For quick cookie fixes or for gift giving, whisk the dry ingredients and the sugars together in a bowl, then transfer to a jar. When a cookie craving hits, just mix in the coconut oil and yogurt and bake!
These cookies are so versatile...try topping them with coarse sea salt flakes, shredded coconut, almond slivers or chocolate chips.
I've experimented a lot with this recipe. One of the things I have found to make a big difference is the quality of the cocoa. If you can get a good quality cocoa, you'll taste a remarkable difference.
If your yogurt is very tangy, you'll taste that in the finished cookie. I love Fage in this recipe.
When it comes to measuring flour, always use a whisk to stir up your flour before measuring. Otherwise, you'll end up adding much more than the recipe calls for. A scale is a great tool to have as well. I experimented and found that not whisking the flour first, can add up to 25 percent more flour to the recipe.