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Mint Roses

Posted by lotsalittlelambs

Mint Roses

This is a companion recipe to my last one, Cacao Hearts,

Like the other, it uses creamed coconut. You can either make this in your vitamix or other strong gadget, or you can start with the equal weight, 14 ounces, of creamed coconut. I have made it both ways. I used the Let’s Do Organic brand of creamed coconut.

If you want to cut the recipe in half, I would encourage you to go with the already made coconut cream from the box, as my vitamix seems to need the bulk of the full 14 ounces of coconut to pulverize it.

I believe you could easily sub the boxed creamed coconut in place of making your own in the previous recipe, as well.

You may need to adjust the peppermint oil, according to the brand you use. I used Aura Cacia. Which says right on it that it is not intended for internal use. I just figure, it is from peppermint. Nothing else. Not like all these food colorings and dyes approved for our food! I know they have to put disclaimers on things. But you should not do as I do! Do as I say, and use a food grade oil! 🙂

And by the way, you can mold these in any shape you like. I like the roses, because I think they are pretty. But, I make stars for my husband. You could even just pour them into a dish and cut into squares after they harden.

My husband loves these! But then, he loves mint. I do not know why he told the little girls they are soap! But he did think it was funny when I was puzzled as to why they kept asking for, “More soap, Mommy!”.

Here is the recipe:

Mint Roses

14 ounces dried coconut or 14 ounces creamed coconut, softened
6 Tablespoons Pyure
30 drops mint essential oil (use a food grade! 🙂 )
1 cup finely shredded coconut (do not blend-stir in whole)

Turn the 14 ounces of coconut into cream, using your vitamix. Or if you are using the creamed coconut, just mix all the ingredients together. Put into molds. Set into the freezer to harden. Remove from the molds and store in a bowl or a container in the refrigerator.

Pretty easy!

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11 thoughts on “Mint Roses

  1. Judy

    That’s cute that your hubby told the girls they were soap… I’ve actually made guest soaps with a similar mold :). Looking forward to trying these!

    1. lotsalittlelambs

      Yes, he has a sense of humor. 🙂 I hope you enjoy the mints!

  2. Stephanie f

    Can you use peppermint extract instead? If so, how much would I use in the full recipe?

    1. lotsalittlelambs

      Yes, I would think peppermint extract would be fine! I do not know the amount, though, since I havn’t tried this myself. I would probably just start with a 1/4 teaspoon and taste/increase till it is good and ‘minty’. 🙂

      1. Stephanie f

        Thank you! Excited to try these.

        1. lotsalittlelambs

          You are welcome! I hope you like them! 🙂

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