So bright, so colourful, so delicious! This really is the ultimate Licorice Allsort Slice recipe… and it’s completely no-bake!
Scroll down to the bottom of the post for my Licorice Allsort Slice recipe…
Yay – it’s Friday!! Is anyone else as excited as I am!? Not only do I get to check out all of the incredibly yummy recipes on todays Fabulous Foodie Fridays party, but it’s also the weekend. Woo hoo!! This week our feature recipe is a deliciously moorish Licorice Allsort Slice… OMG is there a sweeter way to start the weekend? Let’s kick things off with my favourite recipes from last weeks party.
I haven’t made Afghan biscuits for years, but I definitely need to make some again. If you’ve never tried them before, make sure you pop over and check out Just A Mum’s recipe… you’ll be very, very happy you did!
Now pop over and check out Lauren’s favourite picks from last week too!
Licorice Allsort Slice recipe…
This week I’m very excited to be sharing my Licorice Allsort Slice with you. I’m totally dedicating this recipe to my Mum because she loves it! In fact, I made this batch for her as a thank you for the bazillion things she does for me… even though I’m grown up, married and haven’t lived at home for years, she still is the most incredible help and support. But that’s enough of the soppy stuff, she’s just a really, really brilliant and beautiful person!
So, a few weeks ago Mum was telling me that every time she goes to the hairdresser she gets a piece of slice with her cuppa and she loves it when it’s Licorice Allsort Slice. It reminded me that I haven’t made that slice for AGES. Far too long!
Now don’t think I’m a weirdo but I don’t actually like licorice and yet I absolutely love this slice! I know that’s really strange. I think the yummy biscuit base and chocolate top make the licorice way yummier for a non-fan like me. Other people (yes Mum – I’m talking to you) would probably love way more licorice in the slice, but I think this is the perfect balance.
And as we all know, I’m very impartial to pretty food. And this, my friends, is bright, colourful and pretty food. Licorice Allsort Slice is like a little ray of sunshine! See below for conventional and Thermomix instructions. xx
- Melted butter, to grease
- 125g butter, chopped
- 160ml (2/3 cup) sweetened condensed milk
- 1 tablespoon golden syrup
- 1 x 250g pkt plain sweet biscuits (such as Marie biscuits), crushed
- 45g (1/2 cup) desiccated coconut
- 1 x 375g pkt licorice allsorts, coarsely chopped
- 200g dark cooking chocolate, chopped
- 30g copha or coconut oil
- Line and grease a 18 x 32cm slice tray with baking paper.
- Combine the butter, condensed milk and golden syrup in a medium saucepan over low heat.
- Cook, stirring continually, for 5 minutes or until butter has melted and the mixture is smooth.
- Pour into a large heatproof bowl and add the crushed biscuits, coconut and licorice allsorts and stir until just combined.
- Press the mixture into the base of the prepared pan and set aside for 30 minutes to set.
- Place the chocolate and copha/coconut oil in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan half-filled with simmering water (make sure the bowl doesn't touch the water).
- Use a metal spoon to stir over low heat until chocolate has melted the and mixture is smooth.
- Pour the melted chocolate over the slice.
- Place into the fridge for 1 hour to set.
- Cut into squares to serve.
Licorice Allsort Slice – Thermomix Instructions:
1. Crush biscuits on Tubro until they resemble fine crumbs (about 5-10 seconds).
2. Set biscuit crumbs aside.
3. Chop licorice all sorts by hand (you can do this in the TM but it looks better if you slice them evenly with a knife).
4. Weigh the condensed milk, butter and golden syrup into TM bowl and melt on Reverse Speed 2 for 3 minutes or until smooth.
5. Add the crushed biscuits, chopped licorice allsorts and coconut.
6. Mix together on Reverse Speed 2 until well combined (about 20-30 seconds).
7. Press the mixture into the base of the prepared pan and set aside for 30 minutes to set.
8. To make the chocolate topping, melt chocolate and coconut oil on 50 degrees Speed 2 for 3-5 minutes (stop once melted).
9. Pour the chocolate over the slice and place into the fridge for an hour before cutting into slices.
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