Have you tried making your coconut milk yet? The best part is you get a lot of coconut cream out of it too which is great for all kinds of recipes. I briefly told you all about this experiment in this post. But what to do with all that coconut cream when you know you won’t be home eating much? How about a nice chocolate coconut candy bar! Very easy to do and has the texture of fudge.
8 tablespoons coconut cream
6-8 tablespoons cocoa powder
honey to taste, I put like 1 tablespoon
Melt down the coconut cream until completely smooth.
Slowly add cocoa powder until thoroughly mixed.
Add in the honey.
Pour mixture into a mold, or a bowl and harden in the fridge.
YES!!! Love this recipe, and the mold tops it off perfectly 🙂
Hmmm…I just bought some coconut cream solid in a box the other day. It’s very concentrated and I’m very pleased with it. What’s great is that I can use it as is or elongate it with a liquid. It’s my new best find.
I may not have these pretty molds…however, I may one day refer to this recipe for other reasons.
That mold is a great idea for homemade Tim Tam’s! Thanks.
Another treat for my Coconut Acolyte.
These are beautiful made in a mooncake mold! So delicious with the combo of chocolate and coconut!
Evelyne, great idea using the mooncake mold…the cakes look awesome and love the idea of chocolate and coconut milk 🙂
I haven’t tried making coconut milk yet. But these bars look irresistible! What a cute mold!
Oh yum….wonderful use of coconut cream.
Thank you both. @Hester absolutely you could add any goodies to the chocolate, great idea.
My oh my Evelyne.. those look great! I have to make a lot of choclate coconut for hubby in Christmas time and he just loves it. I sure should give your version a try.
Have a great week head.
Oh my, Evelyne… how lovely these are! I thought those grooves looked kind of familiar 😉 It was just the coloring that was different. This could even have coconut flakes and maybe some nuts added to it for some extra texture. My, how interesting! Thanks so much for sharing with us, Evelyne!