Try these sweet and easy chocolate slice recipes, whether you are after plain, gluten-free or mixed with coconut and caramel. Great for cake stalls or morning teas.
Moist brownies are topped with a layer of mint cream and a rich chocolate glaze - a lot like a brownie version of a peppermint slice.
This recipe has a chocolate and marshmallow base similar to a brownie, then served with a marshmallow fluff topping.
I get asked to make this all the time. It's made with raw grated beetroot. Lovely flavour!
Rice bubbles and chocolate chips are held together with golden syrup, sugar and peanut butter. Easy to make easy to eat.
A simple delicious slice to serve as dessert or to have with a cup of very nice coffee. Very easy to make, with not too many ingredients. It improves with age so is better made a day or so before you eat. For a very rich, muddy slice, reduce cooking time by 8-10 minutes
This recipe is named after Sir Peter Snell because it went so fast!!! It has been passed down through my family and is simply delicious! (Sorry there is no picture, I was meaning to take one but it had all gone before I got there)
No-cook chocolate coconut slice using crushed biscuits and condensed milk. Takes 10 mins to make.
One of my mum's best recipes. We used to call it a Skite Cake but now I think everyone knows it as a Caramel Slice. She would ice it with chocolate icing.
A delicious slice, that can be used for any occasion.
This delicious recipe is a guilty pleasure of mine. Enjoy the chewy crunchy caramel base with a rich chocolate ganache over the top that melts in your mouth. You can also do all the melting/heating in the microwave, but it's never quite as good!