies out of this. I used coconut sugar in place of both white & brown sugar, 1 to 1. I really enjoy reading your stories of living in Paris. I used flaked sugared coconut (more sugar) and I used some candied Pecans that I had made (more sugar, coating). Categories: Cookies, Bars & Brownies Recipes, Tags: almonds baking butter chocolate chip chocolate chip cookies cookbook cookie scooper cookies eggs gluten free nuts recipe, Looks yummy. • add chocolate, butter and liquor to a medium heat-proof bowl. I’ve not used any of them but some like Cup4cup and others tell me Bob’s makes a very good baking mix, as does King Arthur. So I made them again, for a forth time, and had identical results to the cookies shown in the post. I’d offer you a marriage proposal in return for cookies, but my wife might be bothered by that. Reply, Your newsletter recommends the King Arthur ingredient weight chart, with 1 cup=120 grams, but this recipe calls for 1/2 cup=70 grams. Reply, Thank you! Line two baking sheets with parchment paper or silicone baking mats. I used 100 grams of butter and my cookies also spread (I’m from Brazil). They are very informative about what is happening in France, and very heartfelt (and, by the way, you look just fine). I live alone so who’s going to eat these? flaky sea salt, such as Maldon or fleur de sel. I have tons of grains and pasta always on hand, but I wanted to make sure I had enough butter, eggs, and flour, which I usually keep well-stocked. Just made them, really good! Remove the bowl from the mixer and fold in the dry ingredients, then the chocolate chips and nuts using a spatula. I shared a picture of the difference in the cookies with and without the addition of coconut. We are all in this together. It’s a bit like an Ottolenghi one I know, but yummy nevertheless. I did write “old-fashioned” oats and you’re right that those instant or quick-cooking oats aren’t the same. Any chance to keep them longer? Off to the kitchen! It was a lot of cookie dough, so I froze about a third for next month. I used to live in Paris and had to got home due to the corona virus crisis and I must say I’m missing it so much. Reply, Usually any sugar around candied nuts doesn’t melt when baking them in cookies or cakes as the internal temperature isn’t hot enough. I wanted to let you know that I veganised it—used a flax egg (1 tbs ground flaxseed + 2.5 tbs water, wait for 15 mins before using) as well as vegan butter. Here is what I am doing: for every cookie I make, I put 50 cents into a jar and after each batch I calculate that donation to a hunger organization (mine is Feed the Children). Made a great ice cream sandwich! Reply, Thank you so much for the feedback, Lori. Your points are well-taken, and I promise to never bake another “flourless chocolate cake” again. 1 1/2 cups (200 grams) semisweet chocolate chips 1 cup (130 grams) walnuts or pecans, toasted and chopped Adjust the oven rack to the top 1/3 of the oven and preheat to 300F (150C). They are amazing as written!! Reply, Yes, you are supposed to. I copied the recipe exactly, using 4oz butter and encountered no problems whatsover. – coconut oil in place of butter (I used 4.5 oz) Glad the solution for you was to find the middle ground :), Sounds like cowboy cookies to me,but I will give them a try, sounds good. I used hazelnuts, coconut, dried tart cherries and chocolate chips. Reply, The different in butterfat in U.S. vs French butter is about 1-2%. Stay healthy & thank you for all of the recipes you share & your stories! Keep writing, everyone. Chewy and so delicious. Scoop the cookie dough into 2-tablespoon (5cm) balls and place 8 balls, spaced 4 inches (10cm) apart, on each of the baking sheets. If anything, I’ll plan on adding butter next time! The trick is to underbake them, which keeps everything soft and moist. Thanks David Reply. I have always loved your recipes, have several of your books and I just got Drinking French and having great fun with virtual happy hour. I Reply, These were so good and the batter was perfect. I’ll let you know how they turn out! Good wishes to all. (I havent had honey roasted peanuts in years since the airlines stopped carrying them #ilovethe80s ) Reply, P.S. Baking times for cookies are always tricky, and for these, it’s especially critical. Your ginger and orbit cakes are staples of our family table, and I delight in your posts and recipes. Thank you! Take good care. Reply, For those who are gluten-free, you can substitute 6 tablespoons (52g) of teff flour for the regular flour. So you are giving back a tiny piece of your great fortune but also keeping a tally on how many cookies you may be snarfing ;>)(you need to chip in for not just the ones you eat but you also need to donate for the other indulgers) Reply, That’s odd they spread out so much. I got about 60 cookies. I used a couple of bars of Lindt Excellence 50% cocoa dark chocolate. They look more like those Lacey Crisp cookies. We became aware of their tremendous efforts to feed the hungry around the world after our daughter started working for them. I thought I had found my favorite chocolate chip cookie recipe already (Rick Martinez’s brown butter chocolate chip cookies), but your recipe reminded me – why have just one? The timing of your chocolate chip kitchen sink cookies recipe ( which instantly reminded me of couple of old books I have stored in my attic from my hippie Mother days, one being “Diet for a small planet, & one being “Recipes for a small planet” which has a chocolate chip kitchen sink cookie recipe that I used to make for my adult children who’re now in their mid 50s albeit different than yours) couldn’t have arrived at a better time as after a week of searching every food store in our area and almost giving up for naught, we finally found a bag of flour! My husband found unsweetened flaked coconut and dried sour cherries for them, also used 6 oz. It’s the best $4.99 I’ve spent. ?, so I had to order on Amazon and have quite a lot of split peas now!!! Reply, Perfect – was planning to make cookies today! I haven’t got room for one in my kitchen and a little exercise never hurt! The dough is impossibly yummy, followed the recipe to a T, but my cookies spread every time :( Any thoughts? And it works like a dream! Reply, I used walnuts and 1/2 cup of oat flour due to a wheat allergy. And i made mine a little smaller but baked them only about 5-6 minutes. Nevertheless, some still had spreading issues. Reply, You can use buckwheat, spelt, or barley flakes. Anyway, thank you for the site and your books! Been married 45 years but lately I’m questioning why I married this man Reply, Karen, it’s not just Paris but nationwide in France that you must carry your attestation. There are those who have a lot more time to analyze these things than I do, who may point out that, 1) These cookies don’t actually have everything in the kitchen in them, and 2) Why would anyone name a dessert after something that wasn’t in it? Use a spring-loaded cookie/ice cream scoop, or your hands, to form 1 1/2-inch (4cm) balls of dough and place them evenly spaced (about 2 1/2-inchs/6cm) apart on the baking sheet. Also if i was going to incorporate some Black chocolate powder would I fiddle with the flour or another ingredient? I checked the link and it works for me. These absolutely brightened my day. This community is a blessing! Quick question–does every Parisian have to carry an attestation for every outing? In July 2009, The Times ran an article by David Leite, a cookbook author and food writer, that chronicled his quest for the perfect chocolate chip … We prefer less-sweet cookies. Reply. The positive posts and thoughts from so many parts of the world are comforting and generate a true sense of community right now when so many of us feel so isolated. Reply, If there was a large amount of coconut, that’s a possibility but the difference is likely less than a tablespoon of sugar, which likely wouldn’t throw the recipe off-balance. AND brilliant idea baking them in muffin tins, especially if you’re making several changes to the recipe, so the cookies stay in their place ;), Appreciate your circling back with your results! I don’t let myself make them unless I’m giving away at least half the batch. I can’t stop eating them! I just love your blog. Great barter in small towns here. My plain old chocolate chip cookies tend to spread more than I like if I don’t use the good butter. I made these step-by-step in my Instagram Stories showing how I measured everything, and how they looked every step of the way…including how they came out. Reply. x Rebecca Reply, Dear David, I didn’t do that for the cookies shown in that photo link and they didn’t spread, but that may help. I am being careful with flour right now, but have all the ingredients on hand and will try this recipe as my project for tomorrow. Please write as often as possible – je vous remercie bien! Reply, I have all of your books…but these cookies? There’s no “approval” process but you need to check a box as to why you are out & about; medical appointment, job-related, or to do essential shopping. Cacao Barry? Get recipes and blog posts sent right to your Inbox! Reply, My cookies looked just like the picture when baked the first day, when baking the rest of the dough the second day they baked up shiny (instead of the dulling look above) plus they didn’t spread as much (and I did bring to room temperature before baking ) . I never knew how happy a bag of oats could make me ; ) Reply, Yes, amazing how thrilled we were to find the oats! Connie and Bonnie: Thanks for your message and that’s interesting that your cookies spread. It’s a challenging time… Reply, These look so interesting, but I’m going to have to throw myself on the mercy of fellow DL fans – I’m allergic to oats! My guess is that the butter amount is substantially off, there’s something off with the grams, or they need to chill first. I first tried them out last week, developing the recipe, and took some pictures to post here along with the recipe. Cover the bowl (or transfer to a smaller container, and cover) and refrigerate the dough at least 3 to 4 hours, or overnight. I would test them again but after 5 times, I don’t know if I could offer any more solutions. I’ve replaced it for other recipes before but never in this part of the recipe (melting butter with chocolate). Thank you David for keeping us upbeat at this trying time with your always cheery newsletters and lovely recipes. Thank you also for your updates and sharing your daily life with us. If you’ve posted a picture somewhere online (on Instagram, etc), please share with a link here – thanks! We could do a virtual Seder on Skype, etc. I wonder if some people are just adding less of the nuts, dried fruit, oatmeal and chocolate? Reply, Happy that I have all your books David!! I keep waiting for one of the food-loving sites I read to run a creative series on what to think through when substituting ingredients, but most seem to just be doing endless variations on pasta and beans. You could also try adding some roasted cocoa nibs, like 1/3 cup or so, to replace the crunch : ) Reply, Thanks for that info, David. About this recipe, I only have wide unsweetened coconut flakes, which I use for granola. You are the King of Cookies in our household and your cookie recipes are in constant rotation, much to my hubby and kids delight! And so it was through this journey of research that I discovered the recipe from David Lebovitz's chocolate chip cookies. A chocolatey chocolate cookie recipe is always welcome. Irish butter (thought it would be similar to French butter) the sweetened flaked coconut and raisins, also chilled the dough. Still very tasty but I would prefer them as they show in the pictures. (From self-quaratine and working on our covid 19(lbs)). Does anyone have a suggestion for alternatives? Maybe the virus is transmittable to computers? Set aside. I ran over to grab a baguette and one of the owners looked so sad, that I nearly started crying. They remind me of the cowboy cookies I made as a kid. To bake the cookies, preheat the oven to 350ºF (180ºC). Thank you for your suggestion. Loved making these cookies with 5 Oz of butter and baked a wee bit longer. And to the perosn who felt you have too many directions He is wrong When all the proper directions are included error is lessened. Georgette Reply, Many thanks for this post. I compromised and put 5 oz of butter. They’re even better on Day2. In a small bowl, whisk together the flour, cinnamon, baking soda, and salt. Your prose keeps me in touch with my most beloved city where I had the good fortune to spend this last Christmas in an apartment right above G. Reply. See more ideas about Desserts, Chocolate desserts, Dessert recipes. Reply. I have a lousy oven and live in the tropics. I don’t have any chocolate chips, but I have tons of bulk 55% chocolate so will make my own chunks. Mixed that up with chocolate chips and cranberries. Thanks for your daily dose of happiness and joy on instagram and on your blog :) Reply. Was. Mine did spread when baking, too, so didnt’ need to push down. David- I love all your recipes and don’t believe there has ever been a flop. Reply, They do. Baking in isolation, I worked with what I had. (Which didn’t happen to my cookies.) When they are very light golden brown (see headnote for more doneness clues) remove the cookies from the oven and use a spatula to flatten down the cookies until they're 1/2-inch (1.5cm) high. Which is fine (less work to do!). Used cranberries and baked for 10 minutes. That was enough endorsement for me. Wonderful post, and wonderful comments. Reply, Thanks for letting me/us know. You can watch it here. I’m off to try them as oatmeal raising cookies without coconut. Reply, I used 4 ounces of butter and refrigerated the formed cookie dough for about an hour. Reply, I used wholemeal barley flour (I always do instead of wheat). I made these with a couple of substitutions to make them gluten free and lower the sugar a bit and had excellent results, so I figured I would share. Will try another day with less butter, not much to do at the moment other than stay in and cook. My kids and husband are still excited to eat them… Reply, I see that all my issues were actually addressed after I printed the recipe. Get recipes and blog posts sent right to your Inbox! That’s an advantage of living in the PNW. I wish I could grab one right out of my screen! Mine was the same. We are sheltering in place and I look forward to your daily life and thoughts to add to my long day. On low speed, mix in the melted chocolate. They may take another minute or so of baking, which would be the only difference. Stay safe and healthy…Blessings, Marianne Reply, Was nice to be featured! Can the flour be replaced with gluten free? But they all turned out fine. PS I have your Drinking French book and am making my way through it as a stay at home project! I used the full 6 oz of butter. I don’t recommend watching it now, though – it’s a little too close to home! There is no approval as such, you download the official government form (widely available now) and self-declare on your honour. What happens to those who don’t have computer access? Instead of the peanuts, I used toasted walnuts. Very tedious I should imagine. Stay safe, healthy & sane everybody! Challenges abound! Greetings from Panama. so forgive if this is mentioned already. chopped bittersweet or semisweet chocolate. I can confirm that I used 6 ounces of butter for the dough. Will a whisk and some serious elbow grease work? Thanks!!! Drinking French Bar Boxes from Slope Cellars and K & L Wine Merchants, the difference in the cookies with and without the addition of coconut, https://www.amazon.com/Chocolate-Chip-Sweets-Celebrated-Favorite/dp/0789329484, https://www.seriouseats.com/2019/10/problems-with-baking-cookies-on-silicone.html. Thank you for this recipe. Frightening times. Much depends on how cold the dough is, oven temperature, baking sheet material (I use restaurant-style baking sheets), and other factors, which merits an entire book, written by someone with a tremendous amount of patience. Our charity of choice food wise is WFP. These look divine!! Closed in the afternoons and Sundays though. Thank you, David, for another outstanding cookie recipe. Reply, Happy you liked them and thanks for letting me know the 4 ounces of butter worked perfectly for you : ) Reply, Here’s a take on Silpat vs parchment regarding spreading of cookies. Reply, I haven’t tried them without but I am sure they would work. I haven’t noticed much different beating American and French butter. Used 4 oz butter, and I refrigerated the dough for 2 hours and had zero issue with spread. I made these cookies today and they were SUPER delicious. Finding recipes that feel like old favorites makes a big difference. I bought some to a neighbor in my building who has been under the weather, and within minutes, my phone lit up with a marriage proposal by text. The first batch I used American butter, sweetened flaked coconut and raisins. Great for sharing with friends and family. While working in the outer suburbs of Chicago in the last few years, I often found myself at a Barnes & Noble or Borders bookstore during lunch, not only because I have a fondness for bookshops but mostly because I discovered that living and working in Switzerland had had a big influence on my lunch-time eating habits. They are so amazing. I appreciate your posts very much. It is a great resource, including recipes, lore, history, sources, anecdotes, manufacture, producers, and botany of cacao (I buy them at Biocoop.) A few noted elsewhere they had that issue. Thanks again. Chilled the dough, zero spreading, and perfect cookie overall. I had a book tour planned but that had to be postponed. I might try them again that way. Glad you like these cookies, too! Reply, David, I picked up your beautiful book at the White Whale bookstore before it closed. <3 Reply, Great recipe David, thanks. Found oats and made them this morning. Of course, if you happen to have in your pocket several which are not dated, if you think you’ll be stopped you might decide to write the date just then, in pencil….. but of course I wouldn’t do that. I have a lousy oven and live in the tropics. I clicked on your link and it says “story unavailable”. Sadly, I have developed gluten intolerance (amongst others) and am wondering if you could suggest substitute for the flour? Yes, steel-cut works! Appreciate you’re letting me glad and very glad your family liked them, too! Was wondering wether it could be the Canadian butter but then just read you had answered that for someone already. Reply, I have my grandmother’s recipe for Kitchen Sink Cookies. Jade made these today and we passed them around to the other boats in the anchorage that are sheltering in place. Side note – you’re so polite. It’s a good-quality mid-range chocolate that I use for testing recipes. They turned out beautifully. And I have made many over the years. Reply, Thank you for the enjoyable post. Thank you for all you do. Reply, Update! David says, "These are the best chocolate cookies I've ever made." Your posts and stories bring back lots of memories of when I used to live there! Yours are refreshing and entertaining. But thanks for chiming in! Holiday Gift Idea! A delicious recipe for Chocolate Chip Chouquettes, adapted from David Lebovitz. I will be making these today. I often suggest pumpkin seeds or roasted cocoa nibs to add crunch. There's a chocolate chip cookie recipe that uses honey in the book "Chocolate Chip Sweets" https://www.amazon.com/Chocolate-Chip-Sweets-Celebrated-Favorite/dp/0789329484 … same thing. Reply, If you do these with almond meal, they’d be perfect for Passover! Reply. I ran over to get a baguette and a loaf of bread. So if you go out to get bread and croissants in the morning, then to walk the dog in the afternoon, that’s two attestations. Thank you for doing it the right way so I don’t have to renumber the steps. Perhaps, that's why? Reply, Thank you for a recipe that uses a small amount of flour….it’s been off the shelves in a lot of stores so I’m trying to make things ‘worthy’ of using it…. Thanks for giving us something to bake while stuck inside here in Lausanne. Sadly, I do not need another vice in my life…but baking cookies whenever I want them seems worth it. Reply, I too was so excited to see this cookie recipe this morning, on the day I planned to bake for a young soul who was going to the grocery store for me today. Thanks for your generosity. Do you have a recommendation for something to substitute for the coconut in a household that cannot eat it? 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