Heaps of great slice recipes, perfect for morning tea, great for feeding a crowd. Check out our no-cook slices, chocolate or caramel slices, raspberry, blueberry or lemon slices.
Easy to bake and gluten free. Stays crunchy for days and tastes almost like fudge. Everyone adores it.
*Warning to young consumers* These brownies contain butter beans which are good for you! Don't worry too much though they still have two other important ingredients... sugar and chocolate. Do you need gluten free treats? These are the answer and they are simple to make!
This baked savoury slice is very nice served with a tossed salad or eaten on its own as a snack. It's a nice addition to school lunches.
These lemon squares are so gooey they are almost like lemon curd. Easy to make and wonderfully delicious.
Shortbread base, a caramel layer and a dark chocolate topping-the classic Caramel Slice. Make sure you cut this into slices before the chocolate fully sets or the chocolate will crack while you're cutting.
These are very gooey, which I think is a good thing. However, if you want them firmer you'll need to cook them longer than the recommended time. Great for people with egg or dairy allergies too!
This crispy no-cook slice is great to make with kids. A few pieces wrapped in cellophane can make a great Christmas pressie for them to give-that's if the adults haven't eaten them all first.
For a festive tray, make another pan using limes instead of lemons and adding a drop of green food colouring to give a very pale green. After both pans have cooled, cut into uniform 5cm squares and arrange in a checker board fashion.
A different way to enjoy the flavour of Anzac biscuits.
Butter, honey and sugar all combined with rice bubbles then sliced into bars. Such an easy treat for school fetes, kids lunch boxes and after school snacks.