Wednesday, 7 February 2007

Mars Bar Slice - My Way










I know I have been promising you this recipe for a while now. So here it is. It is fantastic. It is always gone before I know it and it is extremely fattening, which I love and goes great with a latte. I hope you enjoy as much as my friends and family do? So Easy :)
  1. 4 Mars Bars ( I like the king size because I am a chocoholic) sliced into pieces.
  2. 1 Tin Condensed Milk
  3. 1 Packet of Chocolate backed Scotch Fingers ( I use home brand, makes no difference)
  4. 100 grams melted Butter
  5. 300 grams melting Choc Buds ( dark for the adults)

Preheat oven to 180 degrees Celsius. Crush biscuits and then add melted butter, press into a slice tin. Arrange Mars Bar pieces on top of biscuit base. Pour over evenly tin of condensed milk. Do not lick the lid OK. I know it is tempting but it is really dangerous for your tongue. Trust me, I know. Bake in the oven for 25 to 30 Min's, until golden and bubbly. Allow to cool and refrigerate. Then melt the choc buds in the microwave on a medium setting ( 450 watts) Allow to sit until the chocolate sets. Then cut into pieces. I always cut of the edges off so that the slice pieces are even and pretty. Don't worry there is always someone around to take the edge bits of your hands. Refrigerate and eat at will. I have absolutely no idea how long it lasts in the fridge, as it disappears like magic. Enjoy. So Easy :)

13 comments:

Little_Miss_Moi said...

Love to see innovative new ways to use the mortar and pestle.

Squishy said...

What a way to bash biscuits. So much fun. Hope you enjoy the slice. It is so yummy. Thank you very much for reading. Cheers Amelita

Karen said...

Hi Amelita,
I just saw one of your threads at foodblogs'cool and had to laugh - children have a remarkable ability to suck out brains! And they don't really know they're doing it.

Anyway, happy to find your blog, and will visit again.

I haven't been to Australia, but look at foodie magazines from there, and it seems so cutting edge! I get a little jealous...

Squishy said...

Hi Karen, Yes , my brain.........sucked....out, no ......function, lol, but I adore them. I am really lucky because parenting is a hard job. If they are sucking out my brain I know they love me.

I have been to the states and love it there. We have a goal to take our kids to San Fran and New York in Nov 2009 for a massive holiday.

We are very lucky with our food. So much diversity. We have just started the second TV series of Top Chef here. The first season was great and the Americans do not do things by halves. I love it!

Lynda said...

Wow! I am so very, very glad you submitted your delicious (and delightful) blog to the Delightfulblogs directory. I can't get over how tasty everything looks and it's refreshing to get a non US point of view. Just lovely!

best,
Lynda
www.delight.com
www.delightfulblogs.com

Squishy said...

Thank you Lynda. I am so glad to hear you like it. I am trying very hard to make it my own statement and as interactive as possible. I think that it is an easy fun read and lots of photos to look at. Colourful, just like me! Te He!

Cheers Amelita

neil said...

Om my dear God, what have you done? I couldn't even look, the calories were just jumping all over me. They look and sound fantastic! Your site is coming along well now, thanks for the mention.

Squishy said...

Thanks Neil, your a star. The fat content in this slice is disgusting but that's why it's soooooooooo good. Wait till you get my recipe for a very special lattace cheese cake slice. This one is just as dangerous.

For my US audience you can use any shortbread instead of the scotch fingers, just not a really delicate one.

Cheers Amelita

Khemany said...

yummmmm that looks so good! my sweet tooth is kicking in!

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm....

Calories and tasty.

Squishy said...

Sacriliciousness !!!!!

Betty said...

I am gaining weight just looking at the picture. My question was is that a 9x13"(22x33cm?)pan you put it in? th picture makes them look so nice and high. Can't weight,er,wait to try these.
Betty

Squishy said...

Yes I believe those measurements are correct on the slice pan size. Hope you enjoy and Thank you very much for stopping by. Hope to see you again.