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White Chocolate Coconut Candy (Raffaello Copycat)

White Chocolate Coconut Candy (Raffaello Copycat) - 4 ingredient cousin of the famous candy these are easy and quick to make, oh and very delicious! | @Letthebakingbgn

from Roti n Rice

Coconut Candy

Coconut Candy, a delightfully sweet and tasty treat that is sure to please. Make ahead and store in air tight jars for up to 3 weeks in the refrigerator. |


Coconut Ice sweets are a traditional English candy that require no baking and are very quick and easy to make! Children love to make these too!...


Homemade Raffaello Almond Coconut Candies ~ Easy to make and a nice sweet treat... The flavour of coconut blended with delicious crunchy almonds make for a great tasting candy.

from Sweet & Savory by Shinee

Cocadas- Mexican Coconut Candies

Chewy, sweet coconut heaven! These delightful coconut candies are must-have dessert for your Cinco de Mayo party!

from BBC Good Food

Coconut ice squares

Retro, yes, but is there anything prettier or more delicious than coconut ice? More delicious (and sugary) still made with sweetened shredded coconut rather than desiccated, but otherwise this recipe works well.

from Creative Southern Home

Easy Coconut Candy

5-ingredients and a few minutes are all you need to make this delicious, award winning coconut candy.

from The Gold Lining Girl

Two-Ingredient Mexican Coconut Candy

Coconut candy baked to golden perfection - only 2 ingredients! Lots of coconutty deliciousness, and they’re incredibly soft and chewy.

from Roti n Rice

Coconut Candy

Delightfully sweet and tasty cubes of Coconut Candy made with dried grated coconut when freshly grated coconut is not available. Video included.| Roti n Rice


Coconut Candy Ball Ingredients 1 stick butter 1 can Eagle Brand milk 14 oz. flake coconut 2 (1 lb.) boxes powdered sugar melting chocolate Instructions • In a medium saucepan, melt butter, stir in milk, then remove from heat. Stir in coconut and nuts. Add sugar, mixing well. Form mixture into small balls. chill. then dip in melted chocolate