by czechcookbook - christmas, dessert - December 20, 2016July 26, 2018 Coconut Logs – Kokosový kmen Ingredients: Makes: about 70 tiny logs Total: 45 min. 3 1/4 cup unsweetened coconut plus more for covering the logs 1 1/2 cup dry milk 1 can sweetened condensed milk (14oz) 2 Tbsp unsweetened cocoa powder 7 drops red food coloring
Thank you for this recipe! I made it, well not logs, but balls because I couldn’t get the logs to actually look like logs. But my husband loves them! So does everyone else that have tried them. My friend and I made over 400 of them to hand out at our church this weekend during our Multicultural event for Pentecost Sunday.
That is wonderful! I am sure the balls looked pretty with all the colors! Glad everyone enjoyed them.
Oh my I just had to visit your page. This is so amazing, i would like to know how long they can be stored in a ziplock bag without keeping in the fridge. I can’t wait to make this. Thanks for your video.
I would say 3-4 weeks if they are stored in dark dry place.
My husbands mother made Christmas cookies last year where they were like a log but had a light chocolate between two layers of cookies and one end dip in chocolate. I cannot find this cookie on Internet or know a name for it. Do you happen to have any recipes similar? I want to make some czech cookies with chocolate also this year. We spent Christmas in Czech (kolin) last year and that’s all I did was eat cookies! Love your site!
Hi Tina, yes nothing like cookies during Christmas time! Yum! There is so many different types of cookies, that I have no idea which one you mean. Picture would help. Here are all of my Christmas recipes. I will be adding few more recipes for Christmas cookies. 🙂 http://www.czechcookbook.com/category/christmas/
Thank you for this recipe! It’s look delicious!
Thank you so much for this recipe! It brought me to my childhood doing kokosovy kmen from the rests of the coconut. Bringing them to my friend’s tonight, I’m sure everyone will love it!
Thank you for the fun, amazing recipe. Very cute and delicious. Quickly becoming a go-to recipe for the holidays in my house!
I am happy to hear 🙂