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    Default Oat slice condensed milk recipe?

    Any bakers out there?

    I have rolled oats (about 4 cups)
    Maple syrup
    Brown sugar
    White sugar
    About 50g of butter
    a tin of sweetened condensed milk
    Flour
    Vanilla essence

    Really feel like making some kind of slice, any ideas with what I have? Something tried and tested would be awesome. I remember seeing an easy looking recipe for an oat slice with condensed milk on here before but can't find it.

    Thanks so much

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    Oh and eggs, I have lots of those too and normal milk

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    I tin of condensed milk
    To 4 cups of oats and what ever mix ins you want. I like finely diced dried fruit nuts and seeds.
    Cook on low (100 degree) oven for 1 hour.
    It kinda caramelly and oh so yummy.

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    This recipe is seriously delicious. I've never put nuts in. I've replaced the cranberries with dates/apricots/sultanas. If you don't have any seeds, just up the dried fruit component.

    http://www.nigella.com/recipes/view/breakfast-bars-55

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    I tin of condensed milk
    To 4 cups of oats and what ever mix ins you want. I like finely diced dried fruit nuts and seeds.
    Cook on low (100 degree) oven for 1 hour.
    It kinda caramelly and oh so yummy.
    I do this and add nuts, chic chips, and chia seeds

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