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Bloody Coconut Ice


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Ingredients

30 piece(s)

Coconut Ice

  • 500 grams Desiccated Coconut
  • 1000 grams icing sugar
  • 160 grams water
  • food colouring of choice

Edible Blood

  • 1 can Condesed Milk, or make your own (make it with coconut milk for dairy free)
  • Red Food Coluring
  • Black food colouring
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Recipe's preparation

    Coconut ice
  1. 1. Line a slice tray with baking paper or use a silicone tray

    2. Add 250g of coconut and 500g icing sugar and mix for 10 seconds Counter-clockwise operation speed 5

    3. Scrape down sides and add 80 g water then mix again for 10 seconds Counter-clockwise operation speed 5

    4. Spread mixture evenly in tray

    5. Repeat steps 2 and 3 including your choice of colour when adding the water. Scrape down sides and continue to blend until colour is mixed through

    6. Once colour is evenly mixed in spread over white mixture

    7. Refridgerate while you make blood

  2. Edible Blood
  3. 1. Add condesed milk, a couple drops of red food colour and a drop of black food colour

    2. Mix on speed 5 for 30 seconds

    3. Scrape down sides, adjust colour if needed and mix again until colour is mixed in 

  4. You can now cut up your coconut slice and drizzle some blood on top by pouring some in a zip lock bag and snipping the end off.

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Tip

You can colour the coconut ice any colour you like depending on the occasion eg christmas can be red or green

You dont have to make the whole batch of edibled blood but I like to cause you can sprinkle it on anything like:

CupcakesPopcorn An appleA cakemake Lyche eyeballs with a blueberry eye and sit them in itOver biscuitsOn glass cupsMeringue White choc dipped strawberries Put it through ice creamMacarons Truffles Cake pops

 

 

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