This dessert was super easy to make -- no chopping, melting, or even mixing! I made this dessert for a party which included a friend who cannot eat wheat. I was afraid it might be a little too sweet, but everyone loved it -- especially the men. Some of the guys, who are not big on sweets, had three servings! I think the coconut and peanut combination really appealed to them. I used lightly salted (rather than unsalted) party peanuts, added a bit more coconut than is called for, and cooled it in the fridge after about 30 mins. on the counter, so it would be ready to cut sooner. If you keep the ingredients on hand (and can find gluten-free butterscotch chips), this would be a great recipe to whip up in no time to serve to any guests, even the gluten-free ones! I'm sure you could substitute cashews for peanuts if you have guests with peanut allergies.
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This dessert was super easy to make -- no chopping, melting, or even mixing! I made this...