Moist and zingy, with little crunches from the coconut and a slightly crumbly texture - if you love lemon cakes, you will love this and you'll have fun getting people trying to guess what the 'secret ingredient is'
Too easy, right. And so I decided to make a Sour Cream & Lemon Cake with lots of lemony goodness. Ok, so to be honest, this cake only made a little dint in my collection of lemons, but it was certainly a good start
Coconut ice and coconutcakes are not really like by the man of the house, however, I really enjoy them both and from time to time will make this cake as it sort of combines a deliciously moist coconutcake with an icing that is a bit like coconut ice
It would have taken many weeks to try this recipe, but fortunately for me, banana and coconut flour sponge I baked, with its plain taste, desperately needed soft cream with the texture strong to keep the shape and to be piped in multi-layered grain and dairy free cake
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And so, I made a batch of these Easy No-Bake White Chocolate, Coconut & Apricot Balls. These White Chocolate, Coconut & Apricot Balls make a great little change from the traditional Rum Balls (or chocolate coconut balls… whatever you like to call them)
chocolate finger biscuits (for the sides and dividers)chocolate frecklesmarshmallowsstrawberries and cream lollieschoc popscrispy M&Mschocolate honeycombBounty barsMaltesersa mini meringue for the centre
Now you can of course make your own salted caramel sauce (here’s an easy recipe), but seriously. Most years I make a chocolate ripple cake for Christmas… and every year I wonder why on earth I don’t make them more often