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Tina's Coffee Walnut Slice



24 slice(s)


  • 160 g Self Raising Flour
  • 90 g coconut, dessicated
  • 180 g brown sugar
  • 125 g Butter, unsalted


  • 60 g walnuts
  • 400 g condensed milk
  • 30 g Butter, unsalted
  • 30 g golden syrup
  • 1 tbsp Instant coffee powder


  • 160 g Dark cooking chocolate
  • 30 g Butter, unsalted

Recipe's preparation

  1. (1.) Turn oven to 180oC. Grease a lamington tin, 28cm x 18cm.

    (2.) Add room temperature butter to thermomix jug and melt 2 minutes/ 70oC/ spd 2 until fully melted.

    (3.) Add remaining ingredients and mix 30 seconds/Counter-clockwise operation / spd 6-7. 

    (4.) Press into lamington tin - mixture should stick together like a cheesecake base. Bake in the oven 15 minutes and prepare filling while baking.

  2. Filling
  3. (1.) Add walnuts to thermomix jug and quickly chop speed 6 for 2 seconds or until just chopped (i.e. not too fine, you still want some chunky bits).

    (2.) Add remaining ingredients and mix 7-8 minutes/ Counter-clockwise operation/70oC/ spd 1 untll the coffee has completely dissolved and mixture thickens.

    (3.) Pour hot filling straight onto hot base once it comes out of the oven and gently smooth out to the edges, then bake 10 minutes - take care not to work it too much otherwise the hot base will lift up.

    (4.) Pull out of oven and leave to cool completely in tin before adding topping.

  4. Topping
  5. (1.) Add broken chocolate into thermomix jug and grate 20 seconds/ spd 9.

    (2.) Add room temperature butter and cook for 5 minutes at 50oC untll the butter has melted into the chocolate. 

    (3.) Pour straight onto cooled filling - still in the tin. Leave chocolate to cool and harden before taking out of the tin and cutting into slices.


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  • Delish and rich (but in a good way) My filling...

    Submitted by janelle@milphotography.com.au on 2. April 2017 - 21:28.

    Delish and rich (but in a good way) tmrc_emoticons.) My filling was very runny but seemed to thicken up once cooled, I used a shot of coffee from the coffee machine instead of powder so maybe this is why? My chocolate needed to be cooked for less time as I had to spread it over instead of being able to pour it.

    I took this to a friends house for dessert, something to have after dinner without having a full on dessert, everyone loved it. I will be definitely be making this again. Smile

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  • So yummy. I used gf self

    Submitted by van der Ploeg on 16. November 2014 - 22:09.

    So yummy. I used gf self raising flour in the base and it worked perfectly. Very rich and decadent!  Love

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