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  • Coconut Ices
    You’ll need
      • 200g condensed milk
      • 225g sieved icing sugar
      • 175g desiccated coconut
      • Red food colouring
    Preparation

      15 minutes plus chilling

    Makes

      1 Block

      1. Mix the milk and icing sugar together in a bowl, then add the coconut until the mixture is stiff.

      2. Divide the mixture in two and colour one half pink by carefully adding a few drops of red food colouring.

      3. Double line a plastic box with cling film, then place the pink ice at the bottom and smooth until even. Place the white mixture on top of this, and smooth.

      4. Leave to set for three hours or until firm and then cut into squares. Coconut ice will keep for up to three weeks in a sealed box in the fridge.

     
     
    Coconut Ices
    You’ll need
      • 200g condensed milk
      • 225g sieved icing sugar
      • 175g desiccated coconut
      • Red food colouring
    Preparation

      15 minutes plus chilling

    Makes

      1 Block

      1. Mix the milk and icing sugar together in a bowl, then add the coconut until the mixture is stiff.

      2. Divide the mixture in two and colour one half pink by carefully adding a few drops of red food colouring.

      3. Double line a plastic box with cling film, then place the pink ice at the bottom and smooth until even. Place the white mixture on top of this, and smooth.

      4. Leave to set for three hours or until firm and then cut into squares. Coconut ice will keep for up to three weeks in a sealed box in the fridge.