Wednesday, July 7
When my friend Ally asked me on Facebook last week if I had a recipe for Mars Bar Slice I knew I did somewhere. I made one a few years ago for a friend's birthday to the standard recipe but couldn't bring myself to finish even a square.
It was too sickly sweet. Too sticky.
So I tweaked these ones a little because that's what I do and because I didn't want to repeat the previous recipe. I took them to my playgroup last week and they were a hit. One friend said 'My friend is famous for these, but I like these ones more, don't tell her'.
I hope she doesn't read my blog.
Anyways, this is a recipe you can make with the kids or put a teenager in charge of. No baking and ready in 20 minutes tops.
264 grams mars bars (that's a 12x fun size pack)
1 tb golden syrup
5 x Triple Choc biscuits - Country Cottage brand
3 cups rice bubbles
1 x 250g milk chocolate
45 g butter
In a bowl, crumble biscuits and add ricebubbles. Stir to combine.
Grease slice pan (I used tupperware slice n stor) with canola spray
In a saucepan, place mars bars, 120g butter and golden syrup, heat on low until it is all melted, use a metal whisk to combine.
Pour saucepan contents into the the dry ingredients and mix quickly until all combined. Pour into the slice pan and press down with wet hands to make an even consistency.
To make the topping break up chocolate and place in microwave proof bowl or jug on 50% for 1 minute, remove, stir and place back in the microwave for a further minute on 50% power. Remove and add the butter, stir through until it melts.
Pour over slice and smooth over evenly.
Place in the refrigerator for an hour before cutting into 16 or 32 pieces!
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