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Heavenly Irish Potatoes (Gluten-Free)

This recipe comes to us from Kathy Bennett.

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Ingredients:
½ pound softened butter
8 ounce softened cream cheese
2 tablespoons vanilla extract
5 tablespoons sweetened condensed milk
3.5 ounce can Baker’s coconut
2 pounds 10x sugar
Cinnamon

Directions (By Hand):
Mix butter and cream cheese
Gradually add in vanilla - mix well
Gradually add in condensed milk - mix well
Gradually add in sifted 10x sugar - mix well
Mix in the coconut
Scoop out by teaspoonfuls and plop on a cookie sheet
Cover with waxed paper and
Chill in the refrigerator for 15 minutes
Roll into balls
Roll in cinnamon
Store in the refrigerator

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Carol Langer
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08 Jan 2009 1:27:55 PM PDT
Heavenly Irish Potatoes (Gluten-Free) was incomplete?? Store in the refrigerator??? no cooking?
Tkx

 
Renae
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04 Sep 2012 4:03:29 AM PDT
I know Carol's post is old, but for anyone else reading this recipe, it is more of a candy than a side dish. My grandma used to make Irish potato candy all the time and it was very similar to this.




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