This is a variation of the classic Nanaimo Bars, but it tastes like a B-52 shooter. These are a great alternative to Nanaimo bars or rum balls.
Dreamy bars with a rich brown sugar crust and a chewy coconut and walnut topping.
I see two other recipes for these, but this is our version we use every year. They are an absolute hit at cookie exchanges as they are different, not to mention very easy and tasty!
This is a power version of traditional crispy rice treats made with different nuts, coconut and cranberries.
These are easy to make, using no eggs, or flour. Very good but different.
Chocolatey coconut cookie bars with a graham cracker crust, great for people with a sweet tooth.
Instant coffee powder adds intrigue to these rich, chewy bars.
Australia's famous Lamingtons are squares of sponge cake that are first dipped in chocolate glaze and then in coconut. This cookie version's inside is denser and loaded with toasted almonds.
This bar has the two crusts as requested, and has a strong tangy lemon taste, so much better than most of the lemon bar recipes out there due to the lemon curd and added coconut!
An extremely rich, yet delicious cookie bar!! Walnuts aren't the only nut you can use try any of your other favorites like pecans, peanuts or cashews.
Because it's three layers, this sounds hard but it's worth it. My son is famous for making and taking these in to work. I've heard other names but here in the Northwest everyone knows them as Nanaimo bars. They are sold on British Columbia Ferries and at coffee stands. If you can't find custard powder, I've used instant pudding mix with good results.
These are so easy. Sweet and tangy with a perfect shortbread crust.
Reminds one of that yummy ice cream flavor.
Easy to make, and very rich. Can use different kinds of chips (vanilla or peanut butter) to suit your taste.
This recipe makes delectable white chocolate and coconut truffles. The almond in the centre is optional but recommended!
Try this variation on the Aussie classic by adding toasted macadamias.
Served hot, this exotic dip is a huge party pleaser. You'll feel guilty for all the praise, because it is so easy to make.
I grew up with Grandma making these special biscuits. They are super-delicious and easy! I hope you enjoy them as much as my family does.
A traditional Indian sweet made easy with my Western fudge-making adaptations! No boiling water and sugar or use of a sugar thermometer in this recipe!
These take longer to bake than they do to make, and kids just love them!