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Easter Fudge Slice

When I want to test a ridiculously decadent recipe, but know we don’t need a whole tray, I’ll palm it off to my mum to take to play group. That way I have 20 odd taste testers at my disposal and a quarter tray of slice for us. Win, Win. Well I packed it up and handed it off to mum and when I called her the next day and asked how the slice and dip (recipe to come) went, her response was “The dip was great”.

“And the slice”, I prodded

“Your sister and I tried a piece and unfortunately the slice didn’t make it to playgroup”. So while I lack my 20 taste testers on this particular recipe I can guarantee it is definitely moreish and you really should keep more then a quarter of the slice for yourself.

Easter Fudge Slice

Easter Fudge Slice
Easter Fudge Slice
Print Recipe
The ultimate Easter treat! Everyone will want a piece of this slice.
Servings
24-32 pieces
Cook Time Passive Time
25 minutes 2 hours setting time
Servings
24-32 pieces
Cook Time Passive Time
25 minutes 2 hours setting time
Easter Fudge Slice
Easter Fudge Slice
Print Recipe
The ultimate Easter treat! Everyone will want a piece of this slice.
Servings
24-32 pieces
Cook Time Passive Time
25 minutes 2 hours setting time
Servings
24-32 pieces
Cook Time Passive Time
25 minutes 2 hours setting time
Ingredients
Biscuit Base
Fudge Topping
Servings: pieces
Instructions
Biscuit Base
  1. Pre heat oven to 180°C
  2. Using multi blade. Melt butter at 70°C for 3 minutes at speed 1. Add chocolate biscuits and pulse for 8 seconds. Press into a greased 28 x 18cm slice pan and cook in the oven for about 10 minutes. Allow to cool while preparing topping.
Fudge Topping
  1. Using multi blade. Add water, sugar, butter and powdered milk. Heat at 90°C for 6 minutes at speed 4. Add chocolate and heat at 90° for 2 minutes at speed 1.
  2. Pour an top of biscuit base and place eggs evenly on top. Give the pan a gentle whack to allow the eggs to sink into the fudge layer. Allow to set in fridge for 2 hours. Cut into pieces using a knife run under hot water.
Recipe Notes

Adapted from here

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2 Comments

  • Reply
    brie
    October 30, 2016 at 2:11 pm

    um…. eggs? they arent on the ingredient list … am i the only one who is confused? i think that eggs would be gross in this!

    • Reply
      Suzanne @MyCookProcessor.com
      October 31, 2016 at 1:09 pm

      Im so sorry about that, 100% eggs wouldn’t be the best addition to this, however chocolate eggs would be:) Thanks for pointing that out, I will edit it now.

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