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beijo de coco da bahia coconut balls


lucia ceresini, a friend from brasil with whose husband i worked while in grad school, graciously shared her recipe with me. when the folks from south american found out i loved coconut, i was the happy recipient of their goodies and recipes.... each and every one of them delicious. btw - the recipe title translates to: "little kiss of bahia's coconut"


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  1. Mix first three ingredients in a microwave-proof mixing bowl
  2. Cook on high for 4 minutes
  3. Stir
  4. Cook on high for additional 4 minutes
  5. Pour mixture on plain cookie sheet w / sides
  6. Let cool slightly
  7. Make small balls out of the cooled mixture and roll in coconut

Step 7

Total Time in Minute 28

Ingredients Count 4

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Sweetened coconut

Sweetened condensed milk

Granulated sugar


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