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Coconut Drops With Your Tea.

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41 Responses to “Coconut Drops With Your Tea.”

  1. Gerry says:

    Hi Chris, are these scones or cakes – or indeed ‘biscuits’, and do you eat them spread with butter?

  2. Jean Gordon says:

    Hi Chris:
    I was reading the recipe for your Coconut Drops, and I noticed that there is one error with the butter. A stick of butter weighs 4 ounces, so 2 ounces or 4 tablespoons are 1/2 a stick. 1/4 of a stick is only 1 ounce, and that does not seem enough for the amount of flour stated in the recipe. Please rectify your recipe. Thank you. Jean Gordon.

  3. Hillie says:

    Thanks for the recipe. Have been looking for it a long time. Will definitely try it with fresh grated coconut.

  4. Pinky says:

    One more question:D Does it really matter in which order I mix the ingredients? Or can i follow the pattern of: butter+sugar, then wet stuff, then dry stuff. Thank you for whoever answers. I don’t want to waste time doing fancy stuff.

  5. Pinky says:

    Can replace the water with milk? Thanks for the great recipe. My aunty used to give us something like this, but they were called ‘chocolate chip’ drops. ;D

  6. Kathy-Ann Charles says:

    Just made a batch of these delicious drops. They came out great…as all your recipes usually do.

  7. Sandra says:

    Hi Chris thanks for sharing this recipe with the world. I was taught to make it as a young girl by my mom and still make it quite often today for my children as it is one of my favourite snacks.

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