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Chocolate Coconut Slice

By Chelsea Sugar
Chocolate Coconut Slice
12 servings
  • 25 reviews

  • Difficulty Easy
  • Prep time 10 mins
  • Cooking time 20 mins
  • Serves

    125g butter, melted
    200g Chelsea Soft Brown Sugar
    1 egg, lightly beaten
    1 tsp vanilla extract
    110g plain flour
    1 tsp baking powder
    2 Tbsp cocoa powder
    3/4 cup desiccated coconut
    Extra coconut to decorate

    Rich Chocolate Icing
    1 cup of Chelsea Chocolate Icing
    1 knob of butter (approx. 10g)
    11/2 Tbsp hot water


    Preheat oven to 175°C then grease and line a rectangular slice tin (19cm x 29cm) with baking paper.
    Beat butter, sugar, egg and vanilla in a bowl. Sift in flour, baking powder and cocoa and mix well, stir in coconut.
    Spread mixture into tin and bake for approx. 20-25 minutes or until firm.
    Remove from oven and spread with Rich Chocolate Icing while slice is still hot, then sprinkle with extra coconut. Allow to cool before cutting - slice should be slightly chewy.

    Chelsea Chocolate Icing
    Measure Chelsea Chocolate Icing into a bowl, add butter and hot water, mix well until smooth. Icing should spread easily, if it is too thick add a little more hot water to allow it to spread well.

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Average Rating
(25 reviews)

It was so good it melts in my mouth everyone loves it. We all wanted more!!!

great for the kids

Everyone loves this. Perfect! Thanks Chelsea.

Delicious. Will make the rest of my life ;-)

It smells amazing and tastes even better! The icing tops it off. Was very easy to make, can't go wrong really! Recommend to anybody.

Next time I will use less butter as it was quite oily. I also recommend checking it at 15 minutes as mine was a bit rock hard at 20 minutes. Still, it was very tasty and I will definitely make it again.
Try it with caramel icing too - mine was great that way!

This is AMAZING it melted my mouth (literally like if I started heating it up heaps). I recommend this for strong wrestlers like me (John Cena) so make it all day

Mmm looks like Will Smith. TASTY!

This chocolate coconut slice was really good for the kids to learn and it was really nice

it was really nice and my family loved it it is now my favourite slice

I think I went wrong somewhere - lol the slice was wobbly when I pulled it out after 20 minutes.... It might be too thick - I didn't have the right tin. I'Il bake a bit longer and see if that helps...

My Husband thought he had died and gone to heaven!!! Quite a compliment---after 57 years
of cooking for him!!!!. He gave half of them away, so others could think how wonderful they were, ---- I'll make them often now, I guess.

Really good and easy to make. It lasted about two days before we demolished it.

Great after a hearty training on the water! :)

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Love this recipe, have made it numbers of times now and it always turns out perfectly yummy. Everyone who has tried it enjoys it. Making some now for my neighbours for Christmas. Has become a favourite.

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This works every time, and I have had good comments when other people taste it

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Have just finished making this it's magic.

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Next time I will hide it from my husband. Gone all to quickly!

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A family favourite for us now. The kids ask me to make it. So quick and easy and great for the lunch boxes. Tried it with sultanas once, but better as it is.

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This was yummy I didn't ice it just sprinkled it with icing sugar

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So easy to make. It was moist and so delicious. My son rates it his number one.

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YUMMY! Loved by all in the family. Even by a little person who said they didn't like coconut!

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Loved it - I put sultanas in the mix as well.... Yummy

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Mine didn't turn out quite like yours but my husband just totally loved them.

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