These look SO good! I'm pinning to make sometime...SOON. :)
I have never heard of these, but they sound Wonderful!
I have been wanting to make these! Thanks!! Christie at Three Pixie Lane
SOund delishious!! Can' wait to try them. I love your blog. I'm your newest follower. Would love you to stop by DIY Home Sweet HomeJamie http://diyhshp.blogspot.com/P.S. I have a giveaway going on. Come over and check it out.
I haven't heard of them either, but they sound wonderful!
These look super yummy! Thanks for sharing them at Mrs Fox's Sweet Party!
Wow, they look amazing!
YUM! I'm featuring these today! I hope you'll stop by to look!JenScissors & Spatulas
I have never had these or even heard of them...where have I been? They lok amazing and I am totally pinning this recipe and making them for Christmas:)
I think these are beautiful! And I love coconut! Jotting down the recipe..thank you!
Truffles are so DELICIOUS! We are linking up truffles for the 12 Days of Christmas. We’d love for you to stop by and link up this recipe!http://momscrazycooking.blogspot.com/2011/12/12-days-of-christmas-goodies-egg-nog.html
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These chocolates look and sound amazing. I would love it if you came to link to my holiday recipe swap blog hop. It is my first ever! Love these recipes.www.mythirtyspot.com-Erin Kennedy
I'm crazy about Martha Washingtons. My aunt always made them every Christmas. I used to think they were called Georgia Washington Balls. Yours look delicious. I'd like to invite you to share your recipe on Sweet Indulgences Sunday.http://www.wellseasonedlife.com/2011/12/sweet-indulgences-sunday-34.html
OH MY GOSH!!!! I am overjoyed at finding this recipe! My mother used to make these yearly at the holidays! I have not been able to get the recipe from her for one reason or another.. I am so making these tomorrow. Thanks for sharing this, I am over joyed at finding your blog!
Good Morning Deana,This is the first time I've been to your blog. Thanks for sharing on The Shabby Creek Cottage!Just thoght you'd be interested in hearing that I've been making these since 1972 and they have been a Christmas tradition at our home every year since! I did not know that they are called "Martha Washington's" as we have only known then as Coconut Bonbons. I recently REnamed them "Campagne Maison Bonbons" to honor their tradition at our home.My recipe varies a little from yours, as I use a stick of paraffin wax with a 14 oz bag of milk chocolate chips as my chocolate dip mixture. I usually make the filling mixture, chill it over night, make the balls and freeze them before dipping. This sets the coating instantly! My recipe makes around 110 balls.Our 42 y/o son called the other day and asked if I would "teach" his fiance how to make these while they are visiting for Christmas at the farmhouse this coming weekend. He was elated to hear that I had just finished a batch for him! They are very easy to make and I've never had any to fail! Thanks for sharing your recipe with us today.Have a wonderful week!
These look delicious, and those ingredients you listed make it sound even better! Yum yum!Shiloheverydaygameplan.net
I am new here and a new follower. I am definitely going to make these. We have several gluten-free eaters in the family, so I need to do a treat for them.Beckie in Brentwood, TN
You were one of the most viewed recipe last week at the Mrs Foxs Sweet Party! Congrats! Stop by and grab a button and I would love for you to share more of your fabulous desserts!
These sound amazing! We're featuring them tomorrow at our Seasonal Inspiration party!Becca @ Crumbs and Chaos
yum yum yum i want to make some of those!
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