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    Quote Originally Posted by bigZ View Post
    What's the weetbix slice??
    the stay at mum site has 2

    http://stayathomemum.com.au/recipes/...slices/page/4/

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    adding myself to the expanding sub list (I think my waist is expanding with thoughts of what i want to make)

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    Default Best Slice Recipes?

    Quote Originally Posted by shadowangel0205 View Post
    Ill do the cherry peppermint one tomorrow, i dont know it off the top of my head...but the other 2...

    PEPPERMINT CRISP SLICE
    1 pkt Marie biscuits (can use others like arrowroot etc)
    1 tin condensed milk
    3 Peppermint crisps (can get away with 2 for a more subtle taste....or replace with other chocolate bars like crunchy, cherry ripe etc)

    Place biscuits and peppermint crisps into blender/food processor. Mix until breadcrumby consistency (Can do chunkier if you prefer)

    Press into slice tin or square cake tin (makes less pieces but thicker) and let it set in the fridge for about 2hrs, then cut and serve.

    **Optional** We also melt some chocolate and pour it over the top before setting in the fridge, and can put some sprinkles/coconut etc on too. I had a friend add either butter or cream, i cant remember, to the chocolate so it didnt set quite so hard and crack when cut.


    BUTTERNUT CARAMEL SNAPS

    1 packet of Butternut snaps (arnotts are best)
    1 tin caramel top n fill
    Cream (whipped, to top)

    Put the biscuits one each over a shallow rounded muffin tin, and bake 180c until soft.
    Use a soup spoon (i found is best) and press the biscuits gently into the tray to make a small shallow well in the centre.

    When they are cooled, spoon/pipe the caramel into them. Top with whipped cream (and maybe a glace cherry for added looks)
    Do you just mix the condensed milk in with the biscuits and peppermint crisp??

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    oh whoops...haha yeah. Once you blend the biscuits and the crisps up, mix in the condesned milk... Ill go back to edit it.. Should've waited till morning My Sleepy head forgot.

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    Default Best Slice Recipes?

    Thanks that's what I thought!! Will take me back to my childhood growing up in south Africa hehe. Might as well do I now while still pregnant coz I'll be on a weight loss journey afterwards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoCo View Post
    I just found a cocoa pop slice recipe but then remembered the purpose of this thread is for Nomsies gran haha sorry !!!

    I'll be making the cocoa pop one for sure

    Hey that's ok- add it anyway! We'll just change it to the best slice for any occasion thread!

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    I want to eat 10000 slices now.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsOhara View Post
    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.
    I have this recipe too, handwritten from a friend called Susie, so I call it Susie slice. I always skip the almonds though. Still mega YUM!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigZ View Post
    What's the weetbix slice??
    Weetbix slice is an oldie but a goodie!

    60g dark chocolate
    110g butter
    1 tbs golden syrup
    3 weetbix (48g)
    100g desicated coconut (1 cup + 2 tbs)
    1/2 cup brown sugar, firmly packed
    1/2 cup plain flour
    1/2 cup self-raising flour

    Icing
    1 cup icing sugar
    1 tbs cocoa
    1tsp butter, softened
    1 1/2 tbs milk
    coconut to sprinkle on top

    1. Preheat oven to 160C

    2. Prepare a 28 x 18cm tin

    3. Melt chocolate and butter over low heat. Remove from heat and stir in golden syrup.

    4. Finely crush weetbix. Stir in coconut, brown sugar and flours.

    5. Combine choc/butter mix with dry ingredients. Press into tin and bake for 15 minutes.

    6. Mix all icing ingredients together while slice is baking. Icing will be thick but will melt as you put onto warm slice.

    7. Sprinkle with coconut and enjoy!

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    Have made this about a thousand times, and it is a big hit with the oldies at my friends church. There are also similar methods around. I find this the easiest.

    Apple Slice

    1 x packet of vanilla or butter cake mix (no name brands are fine)
    1 x cup of desicated coconut
    125g melted butter
    Can of Pie Apple
    Carton of sour cream (the smaller one)
    Cinnamon

    Mix cake mix and coconut together.
    Pour in melted butter and mix until combined.
    Press mixture into a slice tin and smooth.
    Bake for 15 minutes on 180 degrees, or until lightly golden.
    Take out of oven, and top with pie apple (I chop the pie apple so it is more musch than slices). Spread evenly over base.
    Then spread sour cream over apple.
    Sprinkle top with cinnamon.
    Return to oven and back for further 10-15 mins.
    Turn off oven and leave to cool on rack in oven.
    Remove when slightly warm and cut into slices whilst still in slice tray.
    Put slice in fridge to chill.


 

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