4 Reviews

This was good. I did it the easy way though...I made them into bars. I lined a loaf pan with waxed paper, poured in half of the chocolate, layered in the coconut and almonds and covered it with the rest of the chocolate. I didn't even wait for any of it to harden...though I had to be very gentle when assembling this. BUT it worked. Just had to cut them apart and enjoy! Thanks for the great recipe!

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ChocolateMousse April 25, 2012

This is a very good tasting candy. Very much like the real thing. I followed the recipe exactly and found that it was to soupy. After chilling forever it was still to soupy. I could barely roll into a ball and when I dunked them in the chocolate they just fell apart. I ended up spooning the chocolate over the candy leaving the bottom uncovered. With a modification to the recipe I will make this again. I will use more coconut next time. Make sure your mixture is on the dryer side and you should have no problem.

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Pumpkin's Cookin' December 18, 2007

We LOVE LOVE LOVE this recipe, thanks for sharing!!

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viscountessdemsre December 19, 2008

everyone loved this. Taste like a almond Joy... Yummy

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fallsinn December 21, 2007
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