Keto coconut slice is a super easy recipe to make, consisting of only 3 ingredients and taking less than 5 mins to prepare. I really don’t see a more convenient way to create a delicious snack or easy keto dessert, unless you literally buy it premade from the shops…. (like that’s going to happen). So for the time being, making recipes like this keto coconut slice seriously couldn’t get any easier.
Funny story… so earlier this year, I made some videos. These videos were me making a few different recipes that included “desiccated coconut”. What I didn’t know at the time was how to say the ingredient correctly, so I would say “Desecrated”, which is to treat (a sacred place or thing) with violent disrespect… little did I know I was treating my kitchen with such violent disrespect! I’ve since cleaned up the mess I made whilst treating my kitchen (and recipes) with such violence, and moved on to create a delicious recipe using the CORRECT ingredient. 🙂
This recipe is pretty similar to what I used to make, coconut ice. If you have had coconut ice before, then you’ll understand what I mean. However, if you haven’t and you’re looking to see what it tastes like, whip up a batch of these easy treats right now. Seriously, you’ll be back in 5 minutes to read the rest of this post. I can wait….
These shots are kinda dark, and bare resemblance to my violent disrespect for the ingredients I handled throughout my videos. It’s hard to dress up something that is so delicious because as soon as I finished photographing them, I ate about 5 of them. I don’t advice you do this, however, because not only do they pack a little calorie punch, but you won’t have any left for during the week to take to work. Then you’ll be sad and take it out on me. Fair warning!
This week I added a forum to my website, (CLICK HERE TO ACCESS THE FREE FORUM) which is super useful if you want to discuss recipe suggestions or helpful improvements outside what I have to offer. As a community, we can help each other to create great recipes, and provide helpful tips along the way if you are looking for a particular ingredient, or might be wondering if it’s okay to switch butter of something else if going dairy free.
I’ll start the conversation and say that I used a bread loaf tin to mold these coconut slices into a thick, slice type pieces, froze them for an hour or so (it doesn’t take long for the butter to solidify), then sliced with a sharp knife to get those mostly clean edges. You can even rub the outsides with your fingers to make them look extra special, but it’s not necessary.
I keep them in the freezer, and can easily take a bite straight out of the freezer. They are not little rocks 😉 and have a really great texture when biting into them.
I hope you enjoy this recipe. Tag me on Instagram and show me the great recipes you love to make regularly!