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  • Difficulty Easy
  • 5 Ingredients

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Ingredients

  • 120g Butter
  • 1 packet (250g) Malt biscuits crushed
  • 1/2 tin (200g) Sweetened condensed milk
  • 1packet (190g) Eskimos lollies or marshmellows
  • Dessicated coconut

Method

  1. Warm butter and condensed milk in microwave
  2. Cut up Eskimos lollies in half. I use mashmellows cause can't find Eskimos lollies Cut marshmallows in half
  3. Mix butter, condensed milk, crushed malt biscuits and marshmallows together
  4. Form a log shape. Once formed roll in coconut.
  5. Chill in fridge for 4 hours. When set cut into slices and serve
  6. Place some had wrap over the top of huge look cake to keep it moist in the fridge

  • wow, they look amazing, I will have to try this one out. thanks for sharing

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  • Seems easy enough It looks great thanks

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  • This reminds me of my special marshmallow hedgehog I have not made for many years! Hanging to try your recipe now, thanx heaps!!

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  • This will make a very interesting talking point at the next afternoon tea

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  • Ooh, how sweet and delicious do these look? Not usre what eskimos lollies are – clinkers? That’s what they look like!!

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  • thanx for sharing.

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  • This looks delightful and colourful, thanks

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  • this looks so sweet (excuse the pun!) – I would love to make this for my girls for their next birthday party – thank you for sharing your recipe :)

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  • I love the colour of this cake – so enticing!

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  • Another recipe I think I’ll try on the family for xmas this year

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  • This looks so cool when it’s sliced!

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  • Sorry, sounds and looks yuk in my eyes.


    • YOU Should have gone to Spec savers …
      Perfect recipe, perfect pic and presentation, a wonderful treat from over the ditch hazel, thanks for sharing and Kia Ora. xxx

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  • Love this! Bright and happy, and delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Very fun and cute. love it :-) xx

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  • An ingenious recipe idea; perfect for the family to share!.

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