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Choc Caramel Slice- made with Caramel Condensed Milk.



24 piece(s)


  • 130 grams unsalted butter, softened
  • 120 grams self-raising flour
  • 60 grams coconut, desiccated, (I used shredded and blended it prior at speed 9 for 6 secs)
  • 100 grams Dark Brown Sugar, or plain brown sugar, also use less if you want.

Caramel Condensed Milk

  • 280 grams milk powder, (full fat)
  • 200 grams Dark Brown Sugar
  • 40 grams golden syrup
  • 100 grams unsalted butter, softened
  • 180 grams hot water, (boiling water straight from the kettle)
  • 10 grams vanilla extract, or paste

Extra ingredients to add after making the Caramel Condensed milk to complete the filling

  • 100 grams unsalted butter, softened
  • 120 grams golden syrup

Chocolate topping

  • 250 grams baking chocolate, dark or milk is fine, I used half of each.
  • 2 teaspoons coconut oil, you can also vegetable or grapeseed oil.
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    50h 0min
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Grease and line a slice pan with baking paper, (my pan was 21cm x21cmx 5cm deep), a larger pan will make more slice but will make the slice not as thick. Pre heat you oven to 180c (160c for fan forced).

    Weigh in the 130g of butter and set your timer for 3 min > temp 60c > speed 2, (or cook until the butter is melted).

    Next- weigh in the 120g SR Flour, 60 Coconut, and 100g Dark brown sugar and mix for 10sec > speed 4. Scrape down the sides and mix again for 10sec > Speed 4.

    Next- transfer the base mix to your prepared tin and press down firmly to form an even flat base. Then pop into the oven and bake for 10-15 min or until golden brown, then set aside.
  2. Caramel Condensed Milk
  3. Weigh in all the ingredients in the order they are written (making sure the water is boiling hot from the kettel, and set your timer for 11 mins > temp 90c > speed 4 with the MC in.
  4. Extra ingredients to add after the Caramel Condensed Milk has cooked to finish the filling.
  5. Once the 11 mins has finished on the Caramel Condensed Milk,
    weigh in the aditional 100g of unsalted butter and 120g of golden syrup.
    Set your timer for 10 min > 100c > Speed 3 and replace the MC with the simmering basket on top (this is to stop the condensation build up in the bowl).

    Next- pour the caramel filling mixture onto the cooled base and bake for 10-15 mins, or until it starts to brown, the top should be spotty with darkish golden bubbles but the caramel should jiggle when you shake the pan. You should then refrigerate until the caramel is set before the chocolate topping is added in the next step.
    **Wash and dry your mixing bowl.
  6. Chocolate Topping
  7. Break up the block of baking Chocoalte into cubes and weigh in 250g and grate it in your clean dry bowl at speed 8 > for 5 secs then scrape down the sides.

    Next add the oil and cook it for 2-3 mins > 50c > speed 2 (or until all the chocolate has melted).

    Next pour over the top of the caramel and refrigerate until set.

    ** Tip- I let mine set in the fridge for 5-10 mins before the chocolate sets completely and then mark out the squares with a clean sharpe knife to avoid it cracking if it has gone too hard.

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For this recipe I coverted the "Salted caramel slice" from cookidoo.com.au as I didn't want to use tins of condensed milk, I also found the base to be a little dry so reduced the coconut and less sugar as there is enough in the rest of the recipe, I used a double batch of the "Caramel Condensed Milk" recipe from TRTLMT website-
to replace the Condesed Milk from the recipe on cookidoo.com.au and made that first before adding the "extra ingredients" to complete the filling.

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