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Coconut Toast
December 17, 2008
2:52 pm
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I always had request for this when served at special breakfasts at my tea room.

Coconut Toast

1 c. coconut

1 c. sugar

1/2 c. melted butter

1 egg beaten

1 t. vanilla

bread (I usually used a thick bread, regular white bread is too soft and will not hold up. Grandmothers bread would be PERFECT!)

Mix first 5 ingredients and spread on bread. Bake at 350 for 15 to 20 minutes.

December 17, 2008
3:32 pm
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Sarah Lee's whole grain wheat white bread might wk, it's pretty thick and sturdier (for lack of a better word)than plain white bread.

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December 17, 2008
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Is there a tea-room cookbook? If not, there should be. I want one!

December 17, 2008
6:12 pm
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THat looks good GeorgiaZ!!!

December 21, 2008
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Georgia, how many slices of bread would you use with this recipe?  I'm fixing to try this!

Clover made me do it.

December 21, 2008
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I did have a cookbook that I put together when I closed up. I sold over 175 of them. I am trying to get another one reprinted, but since I do it myself, it takes a while. After the new year I will have more time to work on it. And will happily send you one when they are done!

December 21, 2008
9:08 am
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Suzanne said:

Georgia, how many slices of bread would you use with this recipe?  I'm fixing to try this!


Since I usually made it with 5 bags of coconut at a time, I'm not sure what a regular recipe would make. I started spreading the mixture about 1/2 " thick on the bread but it was so sweet that I cut it to 1/4" and it is just right. Great with coffee to cut the sweetness some. I am thinking about 8 to 10 slices at least.

December 21, 2008
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I can't believe you guys are making me go to the store again! I must have coconut NOW!

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December 21, 2008
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This is sooo good.  I'm posting it on the blog tomorrow!

Clover made me do it.

December 21, 2008
12:09 pm
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How many did you get out of one recipe Suzanne?

December 21, 2008
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I used my homemade bread, which makes really large loaves.  I could get six slices in a 9x13 pan.  I think if it was storebought bread or a more standard-size loaf it would be eight slices!

Clover made me do it.

December 22, 2008
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Hi,  Did you ever have a girl from Ukraine working for you?  My dil worked at a tearoom in Georgia for a little while when she was first in the country. She could speak perfect English.  She said the lady that owned it had sold it later on.  Blessings.

February 2, 2009
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While going through the recipes to index them (all of them 160 - no wonder I could never find the one I wanted!) Anyway, I found old friends like this recipe - ones that sounded really interesting, and that I intended to make, but never got around to.

This recipe was near the top of my list. Well, it is wonderful! I used Suzanne's Grandmother bread raisin loaf (I found a half-loaf in the freezer I'd forgotten I had.) I made french toast with the raisin bread a few days ago and had one slice left in the refrigerator, along with two leftover buckwheat pancakes from another morning. I put them in the pan and topped them with the coconut mixture, too. Two whole 9x13 pans. And they are all mine! Unless I feel too guilty and have to share with Mike.

July 5, 2009
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Laurell O
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GeorgiaZ

That recipe sounded sooo nice I just had to try it. Yum. EatingSo bad when I am trying to loose all this extra weight I have put on this winter.

January 14, 2010
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I made this tonight on Grandmother bread. My husband loved it, and my 17 year told told me it was the best "whatever that was" that he had ever had.  

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