Monday 4 December 2017

Maltesers Slice

No bake slices are always my go-to when I want to make something sweet, but I'm not really feeling the effort of baking. And who doesn't love a new way to eat maltesers??

This slice is a Malteser lovers dream... 

... It's incredibly quick and easy to make, and is reasonably fast setting as well. It makes a great lunchbox or after school snack, and is a great recipe for the kids to try and make by themselves - with adult supervision with the hot stove-top of course!

I'm still trying to catch up on posting all the recipes I made and photographed before our baby was born (whose NINE MONTHS OLD now..). Call me useless, but this recipe was made in November 2016... posting it just over a year later! I'll get all caught up eventually.

Maltesers Slice

Makes about 24 pieces

125 g butter
1/2 tin (200 g) condensed milk
1/2 Cup brown sugar
250 g plain biscuits
2 Tbsp cocoa powder
1 Cup maltesers


70 g butter
70 g dark chocolate
1 Cup icing sugar

1. Line the base and grease the sides of a spring-form slice tin.

2. Heat the butter, condensed milk, and sugar together in a large saucepan until well combined. Remove from the heat and sift in the cocoa powder, stir to combine,

3. Process the biscuits to a fine crumb in a food processor, add to the saucepan along with the maltesers. Stir everything to combine well.

4. Pour into the prepared tin and refrigerate while you prepare the icing.

5. To prepare the icing, melt the chocolate together with the butter, pour slowly into sifted icing sugar in a large bowl, and mix to combine. Spread over the slice.

6. Return to the refrigerator until set, give it a few hours. Once set, cut into bars or squares and store into an airtight container.

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