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Lolly Cake


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Ingredients

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  • 250 g malt biscuits
  • 120 g unsalted butter
  • 200 g sweetened condensed milk
  • 180 g fruit puff candy
  • Coconut shredded or desiccated
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Place biscuits into mixing bowl and blend 20 sec/speed 8. Set aside.


    Place condensed milk and butter into mixing bowl and mix 1½ min/100°C/speed 3 until combined.


     


    Add biscuits and candy and blend immediately 5 sec/speed 7. Take care not to over mix.


     


    Turn out onto a sheet of plastic wrap and mould into a log shape before coating with coconut and sealing. Refrigerate for 4 hours or until set then slice into 1½ - 2 cm slices to serve.

  2. Add biscuits and candy and blend immediately 5 sec/speed 7. Take care not to over mix.


    Turn out onto a sheet of plastic wrap and mould into a log shape before coating with coconut and sealing. Refrigerate for 4 hours or until set then slice into 1½ - 2 cm slices to serve.

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Tip

 

In Australia, banana lollies are the closest in consistency and flavour to the New Zealand puff fruit candy. Use 180 g bananas instead of puff candy in this recipe.

Roll the log in biscuit crumbs, white chocolate flakes or mixed nuts instead of coconut.


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  • I used Cadbury Clinkers instead. Worked really...

    Submitted by BClem91 on 21. January 2018 - 09:48.

    I used Cadbury Clinkers instead. Worked really well and tasted yummy to.

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  • I used all sorted lollies and

    Submitted by Giada on 16. November 2016 - 23:08.

    I used all sorted lollies and arnotts scotch fingers...it didn't end up right... tmrc_emoticons.(

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  • Loved this  

    Submitted by MiishaK on 10. October 2015 - 14:51.

    Loved this tmrc_emoticons.)

     

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  • Absolutely love this recipe.

    Submitted by natsquire on 13. June 2015 - 23:40.

    Absolutely love this recipe. Takes me back to my childhood growing up in NZ. Thanks heaps tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Yum, really tasty I had some

    Submitted by Thebartlettbunch on 18. March 2015 - 20:11.

    Yum, really tasty tmrc_emoticons.) I had some banana lollies left over from our party, great use for the lunch box treat tmrc_emoticons.) thank you

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  • I found this to be almost too

    Submitted by mumoffour on 3. March 2015 - 13:41.

    I found this to be almost too fine for a lolly cake. That could be my preference to a more coarse mixture however. I tried mixing on reverse the second time I made it but it didn't help. I really love the convenience of do it in the thermomix ratehr than by hand but hubby has requested I go back to the traditional way until I can work out how to make it not so fine & over chopped. That's just something I have to work on though, no offence intended to the person who listed this recipe tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • They are called fruit puffs

    Submitted by mumoffour on 3. March 2015 - 13:37.

    They are called fruit puffs and are not widely available in Australia. They are readily available in New Zealand. So you can get them through the various specialty lolly shops in Australia as well as the Kiwi shops in Perth & Qld etc. You can buy them online from these stores or in person.

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  • Clinkers have a completely

    Submitted by mumoffour on 3. March 2015 - 13:35.

    Clinkers have a completely different texture. They are not even close to the Kiwi fruit puffs. But good suggestion. Think the consistency of a banana lolly and your on the right track tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • I made this with fruit stick

    Submitted by Blanket girl on 16. January 2015 - 08:50.

    I made this with fruit stick lollies, I blitzed them with the thermi, speed 7 to chop them, (because it kills cutting them by hand) and kept a close eye on them so they didn't turn to dust!!! 

    I also made the condensed milk earlier in the day tmrc_emoticons.-)

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  • I use pascals pink and white

    Submitted by mcola on 27. November 2014 - 14:55.

    I use pascals pink and white marshmallows chopped in half tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Could someone please tell me

    Submitted by Blushfulcoast on 26. November 2014 - 18:47.

    Could someone please tell me what lollies they used for this? Not sure what 'fruit puff candy' is? Thank you

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  • Traditional Kiwi lollie

    Submitted by jackiemcd on 19. October 2014 - 21:36.

    Traditional Kiwi lollie cake!

    I cut the lollies up first (1 packet) and doubled the recipe.

    Made two good size logs, one for the fridge, one for the freezer.

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  • double

    Submitted by mcola on 2. December 2013 - 00:34.

    double

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  • This slice is great with

    Submitted by mcola on 2. December 2013 - 00:34.

    This slice is great with Marshmallows and gets rave reviews whenever I make it tmrc_emoticons.)

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  • Have you tried clinkers

    Submitted by Faye musgrave on 8. August 2013 - 12:10.

    Have you tried clinkers lollies in it they are a lolly of different colours with chocolate around it

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