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coconut cake?

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annaje Tue 05-Aug-08 19:05:27

Does anyone have a recipe for coconut cake? I fell in love with it while on holidays in America (they seem to eat a lot of it out there) but you don't see it much here and I can't find a recipe on the internet that doesn't involve strange american measurements (sticks of butter anyone....?)

Figfingers Tue 12-Aug-08 12:56:30

I would love a recipe for this too.

C´mon mumsnetters!!!

A cake not a pie-tyep thingie would be best.


PinkPussyCat Fri 15-Aug-08 16:38:27

How about this?

Looks faffy but gorgeous...

PinkPussyCat Sat 16-Aug-08 14:19:29

Found a couple!


4oz butter
4oz caster sugar
2 large eggs
6oz self raising flour
2oz desicated coconut
Approx 2 tablespoons of milk

Cream butter & sugar till soft and pale, beat eggs and add to mixture. Gradually fold in coconut, then flour. Add milk to give soft dropping consistency. Sprinkle top of cake with coconut and caster sugar and bake (in a 2lb loaf tin) at Gas mark 3 for 1 to 1 and a quarter hours.


Snow Queen Cake

150g/5oz Margarine
150g/5oz Caster Sugar
3 Eggs
225g/8oz Self Raising Flour
Pinch of Salt
125g/4oz Whitworths Desiccated Coconut
45ml/3tbsp Milk

175g/6oz Icing Sugar
50g/2oz Butter
Top of the milk
50g/2oz Desiccated Coconut

How to make
Oven: 180°C, 350°F, Gas Mark 4
1. Grease and flour an 18cm, 7" cake tin.
2. Cream margarine and sugar until light.
3. Beat in the eggs, one at a time.
4. Sift flour and salt. Mix with coconut.
5. Add dry ingredients and milk.
6. Turn into prepared tin and bake for 1-1¼ hours.
7. Place on a wire rack until cool.
8. Icing - Cream together icing sugar and butter. Add a little top of the milk to give a smooth consistency.
9. Cover cake with butter cream and coat in coconut.

ThankCrunchyItsFriday Sat 16-Aug-08 14:30:03

I make one every week!

2 large eggs,
4 0z sr flour,
4 0z caster sugar,
4 oz soft butter or marg,
1/2 tspoon bicarb.,
1 oz des coconut.
Some milk.

Put everything in a large bowl and mix on high speed with electric mixer.
Pour into 2 pre-greased sandwich tins and bake in a pre-heated oven, at 180c.
When cooked (15-20 mins) turn onto a wire rack to cool.

Fill and top with butter cream with a handfull of des coconut mixed through. I decorate mine with glace cherries and sometimes colour either the cake or cream pink.

annaje Mon 18-Aug-08 15:03:12

Thanks everyone - I shall try them and let you know......grin

Figfingers Wed 20-Aug-08 15:41:35

Cheers, these sound lovely...

derelicte Wed 20-Aug-08 15:44:22

Oooh thankcrunchie - I partic like the sound of yours. Coconutty and pink. My DD would be in 7th heaven.

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