chocolate and coconut cake/slice recipe please.

grannypam, Apr 29, 1:13am
Just reading another thread bought back a memory of a cake I used to make. .

It was sort of between a cake and a slice . . chocolate mixture on the bottom and then a coconut mixture placed on it. . topped with the remaining chocolate mix. . and then baked.

It tasted very much like coconut ice. . and was lovely and moist.


hogwort, Apr 29, 1:20am
Ooooh yum yes, my Uncle used to make this years ago... . I think Ive got the recipe at home, will try and find it for you tonight.

grannypam, Apr 29, 2:53am
many thanks. . I will keep an eye out for you. .

tumbys02, Apr 29, 3:22am
Think it might be called Churchill Square.

unknowndisorder, Apr 29, 3:27am
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By: Missy Wombat Nov 7, 2003

From the NZ Women's Division of Federated Farmers Cookbook in 1965.

Ingredients
4 ounces butter
1 egg
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 cup flour
4 ounces sugar
1 tablespoon cocoa
Filling
1 tablespoon icing sugar
1/2 cup milk
1 cup dried shredded coconut
Directions
1Cream the butter and sugar, add egg and then the dry ingredients.
2Put half the mixture into a flat tin and spread with a hot knife.
3Mix the filling and spread over the cake mixture in the tin.
4Cover with the remaining cake mixture.
5Bake at 350°F for 20-30 minutes.
http://www.recipezaar.com/recipe/Churchill-Squares-75903
If that's not it, it sounds similar (thanks to the person above who gave me a name to search for)

grannypam, Apr 29, 3:52am
aww thanks so much . .
it sounds exactly right. .

I keep meaning to ask my mum when I go to see her but her memory isnt the best these days . .

still she may have surprised me. . lol

guest, Jul 5, 4:28am
Just ate some of the above recipe and its really yummy, Thanks

rainy_day_chef, Jul 17, 12:03am
thanks for the recipe my mum made this one and I couldn't find the recipe anywhere-

guest, Jul 25, 2:17am
Hi

Many thanks for the recipe for Churchhill Square.
I have been looking for it for ages and I kenw it was in the WDDF Recipe book and I have lost my copy of it.


Sue in Timaru

guest, Feb 22, 1:00am
With the original churchill slice recipe, the base was rolled out. The remaining chocolate mix was rolled out and spread with red jam and put on top of the coconut. Do this by rolling it out of greaseproof paper, so that you can transfer it to the bottom. Cook. Ice with chocolate icing sprinkled with fine coconut on top.

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