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Chocolate Weetbix Slice

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created: 2012/08/26 changed: 2012/09/03
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Ingredients

  • 170 g Weetbix
  • 200 g butter
  • 30 g cocoa
  • 170 g brown sugar
  • 40 g coconut
  • 1 egg
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Recipe is created for
 
 Thermomix ® TM 31

Recipe's Preparation

Place weetbix into mixing bowl and crush 5 sec/speed 9.  Remove from bowl and set aside. 2.  Place butter into mixing bowl and heat 2 min/50 C/speed 1 or until melted. 3.  Add weetbix, cocoa, brown sugar, coconut and egg and combine 30 sec/speed 4. 4.  Press into a lined slice tin.  Bake in moderate oven for 15-20 minutes until firm to touch.Cool and ice with chocolate icing. To make chocolate icing: 5.  Mix 2 cups icing sugar, 2 Tbs cooca, 1 Tbs soft butter and enough boiling water to give a smooth consistency. 6.  Top with sprinkles if desired.



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Recipe's preparation

Place weetbix into mixing bowl and crush 5 sec/speed 9.  Remove from bowl and set aside. 2.  Place butter into mixing bowl and heat 2 min/50 C/speed 1 or until melted. 3.  Add weetbix, cocoa, brown sugar, coconut and egg and combine 30 sec/speed 4. 4.  Press into a lined slice tin.  Bake in moderate oven for 15-20 minutes until firm to touch.Cool and ice with chocolate icing. To make chocolate icing: 5.  Mix 2 cups icing sugar, 2 Tbs cooca, 1 Tbs soft butter and enough boiling water to give a smooth consistency. 6.  Top with sprinkles if desired.



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COMMENTS (28)
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This is a favourite.  Have made this a number of time now - don't always use as much sugar.  Always turns out great and doesn't last long in our family.  Yumm! Smile

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Nice and easy recipe! A bit dry but otherwise very tasty! Kids loved it! 

Clairey x

Easy lunch box slice. I reduced sugar to 100g and butter to 150g and just added about 50g water to make up for reduced butter. Cooked for 20mins in 180deg gas. If it's too oily it might not be cooked enough (I checked at 15mins and it looked quite oily on top). 

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Made this today Big smile Kids love it and so do i! I May have cooked it a tad to long but still great Smile

Sammy 

Very yummy used 160 g butter & 100g sugar

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Great to have something to make quickly with all the ingredients at hand. Very yummy. Funny story- was cooking with toddler and baby while getting ready for childcare and hence forgot to add crushed weetbix!!!! The result was actually really yummy but I will remix the weetbix in and see how it goes. Typical of me!

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Not sure if I did something wrong but I found that it had way too much butter - I had to use absorbent paper to try and soak up some of the excess before I put the slice in the oven. We reduced the sugar to 100g which suited our taste buds. The final product still made the kids happy but I would reduce the amount of butter considerably if I were to try this again.

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YUM! 

 

I reduced sugar to 100gms! We all loved it (and I didn't ice)

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Made a double batch didnt ice & the kids love it!!!!! So do I Smile

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eveyone saying its too sweet... i didnt think so. everyone  has fifferent taste buds though...we lovedv it!!

quick and easy... very yummy!!  it did take me longer to melt butter too.... i ended up putting it on 60degree

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We LOVE this recipe but the original sugar amount is most definitely far too sweet- we use 85 grams here with no problems, and finish with a nice buttercream icing.  This is one of our favourite slices- my son BEGS me to make it for his school functions every time. Thank you for sharing!

Delicious. The kids ate it hot so it didn't end up iced!

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Love this! Reminds me of the one my mum used to make when I was a kid. Now my kids love it too!

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Kids loved this!

Delicious. I made it with a block of chocolate melted instead of icing. 

 

Just made this and it is lovely! Not even going to worry about he icing my kids have been stealing it while it cools! Smile :

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Enjoyed by all in our house. Quick, simple & delicious. 

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Party

Very nice. I halved the quantities for the icing and it worked out fine.

Amber

My kids loved this. Thanks for sharing!

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I followed others recommendations and reduced the sugar in the slice to 100g and I was glad I did this because once you put the icing ontop it is sweet. My only negative feedback is that the icing ingredients should also be listed up the top. It wasn't until I started making the slice that I realised it required icing aswell and this then made the process take longer than I had anticipated & allowed for. None the less it all got eaten.

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97 Smile :) My family loved this ... thank you

Cooking

Made this today took a lot longer than 2 min to melt the butter & mine just crumbled but this may be my crappy oven but still tastes yummy especially with the icing :) 

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Very quick and easy, comes out nice and moist but even though I reduced the sugar content, it was still too sweet. Will make it again but will reduce to 100g sugar next time and see how that goes.

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Made this today. It is tasty and moist. A great addition to the school lunch boxes. Thanks for sharing.

Life's too short to eat fake cake

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This is a nice easy recipe to make though for us it was way too sweet, next time I'd drop the sugar content