on April 20, 2012
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I love coconut! I love it! However, no one in my house does.
Bring on all those coconutty links.
This post was written by LW who has written 166 posts on French Fridays with Dorie.
Nana nailed it !
I took this to the Gym as a mini-muffin breakfast treat. Everyone enjoyed! I love coconut.
We loved these!
Yummy! Similar to Filipino puto!
These were so much better than I expected them to be!
I love coconut and loved these!
These surprised me!
Perfection enjoyed in Hong Kong
Coconut Friands – They will bring a little sweetness to your life
Surprised me too. Lovely crisy crust on top!
Lovely little teacakes!
This recipe is one of my favorites,,,very simple yet incredibly good.
Oh Kris, I am sad to say that I have more and more trouble trying to post on your blog. But wanted to say that I am very sorry to hear about your son’s accident and I hope that he mends soon. Sometimes baking really is the best distraction from life’s little trials.
I didn’t actually have any, but those who did eat them really liked them…
The perfect end to a Friday brunch!
I added cranberries to it….the tartness from the fruit gave the friands a refreshing taste. Great for parties and children will love these coconut friands as much as the adults. Love it and I will bake this again for sure :)
I ran out of dried shredded coconut so I used macapuno, a gelatinous variety of “mutant” coconut from the Philippines. And I topped my friands with red-fleshed dragon fruit! So easy and delicious :)
Loved these delicious little cakes!
I’m finally joining in after lurking for a few months. These were really easy and yummy with jam.
I do not like coconut at all. No one in my house does. I cheated. My sister made them, and she’s guest blogging for me today. Her family loved them.
I honestly didn’t know what to expect from this recipe and I ended up loving it. Another one to file under the ever growing ”I never would have made this if it wasn’t for FFwD” category…
These were so good! I’m traveling so I’m a bit late posting this.
we loved these!
I’m back and playing catch up! Loved these:)
Yum – need to make more!
Just what I needed today
Simple and delicious!
Quick, easy, and yummy!
I loved these!
Its very annoying but I can’t leave a comment on any wordpress blog!
This has been quite fitting for our 100 degree weather this week! Loved this…serving at my Food 52 Make Mozzarella Potluck tomorrow (now that will be an experience!)
shoot, I keep looking too early for the lyl post! Well here it is – loved them. Very similar to macaroons!
I feel like you either love coconut or hate it and apparently, Pierce loves it, (although, I did not capture the moment of him taking another and yet another to eat as I was taking pictures!)
Loved these, but a little behind on my writing. Will post tomorrow.
These were very good and so pretty!
Made it in just under the wire!
Maybe I was too busy eating these instead of writing about them.
Blah, I am in Vegas and only just figured out how to link this!
This was a hit at our house!
Happy Saturday to all and I am always so happy when I participate. Had some fun with these – adding lime zest and chocolate. They seemed a bit too buttery to me but the bittersweet chocolate and dusting of add’l zest on top helped. What doesn’t taste even better with chocolate? I can see why Dorie suggests adding fresh fruit. It would be a nice counterpoint. But my 17 year old that loves coconut gave them a huge thumbs up!
And finally, my post! http://dammititsfrench.blogspot.com/2012/04/french-fridays-with-dorie-coconut.html
Everyone here loved these. http://tsimmisthyme.wordpress.com/2012/04/22/ffwd-coconut-friands/
I liked these a lot, and so very easy! http://MissBlossomBakes.wordpress.com
Better late than never. Better late than never.
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