Chocolate-Coconut Filo Triangles With Vanilla Ice Cream

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Total Time
15 mins
12 mins

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  1. In a food processor, chop chocolate fine; add coconut, almonds and ¼ cup of butter.
  2. Blend mixture until smooth.
  3. Melt remaining butter.
  4. Working with 1 strip of filo at a time, arrange the strip on a work surface with short side facing you (cover the remaining filo with a damp towel to keep from drying out).
  5. Brush strip lightly with some of the melted butter.
  6. Fold down top right hand corner of filo to form a triangle; put 1 tablespoon of filling in center and continue folding in same way, to enclose filling completely (the folding process is like you are folding the flag to make a triangular shape).
  7. Brush with some of remaining butter and repeat 11 more times, making 12 filo triangles.
  8. (can be prepared up to 2 weeks in advance and kept wrapped and frozen) Preheat oven to 400F and bake triangles for 8-12 minutes (the longer time if you’re baking them frozen), or until golden.
  9. Serve hot with ice cream.
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4 5

Its a keeper thats for sure!!! Easy to make and fast!!! I cut each phyllo pastry at three stripes so I had more and smaller triangles! When I tasted the first without any ice cream I decided to made syrup and put it to the half of the triangles. So I ended up with the half amount as a baclava treat and the rest I 'm planning on offering them,this evening to some friends, with vanilla ice cream! Thanks Ev for one more great recipe!!!

5 5

This recipe is great tasting and so easy to make. Can't wait to make it again.

5 5

Wonderful! The only problem I had was a misunderstanding in the directions. When it states to cut the sheets "crosswise", I thought that meant to cut from the long side over to the long side... I think what it really meant was to cut the sheets "lengthwise". Either way, it worked eventually. I ended up cutting the sheets in half and then in half again. The filling is divine. It would not be the same if you were to sub in/out anything. They are all dependant on each other and produce a wonderful tasting treat. I will definitely make these again! Thanks!