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from Chicago, IL Brasilian Candy 1 can (14 oz) sweetened condensed milk 1 cup of grated coconut ½ cup of coconut milk 3 egg yokes 40 cloves to decorate. Over medium-low heat, stir vigorously the sweetened condensed milk, grated coconut and egg yokes. Cook the mixture until it thickens enough to show the pan bottom during stirring. Pour the mixture in a greased dish and let it cool to room temperature. Take small amounts of the mixture with a teaspoon and make 1 ½ inch balls. Roll the balls over granulated sugar to decorate and stuck a clove on the ball. Hint: Grease your hands with margarine to make the balls easily. Place the balls in candy cups to serve. They are great for birthday parties. Makes 40 candies.

Beijinho de Coco


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ethnicity: south american
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(posted October 1, 2003)

from Chicago, IL

Brasilian
Candy

1 can (14 oz)
sweetened condensed milk
1 cup of grated
coconut
½ cup of
coconut milk
3
egg yokes
40 cloves to decorate.

Over medium-low heat, stir vigorously the
sweetened
condensed
milk, grated coconut and egg yokes.

Cook the mixture until it thickens enough to show the
pan bottom during stirring.

Pour the mixture in a greased dish and let it cool to
room
temperature. Take small amounts of the mixture with a teaspoon and make 1 ½ inch balls.

Roll the balls over
granulated
sugar to decorate and stuck a clove on the ball.

Hint:
Grease your hands with margarine to make the balls easily.

Place the balls in
candy cups to serve.
They are great for birthday parties.

Makes 40 candies.



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