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    Talking Slices to freeze

    So, in my quest to be a super-organised, relaxed and prepared-for-anything-SAHM, I am learning how to whip up a few slices to keep in the freezer for visiting, visitors, mum's group etc.

    Help me pleeeeaase!!

    I only know a basic lemon slice recipie It's quick and easy, but frankly I am sick of it! I'm sure everyone else I see regularily is too


    What's your favourite slice to make and freeze? I'd love any recipies if you have a chance to type it out


    big, BIG thanks!!
    Em Mason
    Ronan: June 04
    Ariene: May 06

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    My kids love this and it freezes really well.

    Hope you enjoy.


    RASPBERRY SLICES

    Ingredients:

    1/2 cup butter/marg
    1/2 cup of sugar
    2 med eggs
    1 1/2 cups s/r flour
    raspberry jam (to taste-little or a lot)
    1/2 additional sugar
    1 cup desiccated coconut
    pinch salt

    Method:

    1. Cream butter and sugar together
    2. Add 1 egg
    3. Add sifted flour. Mix well
    4. Spread thinly in flat well greased or lined 35 x 25 x 2cm swiss roll pan or similar.
    5. Spread with raspberry jam.
    6. Beat remaining egg and additional sugar together, add coconut.
    7. Spread over jam.
    8. Bake in moderate oven, 180-200c, for about 20 minutes or until lightly browned.
    9. When cold cut into slices.

    I then put it into sealy bags in lunch box/serving size in freezer. Keeps for about 3 months.

    SIA I know there is lots of sugar in it, but it is so yummy with a cuppa.

    Hope you enjoy.

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    I forgot to add you can replace raspberry jam with apricot jam or lemon butter. Enjoy

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    TBD, I've never frozen a slice but my faves are caramel slice and I love making choc truffles (not a slice, but yummy anyway )

    CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES:

    1 cup desiccated coconut
    2 cups crushed bickies (arrowroot)
    1 can condensed milk (400g)
    2 tbspns sifted cocoa
    extra coconut to roll the truffles in

    Pour all the above ingredients into a large bowl, and combine (use hands to mix thoroughly). Roll into balls, then roll in extra coconut and put into container. Refrigerate for a couple of hours, then voila!

    CARAMEL SLICE:

    3/4 cup desiccated coconut
    1 cup self-raising flour
    1/2 cup caster sugar
    125g butter, melted

    Filling:

    400g can condensed milk
    30g butter, extra
    2 tablespoons golden syrup

    Topping:

    150g dark chocolate, chopped 20g copha

    Preheat oven to moderate 180 degrees celcius. Brush a shallow oblong cake tin with melted butter or oil. Cover base with baking paper, extending over 2 sides. Combine coconut, flour and sugar in a medium bowl; add butter, stir until well combined. Press into prepared cake tin. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown. To make filling; combine milk, extra butter and syrup in a medium pan, stir over medium heat until boiling. Lower heat, continue stirring for five minutes. Remove from heat, spread over base in tin. Bake for 10 minutes. Remove and cool. To make topping; Place chocolate and shortening in a medium heatproof bowl. Stand over pan of simmering water, stir until the chocolate has melted and is smooth. Spread evenly over the caramel filling and allow to set. Cut into squares using a warm knife.

    Hope they help

    I also have recipes for choc fudge, rocky road, coconut ice, light mars bar slice & macadamia brownies. Let me know if you want any of them
    Gorgeous 8yo DD: Adorable 3yo DS

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    Default givem to me hehe

    i'd love your other recipes all of them oh yer im greedy hehe

    Quote Originally Posted by EmsMum72 View Post
    TBD, I've never frozen a slice but my faves are caramel slice and I love making choc truffles (not a slice, but yummy anyway )

    CHOCOLATE TRUFFLES:

    1 cup desiccated coconut
    2 cups crushed bickies (arrowroot)
    1 can condensed milk (400g)
    2 tbspns sifted cocoa
    extra coconut to roll the truffles in

    Pour all the above ingredients into a large bowl, and combine (use hands to mix thoroughly). Roll into balls, then roll in extra coconut and put into container. Refrigerate for a couple of hours, then voila!

    CARAMEL SLICE:

    3/4 cup desiccated coconut
    1 cup self-raising flour
    1/2 cup caster sugar
    125g butter, melted

    Filling:

    400g can condensed milk
    30g butter, extra
    2 tablespoons golden syrup

    Topping:

    150g dark chocolate, chopped 20g copha

    Preheat oven to moderate 180 degrees celcius. Brush a shallow oblong cake tin with melted butter or oil. Cover base with baking paper, extending over 2 sides. Combine coconut, flour and sugar in a medium bowl; add butter, stir until well combined. Press into prepared cake tin. Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown. To make filling; combine milk, extra butter and syrup in a medium pan, stir over medium heat until boiling. Lower heat, continue stirring for five minutes. Remove from heat, spread over base in tin. Bake for 10 minutes. Remove and cool. To make topping; Place chocolate and shortening in a medium heatproof bowl. Stand over pan of simmering water, stir until the chocolate has melted and is smooth. Spread evenly over the caramel filling and allow to set. Cut into squares using a warm knife.

    Hope they help

    I also have recipes for choc fudge, rocky road, coconut ice, light mars bar slice & macadamia brownies. Let me know if you want any of them
    ds-Locky 18.9.04 - ds-Jordy 1.11.06

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    [quote=pookiesossige;1594412]So, in my quest to be a super-organised, relaxed and prepared-for-anything-SAHM, I am learning how to whip up a few slices to keep in the freezer for visiting, visitors, mum's group etc.

    Does that reall exist???

    I only know a basic lemon slice recipie It's quick and easy, but frankly I am sick of it! I'm sure everyone else I see regularily is too

    Well my fave is lemon slice so I am no help to you LOL

    How is your clothie supermodel??

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    Default please

    So what is the recipe to this yummo lemon slice i hear so much about?
    ds-Locky 18.9.04 - ds-Jordy 1.11.06

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    Quote Originally Posted by eternalmaternal View Post
    Well my fave is lemon slice so I am no help to you LOL

    How is your clothie supermodel??
    Hey!! I've missed you!! She's doing so well LOL! Still love that tee layered over a long-sleeve top!

    Ok- my lemon slice recipie. Surely you all know this?!

    MELT TOGETHER:
    1/2 tin condensed milk
    125gms/4oz butter

    ADD TO:
    1 pack of crushed marie biccies
    Grated rind of 1 lemon
    1 cup coconut

    Press into slice container/tray and ice with lemon icing. I then sprinkle it with shavings of coconut.

    Cool in fridge. Or slice up and freeze!
    Em Mason
    Ronan: June 04
    Ariene: May 06

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    Quote Originally Posted by kiahskeeper View Post
    My kids love this and it freezes really well.

    Hope you enjoy.


    RASPBERRY SLICES

    Ingredients:

    1/2 cup butter/marg
    1/2 cup of sugar
    2 med eggs
    1 1/2 cups s/r flour
    raspberry jam (to taste-little or a lot)
    1/2 additional sugar
    1 cup desiccated coconut
    pinch salt

    Method:

    1. Cream butter and sugar together
    2. Add 1 egg
    3. Add sifted flour. Mix well
    4. Spread thinly in flat well greased or lined 35 x 25 x 2cm swiss roll pan or similar.
    5. Spread with raspberry jam.
    6. Beat remaining egg and additional sugar together, add coconut.
    7. Spread over jam.
    8. Bake in moderate oven, 180-200c, for about 20 minutes or until lightly browned.
    9. When cold cut into slices.

    I then put it into sealy bags in lunch box/serving size in freezer. Keeps for about 3 months.

    SIA I know there is lots of sugar in it, but it is so yummy with a cuppa.

    Hope you enjoy.

    Oooo... mmmm...
    Definetley gonna do this one!! Thanks!!
    Em Mason
    Ronan: June 04
    Ariene: May 06

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    Hi Em,

    I forgot to post you the other slice recipes. I'll send them tomorrow if I get a chance.

    Mel

    p.s. if i haven't sent them in the next cpl of days pm me and remind me, i have a memory like a sieve
    Gorgeous 8yo DD: Adorable 3yo DS


 

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