Coconut joys
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Coconut joys
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Last updated 6/12/2012 1:02:01 AM. Recipe ID 25430. Report a problem with this recipe.
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      Title: Coconut joys
 Categories: Cookies, Holiday, Usenet
      Yield: 3 Dozen
    1/4 lb Butter (or margarine)
      3 c  Coconut
           -(one standard package)
      2 c  Powdered sugar
      2 oz Chocolate (unsweetened),
           -melted (2 squares)
  Melt butter in a sauce pan.  Remove from heat.  Add powdered sugar and
  coconut.  Mix well.
  Shape rounded teaspoons of mixture into balls.  Make an indent in
  center of each and place on cookie sheet.  Fill centers with melted
  chocolate.  Chill until firm.  Store in refrigerator.
  *  Super-sweet, super-rich holiday cookies -- This is an easy recipe
  that can knock your socks off for flavor and sweetness. In other
  words, it will make your teeth fall out.
  *  We use sweetened coconut and also use semi-sweet chocolate.  This
  is why they make your teeth fall out.
  *  I tried an approach of melting the stick of margarine using the
  microwave on full for 48 seconds. While it was melting, I measured and
  mixed up the dry ingredients. I then poured half the liquid over the
  premixed coconut-sugar mixture; mixed some and poured in the
  remainder. This worked well for me, but my wife insists that the
  listed method is easier.
  *  Your clean thumb is the best way to make the indentations.
  *  Be sure to keep them in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
  : Difficulty:  easy.
  : Time:  30 minutes preparation, 1 hour chilling.
  : Precision:  approximate measurement OK.
  : John Daleske
  : AT&T Bell Laboratories, Columbus, Ohio, USA
  : {cbosgd,cbatt}!cbdkc1!daleske

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Recipe ID 25430 (Apr 03, 2005)

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