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You Won’t Be Able To Resist This (And You Shouldn’t)
I haven’t always been a fan of coconut. When I was a kid, my sister was crazy about the coconut chocolate bars (what were they called again? I just can’t remember the name!) and I thought the scent alone was unpleasant.
But something has happened over the years and these days it feels like I can’t get enough of this tropical flavor. Maybe it’s the fact that it brings back so many wonderful memories from a tropical resort I once visited – or maybe we all develop more refined taste buds when we grow up!
Whatever the reason, I have collected quite an impressive bunch of delicious recipes with coconut, and this cake is my absolute number one favorite. It’s so easy to make, it’s almost ridiculous; but it tastes like you’ve spent half a day making it!
Whenever I serve this to guests they beg me for the recipe and I’m a little embarrassed to share it… What can I say, it’s just so simple! The secret is, you’re using coconut in three different forms, and I think that’s what makes the flavor so stupendous.
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Quick Tip: This cake tastes even better the next day!