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Oat Slice


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Ingredients

16 slice(s)

butter

  • 125 grams Butter
  • 60 grams honey
  • 85 grams oats
  • 100 grams sugar
  • 80 grams Self Raising Flour
  • 35 grams Coconut
  • 80 grams sultanas
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place roughly chopped butter and honey in Closed lid and melt for two mins at 100 degrees on speed 1.

  2. Add oats and mix for 6 seconds on speed 6.


     


    Scrape down sides of bowl.

  3. Add remaining ingredients.  Mix for 20 seconds, counter-clockwise operation on speed 4 increasing speed slowly to avoid flour covering the bowl.

  4. Lightly press into greased and lined lamington tray (small).


     


    Cook at 180 degrees for 10-15 mins.


     


    Allow to cool in tin slightly before turning out and slicing as required.

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Tip

Lasts well - perfect for recess at school.

freezes well to - I cut into portions and put into a freezer bag to provide alternatives when I dont have a chance to cook a variety of snacks for lunch boxes.

 

I also reduce the sugar and honey sometimes to limit those in my kids diets and works just fine every time.


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  • Great taste. Easy recipe. Thanks

    Submitted by linda.bullen on 14. May 2022 - 13:13.

    Great taste. Easy recipe. Thanks

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  • This has become a favourite in our house So easy...

    Submitted by Jody87 on 2. June 2017 - 15:40.

    This has become a favourite in our house! So easy and works every time. I omit the sugar and sometimes but half choc chips, half sultanas. Kids love it!!

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  • Made this today. Yum. Took

    Submitted by Tuscany1 on 1. February 2015 - 21:30.

    Made this today. Yum. Took the various suggestions from the comments. Used almonds and pepitas instead of dried fruit (son doesnt like them) and also used spelt flour and definately less sugar. Forgot the cinnamon and apple!

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  • I forgot to say that instead

    Submitted by jmccann31 on 21. December 2014 - 14:30.

    I forgot to say that instead of sultanas, I chopped almonds and pepitas in the Thermomix before I made the recipe. I added them instead of sultanas. They added a nice crunch to it. I won't do it for school lunches 'though.

     

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  • I just made this with the

    Submitted by jmccann31 on 20. December 2014 - 19:56.

    I just made this with the variations that vsutton suggested. It's good. Thanks!

     

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  • I wanted to make something

    Submitted by wsutton on 13. April 2014 - 16:35.

    I wanted to make something similar to the Uncle Toby's Oat Bars that my son likes.  This recipe was a great starting point.  I added one apple and 1 tsp cinnamon at the same time as the oats, halved the sugar and used spelt flour with 1 tsp baking powder.    As I poured it into the tin my son said with somewhat surprise that they smelt good.  The end result is REALLY good, not thin like a muesli bar, just a little more cake like, which is what I was after.  Thank you!!!

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