Meyer Lemon Cheesecake Coconut Cookies

Catalina Castravet
By Catalina Castravet
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Meyer Lemon Cheesecake Coconut Cookies are decadent and elegant, taste delicious and are loaded with white chocolate chunks.

We love coconut deserts that are tasty and easy to make like No Bake Almond Joy Roll and Coconut Avocado Lime Bars.

Meyer Lemon Cheesecake Coconut Cookies

Cheesecake Coconut Cookies

Cheesecake Coconut Cookies are loaded with white chocolate chucks and glaze, and topped with toasted coconut. These cookies are soft and dense, while the toasted coconut adds some subtle elegance that makes them a perfect Mother’s Day gift.

They totally scream spring to me, the lemon flavor is fresh and bright but not overpowering. The white chocolate chunks are a nice surprise and the glaze on top is the perfect addition to keep all that sweet tropical coconut on top. If you are a cheesecake and coconut fan, this combo is the perfect flavor to experience in one bite.

Best Cheesecake Coconut Cookies

Why You’ll Love These Cheesecake Coconut Cookies:

  • Firstly, they are rich and chocolaty and are a show stopper dessert.
  • Also, they are easy to find ingredients and minimum prep work and dishes to clean.
  • Perfect for brunch parties and for bigger crowds.
  • Easy for special events like Mother’s Day.
  • Perfect desert for coconut lovers.
  • In addition, they can be made 1 or 2 days in advance so you don’t have to worry about a last minute dessert.

Easy Cheesecake Coconut Cookies

How to make lemon zest?

Follow the easy steps below:

  • First, rinse the lemon.
  • Next, set your tool over a cutting board. A microplane produces a very fine zest, perfect for baking and cooking. If you don’t have a microplane, use the smallest holes on an ordinary grater.
  • Then, grate the yellow skin of the lemon only. Grate just enough to get through the yellow skin, so you can avoid the bitter white pith underneath.
  • Rotate the lemon and repeat. Once the white pith is exposed, rotate the lemon and zest the next strip of peel. Repeat until most of the peel is removed, or until you have enough zest for your recipe.

Can you freeze the Cheesecake Coconut Cookies?

Cool the Cheesecake Coconut Cookies completely. Fully wrap the bars in plastic wrap, tightly. After that wrap in aluminum foil or place in freezer bags. Freeze for up to 3 months. Defrost before serving.

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Cheesecake Coconut Cookies

Meyer Lemon Cheesecake Coconut Cookies are decadent and elegant, taste delicious and are loaded with white chocolate chunks.

Author: Catalina Castravet Serves: 14 servings
Prep time: 1 hour Cook time: 30 minutes Total time: 1 hr 30 mins

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Nutrition information

Calories: 459 Carbohydrates: 51 Protein: 5 Fat: 27 Saturated Fat: 18 Cholesterol: 45 Sodium: 246 Potassium: 231 Fiber: 3 Sugar: 36 Vitamin A: 350 Vitamin C: 0.3 Calcium: 111 Iron: 1.8
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Lynn | The Road to Honey

Ha! Ha! I saw your comment on the neighbors pounding on the door for these cookies and I thought I better not make them. But who can resist all these wonderful flavor combinations. . . so instead I will just lock they doors and pull the curtains tightly shut. The cookies look delicious and I love your styling.

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Hi Lynn, good idea, locking the doors may work :) thanks for stopping by.

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Rachelle @ Beer Girl Cooks

Wow! These cookies have so much flavor going on and they're so pretty! And your photos are stunning!

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Thanks Rachelle, you just made my day :)

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CakePants

Wow, these look amazing!! Lemon, coconut, and white chocolate sound like an unbeatable combination.

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Thank you, they taste amazing too, the combo is to die for!

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J.S. @ Sun Diego Eats

AHhhhh these look amazing!!! Like a holiday in cookie form. Cream cheese is really under used in baked goods. It makes the most amazing pound cake so I can only imagine what its like in cookies :)

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I would love the recipe for that pound cake, is it on your blog?

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