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Short Notice Slice


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Ingredients

24 piece(s)

Short Notice Slice

  • 1 heaped tbsp honey
  • 3 heaped tbsp butter (about 90gms)
  • 130 g self raising flour, (1 cup)
  • 1 egg
  • 50 g -100gm raw sugar, to taste, (2/3 cup)
  • 50 g desicated coconut, (2/3 to 3/4 cup)
  • 140 g mixed dried fruit (see tip), (1 cup)
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Recipe's preparation

    Short Notice Slice
  1. Pre-heat oven to 180 C.

    Line a slice tray with baking paper. Set aside.

  2. Place honey and butter into mixing bowl and cook 3 min/50 C/speed 3.

  3. Add the rest of the ingredients, except dried fruit, and mix 20 sec/speed 4 - 5.

  4. Add fruit and mix 10 - 20 sec/Counter-clockwise operationReverse/speed 3 until combined.

  5. Wet hands and spread slice mix onto tray, pressing down where necessary to compact.

    Bake for 20 minutes only.

  6. Leave in tray to cool and then slice into approx. 5cm squares, or as desired.

    Slice will continue to harden as it cools.

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Tip

Any dried fruit (e.g. craisins, sultanas, mixed fruit, apricots, dried peel), nuts (e.g. almonds), grated vegetables (e.g. zucchini) or museli mix can be used for this slice. Whatever is in the cupboard and your imagination are the only limits!


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  • Quick and easy recipe, loved it. I doubled recipe...

    Submitted by Kristy_W on 3. July 2017 - 11:37.

    Quick and easy recipe, loved it. I doubled recipe and baked for 30 minutes in a slice tin. I used sultanas and almonds that's all I had in the cupboard, but simple is good.

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  • Fantastic recipe l used a Slice tin but think l...

    Submitted by casandra on 4. June 2017 - 19:21.

    Fantastic recipe, l used a Slice tin, but think l might double it next time. But very Tasty

    Can l ask if you store this in the fridge or freezer

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  • Really enjoyed this slice -

    Submitted by marinab43 on 24. September 2016 - 12:29.

    Really enjoyed this slice - made mine with dates, dried figs and sultanas.  Didn't think of adding walnuts as another person did but will try this out next time.  Found it a bit thin (in my slice tin) so will either use a square tin next time or increase to 1.5 times.

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  • Thank you. This is great. I

    Submitted by meggie73 on 28. February 2016 - 15:26.

    Thank you. This is great. I just used sultanas. Cooked, sliced, wrapped in individual pieces and put in the freezer for school lunches. 

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  • My Mum and Dad (my

    Submitted by NoUseForAName on 9. December 2015 - 23:51.

    My Mum and Dad (my Babysitters) are away.  I've got to work.  Hubbie has to work.  Friend has offer to look after my 2 kids along with her 3.  Thought of everything I needed to pack for my kids, along with rose plant to say thanks...then thought...I need to send afternoon tea for everyone...this is perfect!!

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  • Delicious. followed advice of

    Submitted by Maida on 28. October 2015 - 18:26.

    Delicious. followed advice of others and made 11/2 quantity and it filled beautifully in the lamington tray. I only used 80g sugar and this was sweet enough. I added 4 dates and the rest in sultanas   Also added 60 g walnuts. Will make this many times. Thank you.  Cooking 7 tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Great recipe. Used sultanas

    Submitted by Pondsy on 17. March 2015 - 18:44.

    Great recipe. Used sultanas and currants

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  • Used craisins and chocolate

    Submitted by superquilter55 on 15. December 2014 - 21:45.

    Used craisins and chocolate chips in my version. It was an ok slice. Had to pour mine into tin. No need to wet hands. Was a little dry by the next day. Will try and different version next time And maybe freeze? 

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  • Quick, easy, versatile and

    Submitted by twoshoes on 14. December 2014 - 16:10.

    Quick, easy, versatile and delicious

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  • Yummo - this is lovely! So

    Submitted by zendragon on 7. December 2014 - 19:00.

    Yummo - this is lovely! So quick and easy too - thank you for sharing

     

     

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  • Yum! Used some mixed peel for

    Submitted by So.jam on 31. October 2014 - 09:04.

    Yum! Used some mixed peel for a bit of depth of flavour in addition to dried apple, apricot, currents, sultanas and cranberries. Will definitely be a school take-a-plate regular! Thank you

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  • Easy to make, used what I had

    Submitted by karen22 on 14. July 2014 - 00:23.

    Easy to make, used what I had in the pantry.  Yum!!!

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  • Love this recipe. I use it

    Submitted by ashleigh.pickford on 7. May 2014 - 12:35.

    Love this recipe. I use it all the time. Family and friends love it too. it doesn't last long in our house. Thanks.

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  • Just made this using a cup of

    Submitted by akp22 on 17. October 2013 - 14:50.

    Just made this using a cup of dates and mixed nuts and also with gluten-free flour and it turned out beautifully! Thanks for the recipe. tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Love this tried and true

    Submitted by mel_b on 30. September 2013 - 14:33.

    Love this tried and true favourite! Very quick. Have made it every 1-2 months for over a year now. We have a hot oven and find it's golden/done between 12-16 mins. We always make a double-batch (although still put it in two trays), reduce the sugar and substitute pumpkin & sunflower seeds to the dried fruit. So great with a cuppa. Thanks for posting!

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  • This slice is delicious and

    Submitted by ejwarner on 25. August 2013 - 12:32.

    This slice is delicious and so easy - I added sultanas and chopped apricots, the family loved it! Thanks for sharing!

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  • Yum! I used a combination of

    Submitted by Nicky99 on 23. August 2013 - 13:49.

    Yum! I used a combination of sultanas, craisins, dried apricots, dates, almonds and walnuts...absolutely delicious and very moreish

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  • Thanks.  Perfect for camping

    Submitted by Tiny on 17. July 2013 - 13:23.

    Thanks.  Perfect for camping holiday.  I added dates, which made them pretty chewy, but, delicious.  Love this forum and Thelma, my Thermo.

     

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  • This is a delicious slice. I

    Submitted by missnancy_b on 18. April 2013 - 15:54.

    This is a delicious slice. I like the simple ingredients, nothing that wouldn't generally be in my cupboard/fridge at any given time. Also like the versatility of adding any fruit/nut, good to get rid of those bits and pieces that are nearing the stale stage. I used Almonds, Sunflower Seeds, and Dried; Paw Paw, Apricot and Pineapple.

    I made a single batch and based on the comments used a loaf tin rather than a slice. It did work out well but took about 35mins in my oven due to the thickness.

    Thanks for sharing.

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  • I had no coconut the other

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 24. February 2013 - 13:54.

    I had no coconut the other day so added oats instead. Still great.

    Have heard it works great with the recipe doubled so go for it tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • You really need to push it

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 20. April 2012 - 22:13.

    You really need to push it out to get it to the edges of a tin, and it is only about 1cm thick when cooked, but I'd love to read how you go doubling the recipe as I've never actually tried.

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  • I made it today with

    Submitted by Sam A on 20. April 2012 - 22:01.

    I made it today with sultanas, sunflower seeds and sesame seeds as the "fruit" and it was very nice. I think if I made it again I would make 1.5x or 2x the amount as I didn't have enough to cover the base of the lamington tin I was using.

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  • We rarely get to freeze ours,

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 17. April 2012 - 18:04.

    We rarely get to freeze ours, but I do when making a batch to share with a batchelor in our family...sounds yummy! and good thinking!!

     

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  • I made this using gluten free

    Submitted by missy7000 on 17. April 2012 - 15:59.

    I made this using gluten free self raising flour and it worked really well. Really tasty, held together well.  And a tasty tip (as gluten free baking often goes crumbly realtively quickly) - I froze the remaining slice, then ate some later straight from the freezer - it was firm (not hard) and really beautifully chewy, just like nougat consistency - delicious!!

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  • Thanks for sharing, Mietta

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 16. March 2012 - 16:03.

    Thanks for sharing, Mietta tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Just made 2 batches of this!

    Submitted by Mietta on 15. March 2012 - 17:00.

    Just made 2 batches of this! One with a heap of nuts and seeds, dates etc, and one with mashed banana and dates. Neither with sugar. Both delicious, both worked a treat and how EASY was it!! Afternoon tea done in less than 5 minutes - gotta love that!

    Thanks Kirrilly for a great recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

     

     

     

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  • Fantastic. As I said, use

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 13. March 2012 - 23:50.

    Fantastic. As I said, use your imagination and see what you can come up with. Sounds like a yum version. Glad your family liked it, as I've been eating versions of this slice for over 30 yrs tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • In order to reduce the sugar

    Submitted by diamondeedee on 13. March 2012 - 22:44.

    In order to reduce the sugar quantity, I added an over ripe banana and a generous handful of dates (which I pre-chopped in the TM) and as my family dislike sultanas, craisins etc., I added a 'nibble mix' of cashews, almonds, sunflower seeds and pepitas.

    It is absolutely delicious and they have just about finished it ... just as well I put a few slices aside for their lunches tomorrow !

    Thank you for such a great recipe !

     

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  • used a mix of dates and

    Submitted by mummybabs on 21. February 2012 - 13:15.

    used a mix of dates and walnuts ..was yum...going to try with wholemeal flour next time

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  • And you can freeze it!  

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 15. February 2012 - 19:06.

    And you can freeze it!

     

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  • My Mum has made a hundred

    Submitted by Kirrilly on 15. February 2012 - 16:01.

    My Mum has made a hundred versions of this over the years, never fails.

    I whipped this one up before school this morning so the kids had something for morning tea. Quick and easy!

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