Are you having a cookie craving, but can’t decide what kind you want?  How about chocolate chip, cherry or coconut?  Let’s see…I think a 3-in-1 cookie will do the trick.  These cookies are perfect for those times when your taste buds are indecisive and you’re craving a special sweet treat.  With only four ingredients in this recipe, you’ll have three separate cookies all rolled into one ready in no time at all.  You can break each one off individually or take a bite of two flavors together.  There’s no wrong way to eat this cookie.  My favorite way is to bite between two flavors at once.  Just think, you can say you ONLY had one cookie when you really had three.  My hubby calls these trifecta cookies…I kind of like that name!

These cookies were a hit and now it’s time to dream up more 3-in-1 flavors.  You never know what I might come up with next.  Happy Baking!

This post is linked to Mingle Monday, Crazy Sweet Tuesday, Cast Party Wednesday, Sweet Treats Thursday, I’m Lovin it Fridays, Flour on my Face Monday, Taste and Tell Thursdays

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8 Responses to Chocolate Cherry Coconut Cookies

  1. What a great idea! I’m totally trying this. Thanks for sharing on Crazy Sweet Tuesday!

  2. Kimby says:

    Robin, I like the way you think — and bake! These cookies will definitely solve my “which one” dilemma. :)

  3. Heather says:

    I would love for you to link this recipe up to my Famous Linkz Party! These cookies look so so good!
    http://www.made-famous-by.com

    Hugs,
    Heather aka Made Famous By

  4. Mindie says:

    OMG what a cool cookie, that’s me I can never decide what I want. Love the 3 cookies in one. I would love for you to share at Bacon Time fri-monday. I am also hosting a Valentine contest with some cool prizes.

  5. Mindie says:

    Featuring on Thursday at Bacon Time :)

  6. That is such a fantastic Idea! What a good way to satisfy all cravings!!!

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