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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
Combine ingredients for ... add 3 tsp. coconut extract. Mix according ... paper to cool. Repeat this step until mixture is gone. Makes about 60-70 bon bons.
Cream together butter and milk, and add coconut and sugar. Refrigerate ... flavored chocolate. Yield: depending on size of balls, makes about 100 Bon Bons.
Melt butter and add milk, sugar, coconut flakes and vanilla. ... 2 hours. Use food color in first mixture for variation. Add any flavoring you like also.
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.
Boil syrup. Remove from heat. Add coconut, stir until ... balls and place on wax paper and refrigerate for 15 minutes. Remove from paper and refrigerate.
Combine sugar, butter, coconut and milk. Shape ... together, in top of double boiler. Dip balls into chocolate mixture and place on waxed paper to cool.
Combine butter and ... Add powdered sugar, coconut, and pecans; ... Melt in a double broiler over hot water. As you dip the candy, keep over warm water.
Mix butter and sugar. Add Eagle Brand, coconut and nuts. Chill ... Nestle's semi-sweet morsel with paraffin added. Makes a lot. Uses 3 or 4 pounds of chocolate.
Mix powdered sugar, ... 1 can of coconut. Use a ... paper. Melt chocolate and paraffin. Dip, then place on wax paper. These candy balls will freeze well.
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