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    Hey has anyone got some savoury slice recipes thats yummy for Mum but my 10mo could also eat

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    Ooh two come to mind for me... A chocolate jam slice and peanut butter jam slice. Both require baking but omg so good!! The choc one is super quick to throw together tho, from starting to going in the oven its not even 10mins.


    If anyone's interested i'll post them for you :-)

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    I got a recipe from a friend for a decadent passionfruit slice that I now make all the time.

    Here goes.

    Ingredients
    1 cup sugar
    1 cup coconut (i used dessicated)
    1 cup SR flour
    125g butter
    395g can of condensed milk (not the lite one)
    170g can passionfruit pulp

    Method
    In a large bowl mix together sugar, coconut, SR flour
    Add 125g melted butter
    Press into base of lined & greased 22cm square pan
    Bake at 180c (160c for fan forced) for 10-15min then cool for 15min
    Combine condensed milk & passionfruit pulp & pour over cooled base
    Return to oven for 10-15mins then chill until set.
    Cut into squares to serve. I crumble a flake chocolate over the top.

    Mmmmm think I will make it tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by jojo456 View Post
    Ooh two come to mind for me... A chocolate jam slice and peanut butter jam slice. Both require baking but omg so good!! The choc one is super quick to throw together tho, from starting to going in the oven its not even 10mins.


    If anyone's interested i'll post them for you :-)

    yes please

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    I made this yesterday

    http://www.4ingredients.com.au/jelly-slice


    i used a Maxi (thermo machine), its so easy, like a simple science experiment. Kids loved it. I put it in a Pyrex dish and then it came out quite easily.

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    Here we go! The peanut butter jam slice I originally made from my Super Food Ideas magazine, but have found it on Taste.

    http://www.taste.com.au/recipes/2787...lly+slice#null


    And my....

    Chocolate Raspberry Slice

    2 cups (300g) plain flour
    ½ cup (50g) cocoa powder
    1 ¾ cups (385g) caster sugar
    200g butter, melted
    2 eggs
    ½ cup raspberry (or strawberry) jam
    1 ½ cups (120g) desiccated coconut

    Chocolate Icing (optional):
    160g icing sugar
    2tbsp cocoa powder
    10g butter, melted
    2tbsp boiling water

    1. Preheat oven to 170C. Grease and line 20x30cm (approx) tin, with paper overhanging.

    2. Sift flour and cocoa into bowl, add sugar and coconut. Stir in butter and eggs and mix well. Spoon just less than half the mixture into pan, press firmly into an even layer. Spread with jam. Spoon over remaining mix and flatten with spatula until no jam is visible. Bake for 60mins or until just firm.

    3. Combine icing ingredients. Spread over hot slice, cool in pan before cutting into squares.




    I find the icing isn't usually required as it is quite sweet and rich as it is. Still, who doesn't like a bit more?

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    My favorite is a chocolate coconut slice, I've just found a great recipe for it too... I can find it if anyone wants it

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