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Hi Chris, are these scones or cakes – or indeed ‘biscuits’, and do you eat them spread with butter?
wow.. excellent question. The texture of scones, but with a creamy sweet undertone.
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.
Thanks for the recipe. Have been looking for it a long time. Will definitely try it with fresh grated coconut.
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.
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
Thanks. Will do
Just made a batch of these delicious drops. They came out great…as all your recipes usually do.
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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