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Coconut Power Slice

Coconut Power Slice is practically all coconut, so it’s for the power user of coconut oil who needs an instant coconut energy boost. This is just another way to painlessly pump more coconut oil into your system. This slice may not be for you if you are looking for a fancy sweet treat to impress your guests with at Christmas.

Coconut Power Slice
Practically all coconut



  • Desiccated coconut (either mixed in or sprinkled on top)
  • Raisins or saltanas
  • Nuts or seeds of your choice


  1. Melt the ingredients in a saucepan.
  2. Pour into a dish.
  3. Chill to set.
  4. Serve straight from the fridge.

Detailed instructions:

Creamed coconut (coconut butter) always comes in two layers
Creamed coconut (coconut butter) always comes in two layers

Creamed coconut is pure ground coconut meat in its own natural oil. It naturally comes in two layers as pictured above, the white oil layer at the top and the solid yellowish layer at the bottom. Before initial use, you need to warm the jar in hot water as below to soften the contents to mix the layers back together.

The contents will solidify again below 26 ºC, but you should be able to just scrape out or break off the required amount with a fork for subsequent use.

Melting Creamed Coconut
Soften Creamed Coconut to mix the oil and coconut meat back together

Do you see the coconut oil layer at the top melting in the above picture? It is now soft enough to be stirred with a fork.

Melted Creamed Coconut
Stir vigorously with a fork or a handheld mixer

Stir vigorously with a fork or handheld blender/mixer. You can even empty all of it into a food processor for a perfect smooth finish. Lumpiness doesn’t matter for now because we are going to melt the ingredients together anyway.

Creamed Coconut being poured
Now you can pour creamed coconut into a saucepan

Put creamed coconut, coconut oil, coconut sugar and carob (or cocoa) powder into a saucepan and heat just enough to melt to combine the ingredients.

Coconut Power Slice ingredients in a saucepan
Put all the ingredients into a saucepan to melt and combine

Carob powder is seen at the top. You may need to use a handheld blender/mixer in the saucepan if carob isn’t dissolving smoothly. Cocoa powder will dissolve much more easily.

Coconut Power Slice Melted
All the ingredients are now combined and smooth

When all the ingredients are well combined and smooth as above, it’s time to pour the mixture into a dish.

Coconut Power Slice poured
Pour the mixture into a dish to set

Now put the dish in the fridge to set. If you are in a hurry then the freezer will do a quicker job.

Coconut Power Slice set
A thin coconut oil layer will rise to the top

Don’t worry – a thin white layer will rise to the top because it has so much coconut oil in it. It may not look that pretty but it’s the taste that matters (in this case anyway).

Coconut Power Slice cut
Coconut Power Slice is easy to cut with an eating knife

You can easily cut the slice with an eating knife. It is best kept in the fridge especially on a hot day. Eat as is, or sprinkle some desiccated coconut on top for even more coconut.

Coconut Power Slice
Be careful not to eat too much at a time!

Serve straight from the fridge and enjoy.

Caution: Coconut Power Slice may taste good but don’t eat too much at a time, especially if you body is still getting used to coconut oil. After all, this slice is very close to eating straight coconut oil…

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This recipe summary was posted by Neil Smith Wholefood Enthusiast at Camp Coconut.

2 thoughts on “Coconut Power Slice

  1. Timely recipe. Just bought a handheld blender yesterday (christmas present to me) and noticed the creamed coconut in the fridge I’d forgotten about the other day. We are over those dreadful sugary snack bars you get at the supermarket.

    1. We agree. We find that treats we can buy at the supermarket these days are mostly too sweet and unhealthy.

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