|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.
41 - 50 of 59 for coconut chocolate drop cookies
1. Set the ... side up. 3. Drop the chocolate in the top ... the milk, salt, coconut, nuts, vanilla ... 8. Let the cookies cool for 5-10 ... Makes about 40 cookies.
Winner cookies. One part ... other part red chocolate. Put them ... blend in the coconut. Measure 3/4 cup. Drop from teaspoon 2 ... Otherwise 2 different cookies.
Melt together: Sift ... measuring cup to drop on cookie sheet (for large cookies). Bake at ... teaspoons to make smaller cookies and cook only 7 to 8 minutes.
In small jar ... food coloring. Add coconut and cover and ... Set aside. 24 chocolate covered peppermint patties ... below for assembling cookies using vanilla wafers ... poppy seed and serve.
Preheat oven to ... squares (3 ounce) chocolate (unsweetened) in 1/4 ... 1/2 cup fine coconut and drop by heaping teaspoons ... water or cream if necessary.
Mix together sugar, ... cup peanut butter, coconut, and vanilla. Beat until thick enough to drop off spoon. Drop on wax paper and let set until sets up.
Once butter, sugar, milk and cocoa have boiled, pour over oatmeal and mix well. Drop on oatmeal. Drop onto wax paper by spoonfuls. Let cool until firm. Serve.
In a small ... combine the few drops of water and the green food coloring. Add coconut; cover and ... each with a chocolate-covered peppermint patty. ... seed. Makes 24 cookies.
Blend sugars and ... chips, nuts and coconut. Drop by spoon on ... Bake at 350 degrees for 15 minutes. For true chips, drop by large scoop, 6 to a sheet.
Mix a few drops of water with ... and add the coconut about 1/4 of ... degrees) until the chocolate starts to melt, ... sprinkle on the sesame seeds. Serve.
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