Pecan Pie Coconut Fudge

I reject the idea of seasonal flavours.

I get it, I’ve done it myself.  Just the taste of crisp apples reminds me of fall, at Christmas I can’t get enough of peppermint and a red velvet cheesecake or cupcake is the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day, but I reject the idea that certain foods can only be eaten in certain seasons – there is never a bad time for a much loved food.

Part of that is probably the result of frequent travel between the UK and the US and not being able to always eat the foods I’m craving – if they’re in the wrong country.  In fact, last night, I would have done anything for a particular comfort food – a turkey sandwich from Wawa.  As a result, I like to eat what I’m craving whenever it’s available.  Ice cream on Christmas? Sure.  Cheese fondue in July?  Amazing.

So while it may seem like a ridiculous idea to make pecan pie coconut fudge – it is, after all, June, it’s worth noting that this June in London has not felt at all like a proper summer with alternating humid hot weather and brutal thundestorms.  So despite the fact that this includes special Thanksgiving M&Ms, I felt like a bit of pecan and coconut – and it was definitely a satisfying craving.

Pecan Pie Coconut Fudge


300g granulated sugar

1/2 teaspoon salt

28g unsalted butter

120ml coconut milk

350g chocolate chips

150g Pecan Pie M&Ms

1/2 teaspoon coconut extract


Melt together butter, sugar and coconut milk.

Melt together butter, sugar and coconut milk

Add in the coconut extract.  Mix in the chocolate chips until melted.

Mix in the chocolate chips until melted

Add in the pecan pie M&Ms.

Add in pecan pie MandMsPut mixture in lined brownie tin.

Put mixture in lined brownie tinAllow to cool completely then place in the fridge overnight.

Cut into pieces and serve.

Pecan Pie Coconut Fudge


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