15 February 2010

Licorice Slice




Licorice slice - the perfect party food.  

I was given this recipe recently after tasting it and raving about it - and I thought I'd share it with you too! Thanks Ginny for the recipe.

Ingredients
400g chopped licorice allsorts
125g butter
200g condensed milk
250g digestive biscuits, crushed
½ cup ground hazelnuts
30g kremelta
180g white chocolate

Grease and line 19x9cm pan with baking paper, put butter and condensed milk in a pan or microwave to melt then let cool.

Add crushed biscuits, hazelnut meal and licorice to the butter mix, stir to combine.  Press into prepared tin and smooth the surface.

Melt white chocolate and kremelta together in a pan or microwave and pour over the slice as icing and let set.

Cut with a warm knife when set and enjoy!


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25 comments:

  1. My husband would die for a piece of that! Unfortunately I am not a fan of licorice, when I was little I compared it to looking like sheep poo when you stood on it and it kinda goes green.. But that is a beautiful and colorful non sheep poo looking licorice slice :)

    Your family is very lucky to have such a clever baker mum in the house xxx

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  2. OMGoodness, how lethal is that recipe for my hips!!!????

    hmmm. licorice . my favourite.

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  4. question is .. will the licorice allsorts make it into the slice before being devoured?! hehe :-)

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  5. Looks amazing!!!

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  6. Hey that looks so colourful! Might have to borrow that one for Scraggy's 2nd birthday party... it's gonna be a Wacky Wheels theme and those licorice slices just look like they have tyres in them :)

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  7. YUM! except if I made it I'd eat it ALL!

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  8. Wow! Clever clogs!!! Never heard of it, my hubbie would LOVE it and it would be my worst nightmare slice!

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  9. Oh,that sounds so good! But I'm not sure what "kremelta" is. I'm in the States, and I don't know if we have that here. I hate to sound like a dunce, but if the shoe fits... LOL! Okay, I confess. I have no idea what it is. And what is a digestive bisquit? I'm really feeling dumber by the moment. I have visions of me sitting in the corner with a giant dunce cap on my noggin! ;-)

    XO,

    Sheila :-)

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  10. And Happy Valentine's Day. Hope yours is extra special! :-)

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  11. oh my my hubby would die for these!!!

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  12. you should totally try making some crochet toys, be I warn you; it's addicting, so be careful! hehehe

    Love the way the licorice turned out, it looks awesome I can't even begin to think how good it must taste!

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  13. I'm not a licorice fan, but every time you post these "slices" they look so good to me. What is a slice? Is it like cake or maybe like a bar? It looks good. :)

    P.S. I have a gift for you at me blog. :)

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  14. I love licorice... I'm going to try this :)

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  15. Oh wow this slice is like lolly cake on steroids! I LOVE licorice - on of those strange people who steals the black jellybeans from the party mix. Thanks for posting! x

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  16. Not a licorice fan at all but always loved the look of all sorts. (I eat the coloured bits and peel out the licorice. this slice looks perrrty

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  17. This slice sounds and looks delicious!!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe, I'm dying to try it on some of my licorice loving friends..

    Hugs
    Jodie :)

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  18. Looks interesting - will have to give it a go one day. Thanks for the recipe.

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  19. Oh yummy, that sounds so good! I definitely need to make it the next time I see my folks, my dad loves licorice!

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  20. How bright and fun ! I'm going to have to try that , thanks .

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  21. I've never seen anything like this! I don't know if I can find kremelta. Do you know what I can use instead? Thanks for your time!
    suesue121255@hotmail.com

    P.S. I'm lovin' your blog:)

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  22. oh YUM! I am a licorice fan...not sure if they'd make it into the slice though LOL!

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  23. Whee what a cool recipe, I'll have to try this some day! Thanks for posting - love the photos too.

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