|Frozen Drinks: With or Without the Buzz|
|by Bruce Weinstein|
A hot day, a soft breeze, and a tall, cool drink in your hand . . . No longer just vacation-time treats, dozens of irresistible, frosty concoction...
Tip: Try coconut snowballs for more results.
1 - 10 of 12 for frozen coconut snowballs
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Mix first 5 ingredients. Form mixture into small balls. Roll balls in coconut or walnuts or both. Refrigerate.
Soften butter; thaw ... Mix everything except coconut. Wet hands ... make balls the size of large marbles. Roll each ball in coconut. Keep in refrigerator.
Mix crumbs melted ... consistency. Roll balls in milk mixture, then in coconut. Let dry. Store ... container, confection improves after days in storage.
ICE CREAM BALLS: ... each ball in coconut to coat completely. ... freeze immediately. When frozen, place ice ... candle, very elegant yet very simple to make.
Mix coconut pudding with 3 ... package directions and stir into cooled pudding. Pour over cake and strawberries. Sprinkle coconut on top. Chill overnight.
Line a 12 ... with foil and refrigerate 1 or 2 days. To serve, flip onto serving plate and frost with remaining whipped cream and sprinkle with coconut.
Dissolve gelatin in ... this. Refrigerate overnight. When ready to serve, turn upside down and frost with small Cool Whip. Sprinkle with coconut on top.
Shape ice cream into balls and freeze in tin foil. Unwrap and serve in coblets, adding heated chocolate sauce and topping with coconut.
Dissolve Knox in ... cake into bite-size pieces; arrange in large pan and pour mixture over cake pieces. Cover with coconut, if desired. Chill overnight.
Dissolve gelatin in ... Dream Whip and coconut. Ready to ... 1/2 package of frozen coconut. Anymore I find is wasted as it falls off when the cake is out.
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