The thought of vanilla slices brings me back to my school canteen days. Here are a few vanilla slice recipes to recreate that fabulous taste.
I went to a Christmas party few years ago and I had a piece of vanilla slice. I liked it so much that I've been making it ever since.
These no-cook vanilla slices have a white chocolate topping and taste so good that I guarantee you will really like them! It's easy enough for older children to make, too
No cooking, no instant pudding, so easy you wonder why you haven't made it before.
This is a French style vanilla slice called mille-feuilles. They are delicious and easy to make using frozen puff pastry.
Flavoured icing makes all the difference to our good Aussie "snotblock".
Sao good bye to other desserts. This is so easy. Made with sao biscuits and instant pudding mixes. No baking involved.
Sometimes called mille-fuille, this vanilla slice is light in flavour and has a lovely zig-zag pattern on top.
Rich golden blonde brownies with chocolate chips. Brown sugar and vanilla give these sinful brownies their rich and delicious flavour. Enjoy warm with ice cream.
This is a quick recipe that uses a packet cake mix, cream cheese and yoghurt. Perfect for a snack during the day.
This cake is easy to make and tastes really great. The layers of pastry and custard give it a wonderful rustic look.