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How to make coconut ice sweets with list of ingredients and cooking directions
Coconut Ice Recipe
340g desiccated coconut
340g icing sugar
400g tin of condensed milk
Optional food colouring
How To Make Coconut Ice
1. Place the condensed milk into a bowl and add the icing sugar. Beat well then mix in the desiccated coconut. The mixture will get firm and difficult to stir but persevere until everything is all combined.
2. Divide the mixture into two (add optional food colourings to each) and spread into an 8inch square tin giving two coloured layers and allow to set overnight (time for a wee dram!)
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3. Cut into small cubes and spread on a sheet of greaseproof paper to dry slightly.
4. Enjoy and remember to share with the wee bairns!
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