|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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Crush vanilla wafers ... Using mixer, cream orange juice, sugar and ... mixture into bite-size balls and roll in coconut or pecans. Refrigerate ... made ahead and frozen.
Roll wafers into ... crumbs, nuts, frozen orange juice concentrate (still ... Form into small balls and roll in coconut. Keep refrigerated. Makes 40 balls.
Blend thoroughly first ... Gradually add enough orange juice to achieve desired consistency. Shape into balls about the size ... each ball in coconut. Store in ... a tightly sealed container.
Crush vanilla wafers. Combine butter, orange juice concentrate, powdered ... and vanilla wafers. Mix together; shape into 1 inch balls and roll in coconut.
Blend thoroughly first ... Gradually add enough orange juice to achieve desired consistency. Shape into balls about the size ... each ball in coconut. Store in ... Yield: 60 to 65.
Let orange juice and butter ... temperature. Mix with 1 box confectioners' sugar. Add crushed vanilla wafers and broken nuts. Roll into balls and roll in coconut.
Mix wafers, butter, orange juice and nuts together. Roll into small balls, then roll in coconut. Chill.
Mix crushed wafers, sugar and nuts. Add orange juice and melted butter. Mix well and form into small balls. Roll each ball in coconut. Makes at least 60.
Roll crackers; defrost ... Add sugar and orange juice alternately, then ... rolled to small balls, then roll lightly in coconut. (You can ... Yield over 4 dozen.
Crush wafers, add butter and thawed orange juice. Mix well. Add confectioners sugar and as many pecans as desired. Roll into balls and roll in fresh coconut.
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