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    As promised, sorry for the delay.

    CHERRY PEPPERMINT SLICE

    2 Cherry ripes (Chopped)
    2 Peppermint Crisps (Chopped)
    1 packet Marie Biscuits (Crushed)
    1 tin of condensed milk
    1 Tbsp Cocoa
    Coconut for rolling in.

    Mix chocolate bars, biscuits, condensed milk and cocoa together.

    Divide into 3, roll out into a log about 1-2cm thick

    Roll each in coconut

    Roll in aluminium foil and Set in the fridge if you need them that day...OR

    Roll in aluminuim foil and place into the freezer.

    Take them out about 5-10mins before needed, and cut into slices to seve.

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    I tend to put the marie biscuits and chocolate bars into the food processor and chop/crush them all up in one step to save time.

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    Here is the magic slice recipe I promised:

    "Magic Slice"

    1 1/2 cups crushed plain sweet biscuits (Nice etc)
    75g butter, melted
    1 cup milk choc bits
    1 cup raisins
    1 cup desiccated coconut
    1 cup flaked almonds
    395g can sweetened condensed milk

    1. Preheat oven to 180c. Grease a 18cm x 28cm lamington pan.
    2. Combine biscuit crumbs and butter. Press mixture into pan.
    3. Sprinkle choc bits over crumb crust. Top with raisins, coconut and almonds. Pour condensed milk evenly over top.
    4. Bake for 25-30 mins or until top is golden brown and the centre is firm. Allow to cool in pan.

    Makes 24 squares.

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    Yuuummmm!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrookieR View Post
    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 Slice1 x packet of vanilla or butter cake mix (no name brands are fine)1 x cup of desicated coconut125g melted butterCan of Pie AppleCarton of sour cream (the smaller one)CinnamonMix 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.
    What size pie apple? The 400g or 800g? Oh and the cake mix, is it made up or literally just the loose mix itself? Thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by kristinandchloe View Post
    What size pie apple? The 400g or 800g? Oh and the cake mix, is it made up or literally just the loose mix itself? Thanks
    Loose cake mix - not made up.
    400g tin of pie apple.

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