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    So subbing!!!!!

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    weetbix slice
    ingredients:
    3 weet bix crushed
    1 1/2 cups SR flour
    1 cup dessicated coconut
    150g butter, melted
    3/4 cup brown sugar
    Icing:
    3/4 cup icing sugar
    2tbs cocoa
    50g butter, melted
    1tbs hot water

    Method:
    1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees celsius
    2. grease and line slice tray with baking paper
    3 place all dry ingredients into bowl. Mix to combine. Add melted butter and stir until combined completely.
    4. press slice into tray using bake of spoon to smooth down. Bake for 20-25 mins or until golden.
    5. while slice cools, make icing. Combine all ingredients in a bowl and mix until smooth. pour over slice and spread to cover.

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    This is always a winner for us:

    Slacker's Vanilla slice (aka. Snot block!)

    Ingredients:
    600ml thickened cream (full fat only)
    2 sheets puff pastry
    2 cottees vanilla custard packets

    Method:

    Preheat oven to 180.

    With a sharp knife, score each layer of puff pastry in a checkered pattern (makes it easier to cut later).

    Lay sheet of puff pastry on each oven rack. Cook for 10 mins (or until golden brown). Remove and cool.

    Whip cream until peaks form. Sprinkle in cottees custard packs and whip together for another 30 seconds or until combined. Put in fridge for at least 30 - 60 minutes to set.

    Grab first sheet of puff pastry and lay on flat surface. Spread the entire contents of cream/custard over the sheet. Lay the second pastry layer on top and press lightly so it is held together.

    Pop back in fridge for another half an hour and then cut into squares.



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    Last edited by thesmallestmeasure; 23-07-2013 at 14:29.

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    Hi Baking Slice Queens..
    Does anyone have a Cherry Ripe Slice recipe ??? I need to make 3 of these for my daughters school fair and the one I just made doesn't really taste too much like cherry. And it was waaaaaaay to much copha, my hands were so oily from it ..YUK
    OR should I use 200g of cherry and only 100g copha ???
    HELP ..... PLEASE....


    125g Copha
    400g can sweetended condensed milk
    250g Milk Coffee biscuits (or milk arrowroot) finely crushed
    cochineal (or pink food colouring)
    100g pkt glace cherries, finely chopped
    2/3 cups desiccated coconut

    Topping
    125g Copha
    250g choc bits

    METHOD
    Place Copha in medium saucepan and melt over low heat. Do not boil. Add condensed milk, crushed biscuits and a little cochineal to give pink colour, stir until well combined. Remove from heat, add cherries and coconut, mix well. Press mixture into greased Swiss roll tin. (I didn’t grease my tin. I just used baking paper. It made lifting it out and slicing it so easy.)

    Melt remaining copha gently and stir in chocolate, stirring until it’s all melted together. Pour over slice and refrigerate until hard.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thesmallestmeasure View Post
    This is always a winner for us:

    Slacker's Vanilla slice (aka. Snot block!)

    Ingredients:
    600ml thickened cream (full fat only)
    2 sheets puff pastry
    2 cottees vanilla custard packets

    Method:

    Preheat oven to 180.

    With a sharp knife, score each layer of puff pastry in a checkered pattern (makes it easier to cut later).

    Lay sheet of puff pastry on each oven rack. Cook for 10 mins (or until golden brown). Remove and cool.

    Whip cream until peaks form. Sprinkle in cottees custard packs and whip together for another 30 seconds or until combined. Put in fridge for at least 30 - 60 minutes to set.

    Grab first sheet of puff pastry and lay on flat surface. Spread the entire contents of cream/custard over the sheet. Lay the second pastry layer on top and press lightly so it is held together.

    Pop back in fridge for another half an hour and then cut into squares.



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    This is amazing!! I make this for family gatherings and everyone smashes it!! Always get compliments and requests for the recipe and it tastes amazing!!

    Also tastes great with passionfruit icing!

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    A delish thermomix cherry type slice recipe is
    1 packet Marie biscuits and
    3 cherry ripes blitzed until fine

    And 1 can of condensed milk and mix. Place in lined slice tin and top with melted dark choc. Leave to set.

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    Yum .... This thread is torture for a pregnant woman lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally90 View Post
    This is amazing!! I make this for family gatherings and everyone smashes it!! Always get compliments and requests for the recipe and it tastes amazing!!

    Also tastes great with passionfruit icing!
    Thanks. . Does it need to stay refrigerated?
    As I dint think they have a fridge at the cake stall ??The cottees vanilla custard is that near the packet jelly section ??

    Hanuka... Thanks but I don't have a thermo mix


 

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