Coconut Christmas Tree


This Christmas Tree is dedicated to all of my readers, family and friends.
May they all have a Merry Christmas!!
Thank you for all your love and support!
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Coconut Christmas Tree
Serves 16 small portions

Ingredients
130gr egg white (4 egg whites)
15gr light brown sugar (1 tbsp)
5gr vanilla sugar (1 sachet)
60gr shredded coconut
100gr chocolate (any type you wish)
¼ tsp orange essence


Preparation Method
1) With an electric mixer beat the egg whites with the sugar and the vanilla to form a stiff meringue.
2) Gently mix in the shredded coconut and form 16 small balls (ping pong size balls).
3) Bake in a preheated oven for 5 minutes at 180ºC and then continue baking for another 6 minutes at 150ºC. Allow to cool on a wire rack.
4) Melt the chocolate; mix in the orange essence.
5) On a flat surface form the 1st layer of the tree. Cover with chocolate and continue the process until you form the Christmas Tree. Decorate with candies of your choice.

Comments

  1. Oooh! My kind of yummy :)

    Buzzed!

    And Merry Christmas :)

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  2. Most delicious-looking tree I've ever seen! Happy Holidays!

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  3. Merry Christmas to you Eftychia, thank you for the kind words!

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  4. It looks delicious!:) Yummyyyyyyyyyy
    We don't celebrate Christmas, but we have Hanukkah now
    Have a wonderful holiday Eftychia!:)

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  5. Oh, yeah...this is my kind of Christmas tree! Yummy coconut cookies drizzled with chocolate....mmmmmmmmm. Merry Christmas, my friend! xo

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  6. The coconut cookies look fabulous with the chocolate ganache running down. Wishing you and your family a Happy New Year, with health, joy, happiness and success in whatever you are doing.

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  7. Wow - coconut and chocolate? YUM! Beautifully done and such a lovely presentation! Merry Christmas!

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  8. What a fun Christmas dessert! Merry Christmas to you Eftychia. Thank you as well for all of your support. I hope you had a wonderful holiday. :)

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  9. Somehow my comments for this ended up under the Magicians hat post. Anyhow I am glad to have you as a friend and look forward to more of your amazing creations in the coming year. Thanks for all your support in the past months. Enjoy the season!

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  10. Ooooh - that recipe looks so good. It's a macaroon tree! :)

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  11. Yum! I love coconut & Chocolate~ Happy Holidays to you :)

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  12. How cute! Home made Bounty (the chocolat bar brand)! :) Mmmmm...

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  13. Ooooo, I bet the orange essence was amazing!

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  14. This festive cake has us drooling!!! Happy holidays!!!

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  15. Yum! Hope you had a good Christmas. Happy New Year, my talented friend.

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