Ginger, Coconut and Caramel Bars

Another Fathers day is around the corner and if you haven’t been able to plan anything nice or sweet for the Fathers in your life, you’d better get on it. I actually can’t believe how time is just passing by, I wrote this post Coconut Cupcakes for Fathers day nearly three years ago!

Ginger, Coconut and Caramel Bars

This recipe of Ginger, Coconut and Caramel Bars are the perfect little sweet treat to share with the special men on Sunday. It is pretty easy to put together and I suggest getting the little ones in the kitchen this weekend to help out. You can also just bake some cookies if you want, like these crunchy Caramel Walnut Cookies – to die for!

Ginger, Coconut and Caramel Bars

These sweet bites came out pretty rustic and very little effort is required. I used store bought ginger cookies combined with butter to serve as the base for the coconut and vanilla ice filling – obviously smothered in a can of cooked condensed milk and covered with toasted coconut…and more ginger crumble goodness…

Ginger, Coconut and Caramel Bars

Are you feeling the happy vibes, friends?

Ginger, Coconut and Caramel Bars

 

I hope every Dad gets spoiled rotten this Sunday, let me know how you will be enjoying this special day in the comments below.

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Ginger, Coconut and Caramel Bars
An easy sweet treat consisting of ginger cookie crumble base, topped with vanilla coconut ice and smothered in cooked condensed milk.
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Prep Time 1 hour, including refrigeration time
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Ingredients
Prep Time 1 hour, including refrigeration time
Servings
bars
Ingredients
Votes: 2
Rating: 5
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Instructions
  1. To begin, in a food processor, blend the ginger biscuits until very fine.
  2. Combine with butter and scoop into a square glass dish.
  3. Set two tablespoons of crumble aside, and press the rest of it into the glass dish. Refrigerate for 15 minutes.
  4. For the filling, combine the coconut, icing sugar, vanilla essence and butter in a mixing bowl. Mix well.
  5. Now transfer the coconut ice to the cooled glass dish and press the coconut ice down on the cookie base.
  6. Use a wet dessert spoon to smooth it out. Refrigerate for another 15 minutes.
  7. Next up, spread the tin of cooked condensed milk over the coconut ice, spreading evenly. Back to the fridge for 15 minutes more.
  8. Lastly, sprinkle toasted coconut over the caramel with a few bits of crumbled ginger cookie. Refrigerate until use, cut with a sharp knife and enjoy.
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