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Fifteens

Rated as 4.65 out of 5 Stars
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"This incredibly easy and quick to prepare traybake tastes like heaven on a plate with its marshmallow, coconutty goodness! I like to use a combination of white and pink marshmallows."
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Ingredients

10 m servings 114
Original recipe yields 20 servings (20 slices)

Directions

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  1. Cut the marshmallows in halves using scissors, and place in a large bowl. Toss with the digestive biscuits and candied cherries. Gradually stir in the sweetened condensed milk until the mixture becomes a soft, moist dough. It should not be too dry, so you may need to add a bit more of the milk.
  2. Spread a generous layer of coconut out on a clean surface, and place the dough on top of it. Use your hands to form the dough into a long thick sausage, making sure it is well coated with coconut. Wrap in a double layer of plastic wrap, and refrigerate for 2 to 3 hours.
  3. Unwrap the long piece of dough, and cut into slices to serve.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 114 calories; 3.6 19.5 1.5 3 93 Full nutrition

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Most helpful positive review

Digestive biscuits are a British thing. In Britain, 'biscuits' are what Americans call 'cookies.' Digestive biscuits are high in wheat flour, and are not very sweet. You can eat them on their ow...

Most helpful critical review

Please note this is based on changes I made, not how the recipe is written. I know some people get mad when they see ratings like this, but I actually like knowing what variations do and don't w...

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Digestive biscuits are a British thing. In Britain, 'biscuits' are what Americans call 'cookies.' Digestive biscuits are high in wheat flour, and are not very sweet. You can eat them on their ow...

As noted in another review, Digestive Biscuits are a British tradition. The closest American equilevant (sp?) would be Graham Crackers or Nilla Waffers. If using Graham Crackers, use the square ...

Very easy to make and they are perfectly delicious! I used graham crackers and they turned out fine.

Are they called "fifteens" because there's 15 of everything, or I'll put on 15 lbs eating these!? Sooo yummy and easy to make. They remind me of something that my grandma would make in the 50's ...

What are digestive biscuits?

worked really well, will definitely make them again!

I was introduced to this recipe while student teaching in Ireland. I had/made them without the coconut and they're still very very good! Beware you will want to eat the whole batch!

Deadly! How could something so simple to make be so tasty?

This is a really great recipy, i made these fifteens for my nannys birthday party and eveyone loved them. by the way, digestives are dry, plain buiscuites, the other girl was right that they ca...