|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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Boil all ingredients except the coconut slowly for one ... 310°F. Pour into a buttered pan after the coconut has been added. When cool, cut into squares.
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
In a small ... bowl containing the coconut and coconut oil ... filling or use in the Almond Joy mold or to dip into chocolate. East to make, very good.
Preheat oven to ... a bag of coconut on cookie sheet ... Spoon into little candy cups. Chill. Repeat ... remaining coconut and other bag of chocolate chips.
Mix all ingredients together. Roll. Lay on buttered wax paper. Let cool. Melt 1 large bag of semi sweet chocolate morsels with one block of paraffin. ...
Mix sugar, coconut, melted butter, ... 1 box semi-sweet chocolate with 1/2 block paraffin. Dip balls in it, using a fork. Place on waxed paper to harden.
Sift powdered sugar, add coconut. Melt butter ... out into small balls and let cool. When cool drop in chocolate mixture with a toothpick. Makes 5 pounds.
Mix sugar, butter, milk, and coconut in large bowl. ... wax. Then dip the balls into the melted chips and wax mixture. This makes about 5 pounds of candy.
Combine cream, sugar ... saucepan. Cook to 238 degrees for 12 minutes, stirring constantly. Add vanilla and coconut. Cool and ... onto a buttered platter.
In a medium ... heat. Stir in coconut and nuts. Add ... instead of the wax; the wax is only used when tempered chocolate is not available or for convenience.
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