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Coconut Spice Cookie Recipe, Puerto Rican Coquito Inspired

Coconut Spice Cookie Recipe, Puerto Rican Coquito Inspired

How to make coconut flavored cutout cookies. This recipe was inspired by coquito (pronounced like ko-key-tow) a holiday drink from Puerto Rico, it's a blend of coconut milk and cream, condensed milk, cinnamon, spices, and rum. Here we omitted the alcohol and used toasted coconut flakes for a richer flavor. A unique cookie flavor that's a hit all year around!
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