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Choc Topped Anzac Slice


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Ingredients

20 portion(s)

Slice

  • 130g Butter
  • 1/2ts bicarb soda
  • 20g hot water
  • 150g plain flour, or almonds made into almond meal
  • 60g golden syrup or honey
  • 100g caster sugar, or use dates instead
  • 60g desicated coconut
  • 100g oats
  • 300g Dark Choc Bits
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Recipe's preparation

    Anzac Slice
  1. Heat oven to 160 degrees.If using almond meal, process almonds for 20 secs speed 10 or till desired consistency. Place to one side.Melt butter & golden syrup in TM bowl, 2 mins 50 degrees speed 2- it may take longer depending on how cold your butter is. Mix water with bicarbonate & add to the TM bowl & mix for 2 secs speed 5 to combine.If using dates instead of sugar add these now & chop for 5 secs speed 10.Add The rest of the dry ingredients including almond meal (if using).Mix for 5 secs reverse speed 4, scape downs sides of bowl & repeat if needed.Press into a lined tin & bake for 20 mins until golden.When slice is cooled melt chocolate in the TM bowl (no need to clean bowl) for 2 mins, 50 degrees speed 2. Scrape down sides & continue for an extra min if required. Spread on top of the slice & allow to set before cutting into squares.

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  • Great recipe I too used quinoa flakes instead of...

    Submitted by Lillo on 5. May 2017 - 17:22.

    Great recipe. I too used quinoa flakes instead of oats and halved the chocolate after having made this with full amount found it cracked on cutting...aesthetically not as appealing for that reason. Doesn't take away from overall finished flavour and taste, yummy.

    'Cooking is a way of giving and of making yourself desirable' MICHAEL BOURDIN

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  • It was very easy and tastes

    Submitted by Gramms.chel on 23. April 2016 - 22:48.

    It was very easy and tastes yummy. I too had trouble with the melts!  Haven't had this trouble in me crow age with them, but in the Thermi it wasn't smooth, even putting it on another two minutes. Oh well, still yum. 

     

     

     

     

     

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  • My husband made this today.

    Submitted by MFahd on 23. September 2015 - 19:24.

    My husband made this today. So easy and so yummy. Thankyou for sharing tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • A great recipe, yummy, easy

    Submitted by Kelstar77 on 17. June 2015 - 18:40.

    A great recipe, yummy, easy and loved by my hubby. Thanks for sharing tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Really yum! Could have eaten

    Submitted by rachelwelburn on 7. May 2015 - 15:33.

    Really yum! Could have eaten it straight out of the jug!

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  • It's me again...tried the

    Submitted by Mich2013 on 1. May 2015 - 20:46.

    It's me again...tried the coconut oil instead of butter and perfect!! Made 2 batches today as my daughter and her husband were addicted after tasting it and both being health nuts, love anything like this x will be a regular thanks again

    cheers Michelle  Big Smile

     

     

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  • Have just made this - looks

    Submitted by 1002FH on 29. April 2015 - 14:02.

    Have just made this - looks delicious. Used the basic version & topped it with the chocolate - I'm just wondering what size tin are you supposed to use?

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  • Wow sooo good!! I used the

    Submitted by Mich2013 on 27. April 2015 - 17:24.

    Wow sooo good!! I used the almond and dates version , and 200g of chocolate, might try substituting the butter with organic coconut oil next time, anyone tried that yet? Thank you for a great recipe !!

    cheers Michelle  Cooking 7

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  • I made the basic version,

    Submitted by Louosh on 26. April 2015 - 19:30.

    I made the basic version, didnt bother with the choc top, was delicious!

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  • Yum!! I could eat the raw mix

    Submitted by chrishumphries on 26. April 2015 - 13:25.

    Yum!! I could eat the raw mix on its own! Thx for sharing this recipe. It is now a family favourite.

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  • The enitre family loves this

    Submitted by KateHT on 23. October 2014 - 16:50.

    The enitre family loves this - thank you!

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  • Thank you so  much for this

    Submitted by Julie-Ann Allen - Area Manager Qld on 15. September 2014 - 18:13.

    Thank you so  much for this easy, delicious slice which we be on my favourites list. Great for meetings, school lunches and just because! I used the dark melts but did go back for another 2 min utes at 50deg. It was perfect!

    Julie-Ann

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  • Thanks! I'm really enjoying

    Submitted by Margarita Helen on 26. April 2014 - 10:17.

    Thanks! I'm really enjoying this wonderful invention and wonder why I didn't come across this much earlier as it's about the same age as me!!

    Okay, you've made me realised my error. I used milk chocolate, not dark! Thanks for the tip. I snuck a slice in after breaky this morning. Naughty but yummy!! tmrc_emoticons.-) Thanks for the awesome recipe.

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  • Well done to you being a new

    Submitted by ArwensThermoPics on 26. April 2014 - 08:04.

    Well done to you being a new Thermomixer. Yes I do LOVE chocolate, it's very easy to adjust you could even just drizle over a smaller amount of chocolate on top if you wanted to. Try to look for chocolate with a high cocoa mass % for next time maybe? & you may have needed to heat & mix the melts for a little bit longer to get the chocolate smoother? Thanks for your feedback- Happy thermomixing!

    Cooking from scratch  www.arwensthermopics.com

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  • Yum! I'm new to the

    Submitted by Margarita Helen on 25. April 2014 - 17:15.

    Yum! I'm new to the thermomix. My chocolate didn't come out that smooth but I think it might be because I used Nestle baking melts which I'm pretty sure has disappointed me before when I would melt them the usual way. So it didn't spread very well and I'd probably use a bit less chocolate next time tmrc_emoticons.D  but the whole thing was still delicious!!  Love

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  • Excellent idea!! Glad it was

    Submitted by ArwensThermoPics on 8. April 2014 - 13:48.

    Excellent idea!! Glad it was a hit tmrc_emoticons.-)

    Cooking from scratch  www.arwensthermopics.com

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  • Yummy!! I substituted quinoa

    Submitted by Stack on 8. April 2014 - 13:45.

    Yummy!! I substituted quinoa flakes instead of the oats and used gluten free flour, it was a winner all round in our family of 6!!!

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