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Baking: Fifteens Dessert Treat


10-15 plain digestive biscuits

7 or so marshmallows (Depending on their size)

Handful of glace cherries, cut in half

Under 200mls of Condensed Milk

Handful or so of desiccated coconut


Step 1: Crush the digestive biscuits, however you want, I broke it up with my hands. Then put into a large mixing bowl.

Chop the marshmallows into small enough pieces but not too small. Add these + the cherries + around 170mls of condensed milk.

Mix these together until well combined and you have a sticky mixture. If it’s too dry, add some more milk until you think it is the right amount.

Step 2: Sprinkle most of the coconut over a large piece of cling film (or foil). Tip the mixture onto this into a long sausage shape. I used 10 biscuits in my mixture and have over 10+ slices, but it depends on the shape of your sizes you cut them into. Anyway, sprinkle some more coconut over the top (or wait until a day later). Wrap the cling film tightly over it, feel free to add more cling film if there are any holes.

Leave it in the fridge to chill – I personally left it in for over 24 hours, some would say 4-6 hours however even after 24 hours I found mine to still be a little soft but mainly solid. I did freeze it for 4 hours to quicken this process as I had issues with this before. However, with this entire method and how I left it, it tasted delicious and turned out very well.

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