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Ohhh Emmm Geee Chocadamia Caramel Slice



24 piece(s)


  • 100 grams butter (block)
  • 1 package Chocolate Ripple Biscuits
  • 50 grams coconut (desiccated)


  • 150 grams water
  • 200 grams brown sugar
  • 220 grams full cream milk powder, Bacl & Gold or Devondale are my preference
  • 240 grams butter (block) room temp
  • 125 grams golden syrup, CSR in tub is my preference


  • 80-100 grams macadamia nuts, or other nut of choice
  • 75 grams milk chocolate (or choc of choice), Cadbury block is my fave
  • 6
    1h 0min
    Preparation 30min
  • 7
  • 8
    Appliance TM 31 image
    Recipe is created for
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  • 9

Recipe's preparation

  1. Preheat oven to 180 degrees.

    Line slice tin with baking paper. Mine is 18x28cm.

    Pop Macadamias into bowl & crush, 5 seconds sp 6. Set aside.
  2. Base
  3. Melt butter in bowl, 2 minutes, 60 degrees, sp 3.

    Add biscuits and coconut, mix 6 seconds, reverse speed 6.

    Scrape sides of bowl and repeat if necessary.

    Press mixture into tin and bake for 10 minutes. You might notice the coconut start to brown slightly, that's ok.
  4. Caramel
  5. No need to wash bowl, and while base is cooking:

    Add all caramel ingredients and cook 20-22 minutes, 90 degrees, speed 4.

    Once cooked in bowl, pour over base (you can choose to do this straight away, or wait until base has cooled), smooth and top with crushed Macamias from earlier. Press them into caramel slightly. Pop into oven and bake for 15ish minutes, you should see the caramel brown nicely, it's ok if it takes longer, all ovens are different. Set aside to cool.

    While that bakes, grab your milk from the fridge, pop 200ish mls to the caramel left in the bowl, cook 3 minutes, 70-80 degrees, speed 3. Drink up and enjoy tmrc_emoticons.-)
  6. Chocolate
  7. Wash and dry mixing bowl.

    Add chocolate to bowl, grate 8 seconds, speed 8.

    Melt 2 minutes 30 seconds, 50 degrees, sp 2. Use a spoon to sprinkle over the slice to make it your version of delicious looking. I expect you will outdo my artistic talents tmrc_emoticons.-)

    For a hot chocolate, repeat step of adding milk to bowl and cooking it.

    Set slice aside for choc to set, whether that be fridge or bench.

    Enjoy, and please don't forget to rate kindly tmrc_emoticons.-)

    Feel free to pop over to my page 'Ali Hammo - Thriving with Thermo' or share your talents in my group 'Thriving with Thermo', and let me know your thoughts.

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This recipe is fine for either TM31 or TM5 models.

This recipe can be doubled if need be, and will create just under 2L of caramel. Doubling the caramel does not require extension of cooking time.

You're welcome to use a combo of milk, dark or white choc to make it beautiful.

I find full cream milk powder to render the best result and have popped my preference above.

You cannot use milk to create this amazing caramel. Please don't try.

When making this recipe you are making your condensed milk and caramel at the same time, which is why there is no condensed milk added.

If you have trouble with your caramel thickening, please double check your ingredients. I find squeezy golden syrup to not thicken nicely, and again, the ingredients i've specified above are my absolute Dream Team. You're welcome to add extra cooking time, or even add extra milk powder if you find it's really not thickening as you'd like. Remove mc when cooking extra to help it reduce if need be.

If you live in a very hot temperate (Hello North Qld! Tassie, this does not apply to us) or it's a really hot day, you may find the caramel doesn't need the full 22 minutes to cook, 18 may be enough. You will need to judge this yourself (added due to a couple reports of caramel splitting)

I have some examples of the caramel on my Facebook page 'Ali Hammo - Thriving with Thermo'.

You can find all my recipes by searching via username 'Ali Hammo' or searching 'Ohhh' as the recipe name tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • Amazing Recipe ...

    Submitted by tabz on 27. July 2018 - 19:15.

    Amazing Recipe
    I used Aldi Butternut Snap Biscuits for the base and didn't add chocolate and has been dubbed the best caramel slice ever Big Smile

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    Submitted by RosalieN on 1. July 2018 - 22:53.

    Yet another delightful recipe from Ali, and this just might be my new favourite 😊.
    This is a real crowd pleaser, and presents beautifully - the best part about this recipe is the pure ease to make such a magical and professional looking slice 😊
    Thanks for developing and sharing your recipe.

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  • Freaking amazingly delicious

    Submitted by Mariewright on 29. June 2018 - 21:48.

    Freaking amazingly delicious

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  • Oh lordy lordy lordy... just when I think I could...

    Submitted by NaeNae2835 on 27. June 2018 - 14:47.

    Oh lordy lordy lordy... just when I think I could get skinny I go and make this! I used a whole pack of chocolate for the top...
    Definately make this if you go somewhere. You'll be everyone's best friend!
    Thank you for sharing!

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  • Ohhh myyy yesss, this is amazing, thanks so much...

    Submitted by foody4eva on 25. June 2018 - 21:46.

    Ohhh myyy yesss, this is amazing, thanks so much for sharing with us Tongue

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