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Tuesday, 22 December 2015

Glace Fruit Balls

Glace Fruit Balls from Unusual Coleslaw


90g (3 oz.) walnut pieces; 60g (2 oz.) glace apricots; 2 slices glace pineapple; 125g (4 oz.) dark chocolate; 1/2 cup coconut; 60g (2 oz.) red cherries; 60g (2 oz.) green cherries; 60g (2 oz.) butter; 60g (2 oz.) packaged cream cheese

Method: Chop glace fruit and nuts finely. Put chocolate in top of double saucepan until melted. Remove from heat. Add butter and cream cheese. Mix well. Put into fridge for several hours to firm up. Roll teaspoons into balls and toss in coconut.
 
Source: contributed by Mrs. E. Wood in The Adelaide Children's Hospital Recipe Book 1982 (Adelaide: 1982), p.53.


Now, this is a Christmas Tree!!! Thanks Vicki for the link and the recipe, the Glace Fruit Balls were (rich) delicious! Anne

 
The pineapple, the symbol of hospitality, is well-known and much-loved in Savannah, Georgia. At The Marshall House, we love it so much, we’ve been decorating our Christmas tree as this fabulous fruit for more 15 years!”

And, the website includes DIY instructions!

http://blog.bedandbreakfastsofsavannah.com/how-to-decorate-a-pineapple-christmas-tree-from-the-marshall-house/2015/12/09/


1 comment:

  1. Wonderful! I hope that you've had an excellent Christmas, filled with pineapple treats.

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