|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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In large bowl ... Then fold in coconut, flavoring and ... sheets. Shape into mounds and bake 10-18 ... placed on top of each cookie before baking if you wish.
Melt butter in ... stir in sugar, coconut and milk. Drop ... refrigerator. Melt chocolate and paraffin wax. Shape mounds and then use tongs and dip into chocolate.
Mix sugar, shortening, ... Remove from oven and sprinkle with coconut and pour condensed milk over top. Bake 15 minutes more. Frost with chocolate frosting.
Heat corn syrup until thin. Pour over coconut and mix well. ... chocolate. NOTE: The coconut can be found at cake decorating specialty stores around the holidays.
Combine mashed potatoes, sugar, coconut and almond extract ... a skewer and dip into chocolate mixture. Place on a cookie sheet and chill until hardened.
In a mixing ... the milk, pecans, coconut and vanilla; mix ... frozen for up to 3 months before dipping in chocolate. Thaw in refrigerator before dipping.
Melt butter in ... stir in sugar, coconut, and milk. ... refrigerator. Melt chocolate and paraffin wax. Shape mounds and then use tongs and dip into chocolate.
Mix sugar, condensed milk, nuts, coconut and butter. Mix ... into chocolate mixture. Cool on waxed paper. Spoon chocolate into holes left by toothpicks.
Melt butter and cool. Add powdered sugar, milk, coconut and vanilla. Press ... waxed paper. Chocolate Glaze: Melt chocolate chips and paraffin together.
Mix sugar, milk, vanilla, salt and coconut. Add melted ... toothpick. Chill 30 minutes. Melt chocolate and paraffin in double boiler. Dip and cool on wax paper.
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