Caramello Slice (10 minutes and no-bake!!)

The yummiest, easiest, no-bake Caramello Slice made with Cadbury Caramello chocolate…. to-die-for!!!! This is the best chocolate caramel slice ever!

I am a total self-confessed chocoholic. There is no doubt that I love chocolate. If we lived in medieval times, there’s a fair chance I’d trade my left arm for a block of chocolate (don’t worry I’m right-handed, so it’s totally ok). I’m just kidding! I love my left arm!! But anyway, a while ago I saw a recipe for Caramello Slice on Lauren’s blog, Create Bake Make and thought that I absolutely must make it. But as so often happens (to me anyway), I got totally distracted and forgot about it! Then, this week the same Caramello Slice recipe came up on my Facebook feed and I thought this really must be a sign… from the Chocoholics God I’m assuming? And this time, there was no way I was going to let myself get distracted and forget to make it!

Caramello Slice

Oh my goodness, what a simple slice! There’s no baking involved and it seriously takes about 10 minutes. It takes longer to go to the supermarket and buy the ingredients. If you’re a fan of Cadbury Caramello chocolate then you are totally going to love this. It’s a little slice of heaven. All you need to do is crush your biscuits, melt the butter and chocolate, and then mix it all together with the condensed milk. I also added 1/4 cup of coconut to the mix, because I love coconut (you could totally leave it out if you prefer!).

Caramello Slice

Caramello Slice

Caramello Slice

Then you pop the slice into the fridge and melt some more chocolate (yes more!). Spread that on top and pop back into the fridge for a few hours to set completely. In the meantime, pace furiously up and down past your fridge willing it to be ready (no, no, just grab a cuppa and watch Real Housewives instead!).

Caramello Slice
Caramello Slice

When you take it out of the fridge, leave it for about 20 minutes before cutting into slices, so that the chocolate on top doesn’t crack.

Caramello Slice

Then sit down and enjoy your fabulous slice… because you totally deserve it!

Caramello Slice


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Caramello Slice

The yummiest, easiest, no-bake Caramello Slice made with Cadbury Caramello chocolate.... to-die-for!!!! This is the best chocolate caramel slice ever!
Course Slices
Cuisine Chocolate
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 15
Author Bake Play Smile


  • 220 g Caramello chocolate
  • 1 X 250g packet of plain biscuits – crushed
  • ¼ cup (60g) butter
  • 1/2 - 3/4 tin condensed milk 200-300g, I find that it sometimes depends on the type of biscuits you use as to whether you need a little more or less
  • 1/4 cup (20g) coconut
  • 220 g block plain chocolate for topping


  1. Crush biscuits in a food processor.
  2. Break chocolate into pieces and melt with butter in the microwave.
  3. Stir in condensed milk, coconut and crushed biscuits.
  4. Press into a standard sized rectangle slice tray that has been greased and lined with baking paper.
  5. Refrigerate.
  6. Melt the block of plain chocolate and spread evenly over the top.
  7. Refrigerate for a couple of hours or until completely set and hardened.
  8. Cut into slices.

Caramello Slice Thermomix Instructions:

1. Place biscuits into the TM bowl and crush by holding on Turbo for 5-10 seconds.

2. Set biscuits aside.

3. Melt butter and broken up caramello chocolate on 50 degrees, Speed 3, 4-5 mins (scraping down the bowl occasionally).

4. Add biscuits, coconut and condensed milk to the bowl and mix on reverse Speed 3 for 1 minute (scraping down the bowl occasionally).

5. Press into a standard sized rectangular slice tray and refrigerate.

6.  Place the block of plain chocolate into the TM bowl and grate on Speed 5 for 10 seconds.

7. Melt on Speed 3, 4-5 mins (scraping down the bowl occasionally).

8. Refrigerate for a couple of hours or until completely set and hardened.

9. Cut into slices.

No Bake Caramello Slice

62 thoughts on “Caramello Slice (10 minutes and no-bake!!)”

  1. Lila says:

    Wow these look decadently delicious!
    Thanks for joining in the link up!

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Thanks for having me Lila! xx

      1. Rachiebabes says:

        Looks fab! Here in England we can’t get Cadbury Caramello .. we have Cadbury Chovolsye filled with caramel … is this too soft and runny for your recipe?
        Rachiebabes x

        1. Bake Play Smile says:

          Hi there! I ‘think’ it sounds like that is the same thing! Our Caramello chocolate is filled with caramel too! xx

      2. Rachiebabes says:

        I just replied to this … my post should have said we get Cadbury Caramel bars …

        Best, Rachiebabes x

  2. Yum! But I don’t think my butt will thank you….;)

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Haha yep but your tastebuds totally will Lydia! xx

  3. You are going to kill my sugar free life! So many beautiful recipes and photographs that you share, xS

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Oh thanks Sarah! Don’t worry I’ve got a few savoury and sugar-free ones coming up! xx

  4. Wow, these look delicious! And so perfectly cut into squares too – impressive! Caramel chocolate has got to be one of my favourites, so I’ll have to give this a try when I next need to make something to share with people (if I made it now I’d just eat it all myself!)

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Haha yep I had to share it otherwise I would have easily gobbled it all up myself… and that’s never going to end well!!

  5. I’m not a fan of chocolate, but will give both arms for condensed milk 😉

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Don’t worry – I more than make up for you not being a chocolate fan… and yep condensed milk is pretty awesome!!

    1. Bake Play Smile says:


  6. Ai Sakura says:

    No bake kinda dessert? Sounds great to me!! 😛

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Absolutely! So easy and yet so yummy!

  7. Wow. Yours look so perfect! Mine never turn out like this 🙂 hehe! Love this recipe.

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Haha I bet it does Kaz!!! xxx

  8. I made this slice and it was delicious. I even made it using peppermint filled chocolate and it tasted great!

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Yummo!! That’s a great idea! I’m totally trying that! xx

  9. Chocolate, no bake, ten minutes- sounds like a perfect, naughty treat when the chocolate pangs hit!

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Absolutely!!! Enjoy 🙂

  10. ann says:

    Banning myself from your blog!!
    This looks delicious!!

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Noooo Ann!!! I promise I’ll put a healthy recipe up soon!!! xxx

  11. Seriously, reading your blog is dangerous to my health! I was all good with reading this until you said “no bake”. That is my weakness. I am a total sucker for desserts I can make we minimal effort and no cooking! So this is now on my list, and I think I will make it for Zee’s birthday as it has Punky’s 3 favourite foods in it! #teamIBOT

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Haha yep I love no-bake too!! xx

  12. You are no friend to my waist line, you know that right?
    So much goodness!!!

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      I doooooo!!! xx

  13. Caramello is one of my favourite things. Add condensed milk and I’m in heaven!

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Absolutely!! Couldn’t agree more!!

  14. While I love how scrummy it looks can I also say how impressed I am at how straight you cut the slice!!!!!!!!!!! Seriously do you get a ruler out 😉 xxx

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Haha that’s called obsessive compulsive disorder I do believe!!!

  15. Tegan says:

    Ohhh that is super simple…I might have to give it a try.

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Haha Tegan you know what the problem is… it’s so simple that it’s just way to easy to whip up whenever you need a chocolate fix (which is a dangerous thing for me!).

  16. delicious of course! and so easy! another good recipe to steal 🙂
    thanks for linking for #sundaybrunch Have a great week xx

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Please do!!! xxx

  17. I am a big fan of caramello. I love how neatly your slices always look =)

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Haha Nikki it’s called obsessive compulsive!!! 🙂

  18. Yum, yum, yum. Although I must honestly admit that I’d have a hard time not eating all of the Cadbury chocolate before it goes into the slice!

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Haha me too!!

  19. Amy says:

    Made this the other day with caramello and milk arrowroot, and it was so good that I made another one with the leftover condensed milk, hazelnut chocolate and marie biscuits. This one is going into the family recipe book!

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Oh that sounds amazing!!!! I love hazelnut too 🙂 Great idea!

  20. Emma says:

    what size Tin of condensed milk did you use?

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      A standard 395g tin 🙂

  21. Kathy says:

    Is there a step missing? What do u do with the melted chocolate?

    1. Bake Play Smile says:

      Hi Kathy, no there’s no steps missing. You pour the melted chocolate over the top of the slice. xx

  22. Elysia says:

    OMG So i’ve used this recipe with a variety of chocolates and biscuits… safe to say create away!
    Basically any chocolate with a Gooey center works.
    I’ve used peppermint and Turkish delight – with Choc Ripple biscuits.

    1. Lucy Mathieson says:

      Yay!!! YUM! I will have to try those versions too!!

  23. Dhanu says:

    Hi hiw long can you keep these slices.
    Planing to make it for a bithday

    1. Lucy Mathieson says:

      Hi Dhanu, they will last for up to 5 days in an airtight container or you can freeze it instead. 🙂

  24. Taryna says:

    Hi, thanks so much for this recipe. I just tried it out and the slice is in the fridge as I write. I found that the mixture formed into a large stiff ball during the final (all ingredients) step and froze the TM blades. I then had difficulty getting all of the mixture out of the TM bowl and getting it to spread to fill the slice tray. I have a TM 5. Is that the problem? I used 60g butter, 1/4 cup coconut, full pkt arrowroot, 1/2 tin of 395g condensed milk + the caramello chocolate bar. How can I ensure same thing doesn’t happen again? More condensed milk? I fixed it this time by microwaving mix to soften it so I could spread in tray but would, ideally, like to eliminate this necessity if possible.

    Thanks again, any tips will be gratefully received.

    1. Lucy Mathieson says:

      Hi Taryna, it is quite a thick mixture but your blades shouldn’t have frozen. If your Thermie is getting older (or is used a lot!), it may be work getting the blades replaced (I’ve had to replace mine twice now!).

      1. Kate says:

        I have had the same problem today, although didn’t seize up my thermie blades. In one of the pictures above it looks as though the base should really be biscuit-y and be ale to be pressed into the tin (much like a caramel slice base).
        Mine was more a fudgey texture, but much thicker… And very difficult to get into the tray.
        I’m wondering if one of the products used, may have changed size/quantity, or did I just miss a step??
        I will see if it ‘sets’ in a few hours like fudge does.
        Any thoughts or tips for next time??

        1. Lucy Mathieson says:

          Hmm Kate, I don’t think the product have changed! I’d love to hear how it turned out for you. x

  25. Kiri says:

    Does this slice survive freezing for use at a later date? I want to make it with my daughter before she goes overseas next week but keep it until a birthday at the end of January. Do you think this would be possible?

    1. Lucy Mathieson says:

      Absolutely!!! Just store it in an airtight container in the freezer 🙂

  26. Ruth says:

    You should provide more detail…like the pan size. I’m not at all sure what a standard rectangle is…9X13? Since you give everything in metric measures, I have to do homework. Most people still use tried and true recipes and most of those are in imperial measurements., so I much prefer not to have to work out conversions to make something. Also, I suspect you don’t live in Canada as we don’t refer to blocks of chocolate or biscuits. If you hadn’t shown the picture of the Arrowroot cookies, I wouldn’t have had any idea what type of biscuits. We generally think of soup crackers (not sweet) when referring to biscuits, especially plain. And we don’t have Cadbury Caramello bars that I’ve ever seen. We have one called Caramilk, which I suppose would work. I’d like to try the recipe…it sounds pretty yummy….we’ll see how much homework I want to do. Thx

    1. Lucy Mathieson says:

      Hi Ruth, no I’m not from Canada (I’m Australian) – but I certainly do love your beautiful country! From what I can remember of Caramilk it’s a bit different to Cadbury Caramello chocolate. I don’t remember it being filled with soft caramel (although I might be wrong). Also, I’m pretty sure you can buy Cadbury chocolate at one of the major supermarkets in Canada (I can’t remember which one sorry!) but I remember that it was quite expensive and had a limited range. So yes, you’re best to try and substitute the ingredients for those you can easily buy. Good luck!

    1. Lucy Mathieson says:

      Thank you!

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