Raspberry Coconut Loaf Cake

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Raspberry Coconut Loaf Cake

I think I’ve been meaning to make one of these raspberry and coconut loaf cakes for years. Have you ever had the M&S one? It’s one of my all time favourites and something I try and pick up whenever I popped in, but hadn’t got round to putting it together myself until now. Well, I feel like screw you M&S is in order because this cake is everything I wanted it to be! It’s sweet and tangy and super soft and just totally perfect with a cuppa. Best thing about it, though – you just shove it all in one bowl! It takes about 2 minutes to measure it out, 2 minutes to mix and you’re done. How easy is that?

Ingredients – for a loaf tin:

75g coconut together in a bowl until fully combined, this should take about two minutes. Mix in the fresh raspberries very gently, as you don’t want them to break down. Pour mixture into the tin and bake for 1hr, if it still isn’t cooked, cover with foil and bake for another 15 minutes. A skewer should come out clean.

Step Three | Allow to cool completely before spreading the jam on top then sprinkling the coconut over it. Keep in an airtight container, it should last a good three days but maybe less because you’ll definitely want to eat it all by the end of Bake Off.

And you’re done! Ridiculously easy yet extremely satisfying and definitely fixes a sugar craving without being overly sweet. Raspberry and coconut is the best combination, in my opinion, and one I have , but I think this is definitely one of my favourite recipes and one I’ll make again and again! Do let me know if you make this or .

Raspberry Coconut Loaf Cake

I think I’ve been meaning to make one of these raspberry and coconut loaf cakes for years. Have you ever had the M&S one? It’s one of my all time favourites and something I try and pick up whenever I popped in, but hadn’t got round to putting it together myself until now. Well, I feel like screw you M&S is in order because this cake is everything I wanted it to be! It’s sweet and tangy and super soft and just totally perfect with a cuppa. Best thing about it, though – you just shove it all in one bowl! It takes about 2 minutes to measure it out, 2 minutes to mix and you’re done. How easy is that?

Ingredients – for a loaf tin:

75g coconut together in a bowl until fully combined, this should take about two minutes. Mix in the fresh raspberries very gently, as you don’t want them to break down. Pour mixture into the tin and bake for 1hr, if it still isn’t cooked, cover with foil and bake for another 15 minutes. A skewer should come out clean.

Step Three | Allow to cool completely before spreading the jam on top then sprinkling the coconut over it. Keep in an airtight container, it should last a good three days but maybe less because you’ll definitely want to eat it all by the end of Bake Off.

Raspberry Coconut Loaf Cake

And you’re done! Ridiculously easy yet extremely satisfying and definitely fixes a sugar craving without being overly sweet. Raspberry and coconut is the best combination, in my opinion, and one I have , but I think this is definitely one of my favourite recipes and one I’ll make again and again! Do let me know if you make this or .

I think I’ve been meaning to make one of these raspberry and coconut loaf cakes for years. Have you ever had the M&S one? It’s one of my all time favourites and something I try and pick up whenever I popped in, but hadn’t got round to putting it together myself until now. Well, I feel like screw you M&S is in order because this cake is everything I wanted it to be! It’s sweet and tangy and super soft and just totally perfect with a cuppa. Best thing about it, though – you just shove it all in one bowl! It takes about 2 minutes to measure it out, 2 minutes to mix and you’re done. How easy is that?

Ingredients – for a loaf tin:

75g coconut together in a bowl until fully combined, this should take about two minutes. Mix in the fresh raspberries very gently, as you don’t want them to break down. Pour mixture into the tin and bake for 1hr, if it still isn’t cooked, cover with foil and bake for another 15 minutes. A skewer should come out clean.

Raspberry Coconut Loaf Cake

Step Three | Allow to cool completely before spreading the jam on top then sprinkling the coconut over it. Keep in an airtight container, it should last a good three days but maybe less because you’ll definitely want to eat it all by the end of Bake Off.

And you’re done! Ridiculously easy yet extremely satisfying and definitely fixes a sugar craving without being overly sweet. Raspberry and coconut is the best combination, in my opinion, and one I have , but I think this is definitely one of my favourite recipes and one I’ll make again and again! Do let me know if you make this or .

I think I’ve been meaning to make one of these raspberry and coconut loaf cakes for years. Have you ever had the M&S one? It’s one of my all time favourites and something I try and pick up whenever I popped in, but hadn’t got round to putting it together myself until now. Well, I feel like screw you M&S is in order because this cake is everything I wanted it to be! It’s sweet and tangy and super soft and just totally perfect with a cuppa. Best thing about it, though – you just shove it all in one bowl! It takes about 2 minutes to measure it out, 2 minutes to mix and you’re done. How easy is that?

Ingredients – for a loaf tin:

Raspberry Coconut Loaf Cake

75g coconut together in a bowl until fully combined, this should take about two minutes. Mix in the fresh raspberries very gently, as you don’t want them to break down. Pour mixture into the tin and bake for 1hr, if it still isn’t cooked, cover with foil and bake for another 15 minutes. A skewer should come out clean.

Step Three | Allow to cool completely before spreading the jam on top then sprinkling the coconut over it. Keep in an airtight container, it should last a good three days but maybe less because you’ll definitely want to eat it all by the end of Bake Off.

And you’re done! Ridiculously easy yet extremely satisfying and definitely fixes a sugar craving without being overly sweet. Raspberry and coconut is the best combination, in my opinion, and one I have , but I think this is definitely one of my favourite recipes and one I’ll make again and again! Do let me know if you make this or .

I think I’ve been meaning to make one of these raspberry and coconut loaf cakes for years. Have you ever had the M&S one? It’s one of my all time favourites and something I try and pick up whenever I popped in, but hadn’t got round to putting it together myself until now. Well, I feel like screw you M&S is in order because this cake is everything I wanted it to be! It’s sweet and tangy and super soft and just totally perfect with a cuppa. Best thing about it, though – you just shove it all in one bowl! It takes about 2 minutes to measure it out, 2 minutes to mix and you’re done. How easy is that?

Raspberry Coconut Loaf Cake

Ingredients – for a loaf tin:

75g coconut together in a bowl until fully combined, this should take about two minutes. Mix in the fresh raspberries very gently, as you don’t want them to break down. Pour mixture into the tin and bake for 1hr, if it still isn’t cooked, cover with foil and bake for another 15 minutes. A skewer should come out clean.

Step Three | Allow to cool completely before spreading the jam on top then sprinkling the coconut over it. Keep in an airtight container, it should last a good three days but maybe less because you’ll definitely want to eat it all by the end of Bake Off.

And you’re done! Ridiculously easy yet extremely satisfying and definitely fixes a sugar craving without being overly sweet. Raspberry and coconut is the best combination, in my opinion, and one I have , but I think this is definitely one of my favourite recipes and one I’ll make again and again! Do let me know if you make this or .

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