My Latest Recipes 17
  • Cappuccino Frappe from coconutgirl in Camarillo, CA.
    This is a heavenly, creamy, frothy drink that can be whipped up in a few minutes. It's great as a pick-me-upper, dessert, snack, a...
  • Frosty Mocha from coconutgirl in Camarillo, CA.
    This creamy, coffee accented chocolaty treat makes a great energy booster! If you don't have instant coffee, substitute some stron...
  • Light-as-a-feather Breakfast Muffins from coconutgirl in Camarillo, CA.
    These muffins are true to their name: light as a feather. A hint of nutmeg compliments the delicate, fluffy, buttery muffin and th...
  • Coconut Mayonnaise from coconutgirl in Camarillo, CA.
    Remember the last time you wanted to make a recipe that called for mayonnaise only to find out that you were out of it? Making you...
  • Coconut Cream Ice Cream from coconutgirl in Camarillo, CA.
    Ice cream is a favorite summer dessert, and what’s better then a bowl of freshly churned homemade ice cream? This is a rich, cre...
  • Coconut Mashed Potatoes from coconutgirl in Camarillo, CA.
    Rich and oh soooo yummy! Need we say more? Recipe is from
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  • diamondgirl 5 years ago about Cappuccino Frappe
    This Frappe is very delicious. Definitely 5 stars. Thanks, Darling.
  • larkspur 5 years ago
  • elgourmand 5 years ago about Homemade Coconut Milk
    Hay Coconut girl. I know this will work but you could tell the folks how to do it the real way. I have lived in Hawaii, the Philippines and now in Samoa for over 20 years so I am friends with peepee. Heating it up will change the taste and there is no need to add water. I do agree 100% about store bought coconut cream, rubbish. I did post how to make coconut cream on GR and feel free to check it out and give me a rash if you like.
  • embers 5 years ago about Tropical New York Style Cheesecake
    This is a great recipe going to try it tonight!
    will let you know how it comes out. Thanks (^_^)
  • ceilinghag 5 years ago about Frosty Mocha
    I really liked this. Will make often
  • lobster 5 years ago
    Welcome Cocnutgirl, and thanks for the friend invite!! Looking forward to browsing and drooling over your recipes!!
  • peetabear 5 years ago
    thank you for stopping by and leaving a wonderful comment on the
    Hunka Triple Chocolate Cookies Recipe
  • twilightrose 5 years ago about Quick Chocolate Pudding Fudge
    Sounds great! Thanks for sharing.
  • riverrat715 6 years ago
    Thanks for the nice comments. I can't wait to try that cheese cake. omg it looks and sounds heavenly. I love coconut and I love cheese cake so the combo has to be the greatest. I am at my daughters for a few days as she just had a new baby boy Saturday. As soon as i get home I am going to make this one. Thanks
  • peetabear 6 years ago
    thank you for your nice comment on the
    Coconut Crust Sweet Potato Pie Recipe

    I love the fact that I can eat this crust.... and that it is coconut is wonderful...let me know what you think..

  • riverrat715 6 years ago
    Thanks for the comment on the bread. It is a wonderful recipe that my mother used to make when I was growing up. My whole family loves it so hope you do to. You will enjoy this site. Lots of nice people and good eats here.
  • brianna 6 years ago
    I got your friend invite. I would love to be your cooking friend, thankyou. It's wonderful to see someone so young loving to cook & joining us to share recipes. Welcome to Group Recipes. I hope you enjoy it as much as me.
  • princess11395 6 years ago
    yeah i am, im 13 and i love cooking and baking
  • lovebreezy 6 years ago
    Welcome to GR Sarah. Welcome to the Refugees. You're off to a fine start!

    Four tips:
    1. I copy everything I type before I click SUBMIT. That is because of GR's wonkiness. Sometimes it won't take and you have to retype everything. This way all you have to do is paste it back and try again.
    2. When searching for certain things e.g. Groups, you have to click on the search button and not just hit enter. If you just hit enter it just takes you back to the same page.
    3. When responding to questions on one of your recipes, consider putting it under ALTERATIONS rather than COMMENTS. Comments made dissapear in time, alterations will remain with the recipe for future viewers to see -- in case they have the same question.
    4. Explore, Exchange and Enjoy.
  • peetabear 6 years ago
    thank you for the new cooking friend invitation... I look forward to sharing recipes with you..and learning new things... I am gluten free...and ave not made anything from coconut flour yet...

    welcome to Group Recipes... I hope your are having a good time looking around and making new friends..