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    Definitely mars bar slice! All you need to do is melt and stir! Soooo yummy!

    Or peanut butter slice which I love! Just need to blend everything together and zap the chocolate in the microwave!

    Also hedgehog slice!!

    I love slices!! Let me know if you want me to type out the recipes!

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    Mars bar slice is really delicious

    HERE is a recipe for it. This recipe says to put a choc layer on top but I dont do that. Its tastes good enough on its own.

    I make a delicious violet crumble cheesecake but its kinda like a slice. I get SO many compliments on its crazy and its my most requested dessert amongst my friends and family.

    Recipe for Violet crumble cheesecake slice

    Base
    2 cups (250g) plain uniced chocolate biscuit crumbs (I use tiny teddys and blitz them)
    125g butter, melted

    Filling
    2 x 250g packets cream cheese, softened
    1/2 cup caster sugar
    1/2 cup sour cream
    2 teaspoons of gelatine
    1 tablespoon water
    3 x 45g violet crumble bars broken up (I use 1 for dusting over the top)

    1. Lightly grease a 20cm, 30cm pan. Line with baking paper to extend over the sides.
    2. Combine biscuit crumbs and butter in a bowl; mix well. Press evenly over base of prepared pan. Refrigerate for 30 mins or until firm
    3. Filling. Beat cream cheese, sugar and cream in a small bowl with an electric mixer until light and fluffy.
    4. Sprinkle gelatine over water in a cup and stand in a small pan of simmering water, stir until dissolved. Cool slightly.
    5. With motor operating pour gelatine mixture into cream cheese mixture. Fold in Violet crumble bars. Pour mixture over set crumb crust. Refrigerate until set.


    Another recipe I tried the other day is this. Kinda turned out like healthy LCM bars. Its done in a thermomix but you dont need one to make them. Recipe
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    Subbing. I'm going to try that violet crumble cheesecake!!

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    Can you use crunchy instead of violet crumble?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RunawayPrincess View Post
    Can you use crunchy instead of violet crumble?
    I have never tried it with Crunchies but I couldnt see why not? When using violet crumble the honeycomb somehow half melts and goes a bit gooey. Its sooo good. I havent made it in ages but now I want too

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    Yummy. Going to try some of these

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    Oh my some of these look yummy!!!!!

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    I use this recipe for my hazelnut slice.
    No bake and super yummy! I change it a little and chop up the flaked almonds, I have them untoasted too. I also use either Cadbury Hazelnut chocolate or Fruit and Nut.

    I also do a nice sour cream and apple slice and a caramel slice but they require baking.
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    Oh yum thanks everyone! I may just be making slices for months to come!

    Keep posting though, I am a recipe hoarder!

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    Default Re: Best Slice Recipes?

    RnR could you please put up the peanut butter slice my ds would luv it. Am defiantly going to try some of these can any not be frozen?

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