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Old Mon, Oct-27-03, 02:16
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thanks zed
i'll let you know how i go
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Old Thu, Oct-30-03, 00:48
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hey zed,
i tried the coconut slice today, it came out great thanks for the fab idea!!! i can see myself making this again!
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Old Thu, Oct-30-03, 01:08
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Excellent.......it's something else to bake rather than cheesecake and muffins all the time!
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Old Thu, Oct-30-03, 16:55
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definitely!
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I made this yesterday and it is super yummy - thanks for the recipe and well done :r oll: . We had one each, warm with cream!!
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Old Wed, Dec-03-03, 19:17
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thanks for this recipe - it is absolutely yummy. Very decadent with a few real strawbs or berries and some cream. I have been adding some SF maple syrup to the topping too. They also freeze fine - I just nuke on in the microwave on low.
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I'm glad you like them. I haven't made them in a while but now you've given me a hankering for them. Looks like I'm off to the kitchen!
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Yum, this sounds fabulous, can't wait to go shopping and get the bits to give it a try. Thanks for sharing!
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I'm fairly certain that 1 tablet is equal to 1 teaspoon of powdered Splenda.

Hmmm my brand of powdered stevia says 1/10th of a teaspoon is equivalent to two teaspoons of sugar (sadly I read the container AFTER making rhubarb and strawberry pie with it.. ergh! lol).

Thanks for the cocunut slice recipe! I'll have to give it a go! Where it says "2 cups coconut", is that the fleshy stuff or desicated stuff or something else?!

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Thanks for the cocunut slice recipe! I'll have to give it a go! Where it says "2 cups coconut", is that the fleshy stuff or desicated stuff or something else?!


Desiccated coconut.

I make these differently now. I have a generic almond meal based muffin/cake that I make and I use that recipe as the base for the coconut tart and then add the jam and coconut topping as per the one in this thread. Also I use way less sweetener these days because my taste buds don’t need as much sweet.
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