How to make delectable coffee slice dessert 

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All around the world, plenty of people start their day with a steaming cup of coffee. The caffeine offers a boost of energy that is sure to wake you up and prepare you for what's ahead. For coffee fanatics, one cup simply isn't enough - a whole pot may not even suffice. Don't worry, there are plenty of ways to get your coffee mix outside of the traditional cup of joe. 
If you find yourself in that category, perhaps you might enjoy a sweet treat that's infused with coffee. But this isn't the common coffee cake or coffee ice cream that most of us are familiar with, these are no-bake coffee slices. The recipe comes courtesy of the One Pot Chef and it's a fairly simple one.
To start, mix together butter and condensed milk.
Then mix in crushed cookies (or graham crackers) along with dessicated coconut.
Add in your butter and milk and mix thoroughly.
Spread the mix into a brownie pan and chill for a few hours in the fridge.
While your base solidifies in the fridge, it's time to work on the rest of this decadent dessert. Grab your instant coffee and pour it into a measuring cup with hot milk. 
Add that coffee mix to a bowl of whisked powdered sugar and butter.
Lastly, spread the coffee fluff on top of the cookie base. Refrigerate for 20 or so minutes before serving.
When the dish is out, cut it into squares. Try your best to eat just one! Or don't! 
A detailed video version of the recipe is featured below.
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