11 October 2011

Odd-Fellow Roll


My lovely Mum told me about this recipe last week (sourced from here), and I decided to give it a try. 

It is a super quick one to whip up, great for storing in the fridge and cutting off a few slices when needed.

Do you remember the Lolly Slice recipe?  Well, this one is very similar, only it's a mint version and has no butter in it (hooray!!).  If you don't have access to Odd-fellows, try crushing up any type of powdery peppermint, or you could even try candy canes.  I think it would be a perfect Christmas treat.

Ingredients
1 x packet malt biscuits
¾ can condensed milk
20 x crushed odd fellows (use a snap lock back wrapped in a tea-towel and hammer to crush)
½ cup coconut

Mix together the biscuits, milk and odd fellows.  
Lay out a sheet of tinfoil, sprinkle generously with coconut, and roll the mixture up into a long tube.
Leave to set in refrigerator for 24 hours.  Slice as required.


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20 comments:

  1. Get. In. My. Belllyyyyyyyyy!! :p

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  2. This would be sooooooo amazing with candy canes yes yes yes

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  3. so what are odd fellows?? definitely don't have these in south africa :)

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  4. This is one of our families fave recipes!
    It's a must every year at christmas!
    If you cannot find malt biscuits use another biscuit and add a heaped teaspoon of cocoa.

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  5. Wow...intriguing. Not sure if I would like it but VERY willing to try! Will let you know!

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  6. Oh wow - that looks delicious! I'm going to add oddfellows to my shopping list right now! Overseas folk will be wondering what the heck oddfellows are won't they - it's such a weird name for a peppermint. Hope you're having a lovely week enjoying the school hols.

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  7. Yum Yum, just pinned it for future reference.... love recipes without butter, helps me save some pennies :)

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  8. I wonder if anyone has any suggestions for substituting the condensed milk? For something non-dairy? Then I could make it for the tribe...

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  9. Sammy I don't know much about dairy free. But can you get a dairy free option for milk powder? If so try the homemade condensed milk and substitute the option for the milk powder in this recipe
    http://beccisdomesticbliss.blogspot.com/2011/10/homemade-sweetened-condensed-milk.html
    Would love to know how it turns out

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  10. This looks so yummy. No else one in my house likes mint. I fear if I make it, I will EAST IT ALL

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  11. ohh I make these as truffles at Christmas time, use all the same ingreds but instead of malt bikkies I use choc thins, they are super yummo :) never thought of using them as a roll/cake!

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  12. What a great one for the children to make in the school holidays, i mean our really little ones!! Love Posie

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  13. oooh yum. Sounds very naughty but nice!

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  14. It looks delicious, thanks for the recipe!

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  15. So trying this as a Christmas version. BTW just did a baking post with 2 of your recipes and linked in. SO good!

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  16. Hi Nice to meet you! cat just sent me here - I posted today my peppermint log. Your recipe would be yummy with candy canes.

    Love Leanne

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  17. ooo totalyy on the list - and the candy cane thing works wonderfully! x

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  18. YUMMO!!!! I can't wait to make and try this. I am sucker for lolly cake but this looks even better!

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