|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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Mix all of the above ingredients thoroughly. Chill for 1 hour. Shape into strawberries. Roll in the candied red sugar. Insert a green tinted sliver ...
Cream butter and ... vanilla. Mix dates, candy, nuts and coconut with 1/4 of ... Refrigerate cake wrapped in aluminum foil at least one day before serving.
1. Make ice ... roll in crushed candy and coconut. 3. Put ... When ready to serve, put each snowball in small dish or cup and pour chocolate sauce on top.
Cream butter and ... vanilla. Mix dates, candy, nuts and coconut with 1/4 cup ... cutting, wrap cake in foil and refrigerate at least one day before serving.
Cut candy into small pieces. ... good. Put back in and cook 15 minutes longer. Take out, let cool completely. Then make small balls, roll in powdered sugar.
Preheat oven to ... Add pecans and coconut. Toss to ... for at least 2 weeks. This cake is very rich, so serve as candy-sized pieces. Great at Christmas!
Combine coconut and butter. Press ... a saucepan, melt candy in coffee over ... You may decorate with dollops of Cool Whip, slivered almonds and chocolate.
Cream butter and ... Add vanilla. Mix candy, nuts, dates and coconut with 1/4 cup ... syrup over hot cake as it comes out of oven leave in pan until cold.
Melt butter in ... evenly. Sprinkle on coconut. Distribute candied ... wire rack before cutting in 1 1/2 inch squares. Remove from pan. Makes 70 squares.
Cream butter with ... (or dates) and candy pieces. Add to batter with coconut, pour into ... wrap in foil. Will keep in refrigerator 2 weeks. Freezes well.
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