|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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Melt chips over ... Blend sugar, then coconut and vanilla. Chill. Form into small balls. Roll in more coconut. Variation: nuts can be substituted for coconut.
Dissolve sugar in ... is formed add coconut and continue stirring. ... Add butter and remove pan from heat. Drop by spoonfuls on wax paper to desired size.
Cook potatoes and mash. Add butter, coconut and vanilla. Stir ... chocolate, melted. Pour on top and put in a cool place for two hours, then cut in squares.
In a large ... Then add sugar, coconut, and pecans. ... vegetable spray. Put candy mixture into pan ... covered containers. Will keep well in refrigerator.
Bring the milk ... the powdered sugar, coconut, vanilla, and ... paraffin over water; dip each one in the chocolate. Cool. I place them on waxed paper to cool.
Mix together hot mashed potatoes, butter, sugar, flavorings, and coconut. Blend well. Shape into small balls and roll in cinnamon.
In a mixing ... tartar; let cool. When cool, beat until creamy smooth. Add coconut. Mix until thick. Pour into buttered square pan, chill. Cut into squares.
Combine sugar, milk, butter, nuts, coconut and vanilla. Mix ... in top of double boiler. With toothpick dip each ball in chocolate mixture. Chill on tray.
Mix coconut, nuts, 2 packages of the Jello and milk. Chill well. Roll into small balls and then roll in remaining Jello.
Mix softened butter ... milk together. Add coconut and pecans; stir. ... until melted. Dip balls in mixture until covered and return to foil. Refrigerate.
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