Looking for the best coconut recipes? Want to make the best coconut cake? Try our recipes and ideas below.
As well as coconut cake, we have coconut cookies, boozy coconut pie and some pretty coconut lamingtons for the ultimate teatime treat. After, check out our almond recipes and cashew recipes, or for more tropical recipe ideas, try our banana recipes, mango recipes and pineapple recipes.
This tropical loaf cake makes the perfect tea-time treat. The use of coconut yogurt, coconut oil and condensed milk make this easy bake incredibly moist.
These classic coconutty treats are super quick and easy to whip up and finished with a thick drizzle of dark chocolate.
Get all nostalgic and learn how to make the fluffiest, lightest, sweetest buns topped with coconut icing.
Lamingtons are a classic all year round sweet treat in Australia, we've created our own version and given them an indulgent twist using white chocolate. Plus, they're gluten free, too.
Once this pudding goes in the oven, the dense, coconut-crumbed top rises to the surface while a molten, vanilla-scented caramel sauce is created underneath.
Check out our bakewell slices with juicy cherries and crunchy desiccated coconut. This take on the classic bakewell tart is easy to make and perfect with an afternoon cuppa.
Once upon a time, Chris Evans took a bite of our Christmas 2016 cover cake and uttered the words, 'if snow could taste of something other than snow, that’s what it should taste like.' If that doesn't convince you to make this indulgent and velvety coconut-topped cake then we don't know what else will.
You've heard of chocolate and caramel self-saucing puddings but what about tropical coconut and zingy lime? With an indulgent, rich sauce and melt in the mouth soufflé, this easy coconut pudding recipe will leave you with an impressive dessert fit for the whole family.
Try these dairy-free pancakes for a delicious start to the day. Like pancakes? Try our other pancake recipes here.
Liven up party food with perfect peaks of meringue in our best ever cupcake recipe. Added sweetness comes from desiccated coconut and a base of raspberry jam.
Like a happy mash-up of a key lime pie and a piña colada, this is a Saturday night kind of pudding. It's easy to make but looks really impressive on the table.
Want an easy coconut baking recipe? Make our coconut and pink grapefruit slices. These colourful squares are easy to make and go perfectly with your afternoon cuppa.
Try our tres leches cake recipe, translated from the Spanish as ‘three milks cake’, a popular dessert in central and South America.
This nectarine, coconut and lime tray-tart is easy to make, vegetarian and gluten-free. Served with a scoop of coconut ice cream, it makes a great pud.
Add a Caribbean twist to your baking with pineapple, coconut and rum flavours of piña colada. Use ready-baked tarts if you want to make this dessert even easier.
This beautiful panna cotta is a twist on the traditional Italian dessert with the refreshing flavours of coconut and mango. You can buy toasted coconut shavings at health food shops and large supermarkets. Alphonso mangoes have a sweet, vanilla-ish flavour. If they're not in season, you can use any mango variety.
Zoilo’s alfajores are light, crumbly cornflour biscuits sandwiched together with dulce de leche and rolled in desiccated coconut. They're a perfect little something sweet after a meal.
This tropical passion fruit and coconut twist on a classic crème brûlée is an easy but impressive dessert idea. We have plenty more fruity pudding ideas here.
Lamingtons, originally from Australia, make a delicious teatime treat. Mini cakes, decorated in cherry jam and desiccated coconut, topped with a fresh cherry.
Check out these rhubarb pots for a healthy low-cal breakfast. These colourful breakfast pots are super simple to make and are high in protein, perfect fuel to start your day.
Full of natural sweetness instead of refined sugar, these little bites are made of dates, raisins, nuts and dried apricots. All mixed up with seeds and apple juice then rolled into individual balls.