This slice has always been a favourite of mine ever since my grandmother made it for my sister and I every time we went to her place after school…which by-the-way was a lot! Back then it was made with wheat but we have put our own spin on the recipe to update it and it’s delicious! A favourite now with our kids on their birthday’s.

Warning: Make it once and you’ll be making it over and over!

Cuisine Dessert / After school snack

Prep Time 20 mins

Cook Time 20 mins + 20 mins cool down

Servings 8-10 people depending on how big you cut the slices 🙂


1 x cup organic buckwheat flour

½ cup of organic coconut sugar (we find coconut sugar strong so I usually put in a little e.g. 1/4 of a cup)

1 x cup organic desiccated coconut

1 x tbs organic cocoa

185g (6oz) organic butter

½ tsp organic vanilla


  1. Turn on oven to moderate (190-200C / 375-400F)
  2. Grease a lamington tin 28cm x 18cm (11in x 7in)
  3. Sift dry ingredients into a bowl
  4. Add meted butter and vanilla and mix well (*add any variations to the recipe here. See below)
  5. Press mixture into the greased tin
  6. Bake in moderate oven for 20 minutes.
  7. Cool in tin


1 x cup organic icing sugar

2 x tbs organic cocoa

30g (1oz) organic butter

1½tbs hot water

Organic coconut to dust on top


  1. Sift icing sugar and cocoa into a small bowl
  2. Add melted butter and hot water
  3. Mix until the icing is smooth and glossy
  4. When slice is cold ice it with the chocolate icing
  5. Sprinkle with coconut
  6. Cool in fridge for 20 minutes or until firmly set and then cut into bars.


Peppermint Chocolate – stir in 3 drops of organic peppermint essential oil at step 4 of the mixture.

Nut Chocolate Crunch – Place 1 cup of your favourite organic activated chopped nuts and add at step 4 of the mixture.

Fruit and Nut – Add 1/4 cup organic and oil free sultanas or chopped dates and 1/4 cup of organic activated chopped nuts at step 4 of the mixture.

Cherry Ripe – seeing we have the coconut going anyway why not add 1/4 cup organic goji berries, 1/4 cup organic dried berries (like blueberries or cranberries) in step 4 of the mixture.

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