|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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Cut candy in small pieces. ... pecans. Combine candy, coconut milk, pecans and ... sheets. Allow to dry. Store in tightly covered container. Makes about 200.
Mix cake mix ... buttermilk. Then add candy, nuts, dates and coconut. Bake in ... tested done. Bake in a preheated oven at 375 degrees. Top with orange glaze.
Cream sugar and ... Fold in dates, coconut, nuts and candy. (Chop candy ... orange juice and 1 cup sugar. Refrigerate overnight before removing from pan.
Cream butter and ... toss fruit, nuts, candy and coconut and stir to ... wrap and chill overnight. Remove from pan next day. Store air tight. Freezes well.
Mix sugar, vanilla, ... together. Add the coconut, candied cherries ... melted over a double boiler. Place candy on waxed paper. Makes about 200 pieces.
Prepare a head of time the orange candy (cut into pieces), ... the large flake coconut. Place into ... and place in refrigerator. Will keep indefinitely.
Mix and chill overnight. Roll into small balls and dip into candy bark.
Mix all ingredients for candy together with hands. ... hours. Melt chips and wax in double boiler. Dip balls with fork and place on waxed paper to cool.
Sift together flour and 1/2 teaspoon soda. Combine candy, dates, nuts and coconut. Add 1/2 ... remove from pan, put in hot water 5 minutes. Refrigerate.
In large mixer ... cups powdered sugar, coconut, butter, salt, ... remaining almond bark to decorate. Store refrigerated. Makes about 5 1/2 dozen candies.
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