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February 24, 2008


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This sounds really delicious!! I'll try this one for sure. I just have to buy all the fancy extracts that this requires. Can't wait to taste them - yummo!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

With the exception of the lime extract (that's a story in itself), you can get everything in your standard grocery store. I surprised myself with this's really good. And if you like this pina colada cookie, you'll like my Hawaii's similar but without the rum and with the addition of white and semi-sweet chocolate chips, chopped macadamia nuts, and a hint of coffee.


Let's just say that if anyone needs any lime extract, just give us a call...


Ohmigod, these sound heavenly!! I think I just might have to venture into the kitchen, fire up the super-sonic oven, and make some of these bad boys! Can't wait to hear the story behind the lime extract.

Gloria Seales

When your recipe says "coconut extract" is it "coconut flavoring" or "coconut extract." I can find the coconut flavoring, but not the extract. Also, can lemon extract (which I can find easily) be used instead of lime extract, which is not available here in Houston. Thanks!

Oatmeal Cookie Guy

Hi, Gloria. Thanks for writing in! The coconut flavoring/extract I use is McCormick's imitation coconut extract. (See picture at right.) I know that's not very definitive--not clearly an extract or a flavoring--so I think it would be fine for you to use coconut flavoring because that's what you have access to. As for a lime extract, feel free to replace it with lemon extract or even lime juice. It's such a small amount--1 teaspoon--that either one of these replacements will work fine. I hope this helps. Happy baking!

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