|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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Cream butter, milk, ... until fluffy. Add coconut and pecans. Mix ... stiff. Shape into balls. Put on ... Dip balls, refrigerate. Approximately 6 dozen.
Mix milk, powdered sugar, softened butter, coconut and pecans. Roll in balls. Dip in chocolate. Melt paraffin in double boiler and chocolate chips.
Melt butter; pour ... large bowl, mix coconut and sugar until ... well. Shape into balls 1/4 inch in ... paraffin wax and chips; dip balls into mixture.
Melt butter and ... Brand milk over coconut. Mix well, ... pecans. Roll into balls and dip in ... paraffin in top of double boiler. Yields: about 125 pieces.
Pour sugar in ... blend well. Add coconut and pecans. Shape into one inch balls. In a ... into the mixture using a toothpick. Place on wax paper to harden.
Mix together sweetened ... Add powdered sugar, coconut and chopped pecans. ... Roll into small balls and refrigerate (1 ... place on buttered waxed paper.
Melt butter, add ... milk, powdered sugar, coconut and pecans. Mix ... if desired. Let balls stand about 30 ... second to harden. Set on wax paper to cool.
Pour butter over ... mix. Roll into balls. Refrigerate for ... double boiler: 1 paraffin wax (3/4 slab wax) Keep chocolate mixture warm during entire time.
Have butter at ... Add pecans and coconut and mix well. With hands, roll into balls and put into ... on wax paper. Let candy set. Makes about 140 balls.
Mix first 4 ... form bite sized balls. Put onto ... double boiler. Dip coconut balls into melted ... place onto waxed paper. Let cool and coating harden.
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