Thermomix Caramello Slice

Easy Thermomix Caramello Slice

You know when blocks of chocolate at the supermarket go on special? Well I’m one of those people who always just has to buy at least one! Even if I really, really don’t need it!! Anyway, this Easy Thermomix Caramello Slice is the perfect way to use a block of Cadbury Caramello chocolate (especially when you’ve bought it for an absolute bargain!!).

Thermomix Caramello Slice

As much as I love a traditional caramel slice, it can be a bit of a pain to make. This Thermomix Caramello Slice on the other hand is literally the simplest thing ever! You just mix everything together, pop it in a slice tray, pour some melted chocolate over the top… and voila! You have a delicious caramel flavoured slice. No hassle, no fuss – just simple and delicious baking.

Thermomix Caramello Slice

Oh and did I mention that it will take you less than 10 minutes to make?? Umm… awesome!!

Thermomix Caramello Slice

Thermomix Caramello Slice

Easy Thermomix Caramello Slice

The easiest Thermomix Caramello Slice you'll ever make!
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Course: Bars, Slices &amp
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 15

Ingredients

  • 220 g Caramello chocolate
  • 1 X 250g packet of plain biscuits – crushed
  • ΒΌ cup butter
  • 1/2 - 3/4 tin condensed milk (I find that it sometimes depends on the type of biscuits you use as to whether you need a little more or less)
  • 1/4 cup coconut
  • 220 g block plain chocolate for topping

Instructions

  • Place biscuits into the TM bowl and crush by holding on Turbo for 5-10 seconds.
  • Set biscuits aside.
  • Melt butter and broken up caramello chocolate on 50 degrees, Speed 3, 4-5 mins (scraping down the bowl occasionally).
  • Add biscuits, coconut and condensed milk to the bowl and mix on reverse Speed 3 for 1 minute (scraping down the bowl occasionally).
  • Press into a standard sized rectangular slice tray and refrigerate.
  • Place the block of plain chocolate into the TM bowl and grate on Speed 5 for 10 seconds.
  • Melt on Speed 3, 4-5 mins (scraping down the bowl occasionally).
  • Refrigerate for a couple of hours or until completely set and hardened.
  • Cut into slices.

 

Comments 8

  1. I struggled with this a bit – just made it.
    I like quick recipes and prefer measurements to be in grams not cups – to make life thermomix simple
    I stopped to scrap down the sides after 30sec when combined everything or reverse speed and it set so hard it would not start again and became a mission to get out of the bowl (that took nearly 10 minutes in itself – then to clean it to melt the chocolate).
    Waiting for it to set so that hubby can taste it, looks good though, hope it works out after all of that

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  2. Have to agree with Tracy’s comments, once biscuit mix went in, machine stopped…
    Great easy recipe but I would make on the stove and mix myself I think next time..
    Even melting the chocolate I felt like I left more in the bowl than on the slice ..
    Can’t wait to taste it … All that aside πŸ™‚

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