So I was looking around online and could not for the life of me find a picture of this holiday dessert to show my friends a while back. My mom has been making them every Thanksgiving and Christmas that I can remember, and they are soooo easy. And everyone always loves them.
All it takes is a bag of chocolate chips, a stick of butter, a bag of mini multicolored marshmallows (which are the hardest things in the world to find, but usually Super Walmart carries them), and a bag of shredded coconut.
You can just microwave the chocolate and butter for about two minutes then mix until it is smooth, or use a double boiler. After cooling for about 5 minutes, mix the marshmallows in. While waiting for the chocolate to cool, prepare some foil by sprinkling about a foot wide rectangle of coconut to pour the mix on.
When ready, just dump the chocolate/marshmallows in a log shape across the coconut.
Then freeze for an hour or two... or less. I never leave them in as long as they should and they come out fine. Also, this makes two
When done freezing, take them out and slice them a little less than an inch thick. Ta-dah! Stained-glass church windows with a light snow on the edges. Enjoy!