Easy peasey no-bake choc-coconut slice 23



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Yes, it really is this easy to whip up a sweet treat – just mix, dip and chill. And, with just four ingredients, you can replicate an old favourite chocolate bar at a fraction of the cost.

This is a great recipe for short-notice visitors or events, and you can also enlist the grandkids to help.


  • 2 cups shredded coconut
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 cup icing sugar
  • 280gm chocolate (melted)


In a large bowl, stir together the coconut, condensed milk and sugar. Press into a greased 22cm x 30cm pan and freeze until firm.

Cut slice into squares with a sharp knife and dip into melted chocolate. Place bars onto sheets of baking paper. Leave to harden and enjoy!

If you like, you can sprinkle a little coconut or even hundreds and thousands on the chocolate while the chocolate is still wet.

Does this remind you of anything? Are you a Bounty person or a Cherry Ripe person? 

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  1. Would plain Greek yoghurt work instead of condensed milk?

    1 REPLY
    • I think that might be a bit too runny for this recipe – you could use unsweetened condensed milk if you’re worried about the sugar content. Hope this helps!

  2. That is the same recipe for spuds ,for those who remember them,but I use I packet of coconut. & 1&half packets of icing sugar,make balls the size of a wall nut the roll in coco ,yummmmm

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