30 August 2011

Caramel Oat Slice


One of the coolest ladies I know (hi Keri!!) shared this recipe with me the other day.  As soon as I saw the magic ingredients in it (condensed milk + coconut = pure bliss) I was sold!

Believe me... this slice is amazing!  Hubby is totally in love with it and my mum has already taken a copy of the recipe home with her too.

Thanks Keri!!

Caramel Oat Slice

Base
125grms butter
½ cup castor sugar
1 cup coconut
1 cup flour
1 tsp vanilla

Melt butter mix ingredients together and press into a swiss roll tin. 
Cook for 20 minutes at 180°C.

Remove from oven and allow to cool then spread with the following...

Filling
Combine over a low heat 1 tin of condensed milk. 60grms butter and 2 tbls golden syrup.

Topping 
Heat 60grms butter and 1 tablespoon golden syrup, stir in 1 cup shredded coconut and ½ cup rolled oats.  I also add slivered almonds as an extra.

Spread filling on base, then topping on filling and bake again for 15 minutes or till golden brown.

I make this using 1½ mixture for the base and topping otherwise I find it a bit small!!


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10 comments:

  1. mmmm coconutty goodness!!!

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  2. Have it in the oven now..... thanks! (my hips will not thank you!)

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  3. Looks delicious. I have a similar recipe and also throw some slivered almonds in the base too. Cx

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  4. I don't get it? You reduce the amount by half anotherwise there isn't enough?

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  5. Ok now I get it, thanks!! (don't I feel silly...)

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  6. Oh my..... I think that will be my coffee group baking sorted, looks so good

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  7. that looks like a good one! definitely need to try that.

    loving the hot pink hair in the previous post...*wolf whistles*

    thanks for the loving K, sending you big hugs
    happy september ♥

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  8. I just made this and my mouth is in heaven.
    Perfect for my pregnancy sweet tooth.
    Need to be careful not to eat the whole tin full :)
    Thanks for the recipe Kristy.

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