|Coconut Cuisine: Featuring Stevia|
|by Jan London|
Coconut Cuisine provides practical advice on how to use two of nature's prize foods, the noble coconut and the remarkable sweetener stevia.
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Mix all ingredients until the coconut has absorbed the ... Mom was able to retrieve it from her old recipe cards and I'm happy to share it with you! -Beers
Melt butter and mix together. Form into small balls and put in refrigerator. Mix in double boiler: Dip cool candy balls in chocolate mixture and cool.
Mix all ingredients together and knead and shape into balls. Put powdered sugar on board. Place on waxed paper on cookie sheet. Chill overnight. Next ...
Mix all together and roll into small balls and chill. Melt 16 ounce semi-sweet chocolate chips with 1/4 pound paraffin. Dip balls into chocolate with ...
Combine sugar, milk ... blend well. Add coconut and pecans. Mix ... paraffin in double boiler. Roll chilled balls in mixture. Place on wax paper to cool.
For chocolate bon bons, blend in ... Makes 20-25 cookies. Mix: For chocolate icing add 1 square unsweetened chocolate (1 ounce) melted and use 1/4 cup cream.
Mix together the first 6 ingredients and form into balls the size of walnuts. Melt together over water chocolate chips and paraffin. Dip balls into ...
Mix together in bowl let sit in ice box overnight. Next day roll into little balls. Then sit in freezer to get a little firm. Then dip in melted ...
Mix milk, coconut, vanilla and ... In double boiler melt chocolate chips and paraffin. Shape and dunk sugar mixture in chocolate and place on waxed paper.
Mix ingredients well and roll into 3/4 inch balls. Let freeze overnight. Mix the following: 3 1/2 tablespoon paraffin and 1 large package chocolate ...
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