Cherry, Chocolate and Coconut Slice

Cherry Chocolate and Coconut Slice recipe One Perfect Mess Cherry Ripe cherries easy Christmas fudge 2

Here is a slab of joy that I’m smitten to share with you; I’ve re-incarnated Cadbury’s gift to the world in slice form, and it is destined to unite cherry ripe lovers and convert cherry ripe haters. Is there such a thing as a cherry ripe hater? What a sad soul. Let’s not dwell on such pitiful things, back to this swanky ol’ Cherry, Chocolate and Coconut slice! A crunchy chocolate biscuit base sets the stage, and is a worthy foundation for the soft, sweet, chewy coconut and cherry filling, bursting with juicy chunks of cherry. Atop all that lies a silky layer of chocolate and coconut ganache, that catches clouds of coconut flakes.

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Salted Caramel Slice

Salted Caramel Slice with Roasted Nut and Coconut Base Recipe One Perfect Mess 3-6

This is a swanky caramel slice that puts the classic recipe to shame. First, you taste the slathering of dark chocolate, sprinkled with sparkling salt flakes. Then, your teeth collapse into an irresistible layer of thick, silky, slightly salted caramel. Finally, that magnificent mouthful is finished off with a moreish, crunchy base of roasted nuts and shredded coconut. You’ll quickly convert to this jazzed up version of the old favourite, and those lucky enough to taste a slice will be begging you for more…

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Chocolate and Coconut Fudge

Chocolate and Coconut Fudge Recipe One Perfect Mess 6

My family love that I’m blogging because it means I bake more which means they have a near constant supply of cakes and slices and biscuits and all good things…this is working out well for everyone! This is a famous family recipe that Mum originally found in the 1982 Women’s Weekly ‘The Big Book of Beautiful Biscuits’. It’s ridiculously easy to make, I whipped it up to feed my brothers and cousin as they all study for end of year exams. Everything you need for this biscuity, chocolatey fudge is cheap and I already had all the ingredients in my pantry. That is destiny.

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