Your yummiest ever slice recipe urgently please!

ana-marie, Jun 14, 6:50am
My husband is in a baking comp, category slices. Need your best ever, toe-curlingly good slice recipes please!

charlieb2, Jun 14, 6:51am
better not ask me! ! ! ! lol

jessie981, Jun 14, 7:44am
Easy as
Chocolate Crunch
125gr butter
1c coconut
1TBSP cocoa
1c four
1/2c sugar
1tsp vanilla essence
Melt melt & pour over dry ingredients
Press into sponge roll tin
Bake 20 - 30 mins @ 180
Cut while warm & ice when cold

toadfish, Jun 14, 8:38am
No but you should ask Fastlane... . She had the nicesest slice I ever tasted last week... calling fastyyyyyyyyyyyyy

chrisynz, Jun 14, 10:58am
First, go to the warehouse and buy a bag of RJ's offcuts licorice at $4. 29 for 1kg bag in our local warehouse it's a cheap way to buy licorice - offcuts are fine for the recipe.

Crush 2 pkts of plain biscuits. Chop enough lic allsorts into small bits to fill 1 cup (or even 1. 5 cups). Add 1 tin of *** ssshhhhh SCM ***** and 100g melted butter. Mix together and press into a slice tin and ice when set with melted chocolate.

Strictly for special occasions in this household, way too dangerous!

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fastlanenz (98 )8:19 am, Sat 9 Jan #14

chrisynz, Jun 14, 10:58am
*** ssshhhhh SCM ***** is sweetened condesed milk

toadfish, Jun 14, 7:13pm
I am sure thats very good as well... . but not the one I tried... . . Devine base... thick caramel and crumb type topping... can't remember what she called it ... . fassssttttyyyyyy... ... .

245sam, Jun 14, 9:37pm
ana-marie, if you haven't already done so, then I suggest that you have a look through:-

http://trademecooks.net.nz/viewforum. php? f=15

My personal favourite is the very easily made but yummy to eat Caramel Crumble and the recipe for that can be found at:-

http://trademecooks.net.nz/viewtopic. php? f=15&t=610&
start=0&st=0&sk=t&sd=a

Although I still haven't tried it these ways yet, I do recall someone (sorry I can't remember who) posting that she had made the Caramel Crumble in a loaf tin because a thicker base (and thicker caramel layer too) was preferred and someone, or maybe the same person? , had also served the Caramel Crumble warm as a dessert - this latter variation was apparently a VERY yummy sweet treat to end their meal.

Hope this helps and Good Luck to your DH for the competition. :-))

mackenzie2, Jun 14, 9:43pm
My most asked for slice is very easy to make Soften 200gms butter and add 1 cup sugar, beat till pale add 1 egg and beat again, add 2 cups of self raising flour, beat till combined. Press 3/4 of mixture into lined tin, add spread with frozen mixed berries, sprinkle about 3/4 cup large choc buttons on top of berries and crumble reserved mixture on top, bake at 180 degrees for 30 - 40 mins oven dependent.

rainrain1, Jun 14, 9:54pm
Good ol' Russian Square :-)

250gr butter
1+1/4 cup sugar
2T golden syrup
2 eggs beaten
1 cup sultanas(more or less)
2 cups plain flour
2 teasp Baking Powder

METHOD
Heat first 3 ingredients together in a saucepan and mix well. Cool.
Add remaining 4 ingredients and mix till combined
Spread into 20 X 30cm slice tim and bake for 20-25 minutes at 180 degreesC. May need longer depending on your oven.
Ice with chocolate icing.

pam.delilah, Jun 14, 10:02pm
x1
Magic Slice

1 1/2 cups malt biscuits, crushed
75 g butter, melted
1 cup choc bits
1 cup chopped raisins
1 cup desiccated coconut
1 cup flaked almonds
300 ml Sweetened Condensed Milk
Makes: 24 squares
Method
Preheat oven to 180ºC.
Grease and line 18cm x 28cm lamington pan.
Combine biscuit crumbs and butter.
Press mixture into pan.
Sprinkle choc bits over crumb crust.
Top with raisins, or apricots, coconut and almonds.
Pour Sweetened Condensed Milk evenly over top.
Bake for 25-30 minutes until golden brown.
Cool in pan, cut into squares to serve.

sniffer69, Jun 15, 2:26am
Sounds scrummy-what quantity of berries please?

juliewn, Aug 7, 7:59pm
I agree Sniffer. . your recipe sounds delicious MacKenzie :-)

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