Got a few minutes? Got Mars Bar Slice ready to get the sweet fix sorted!
I love the diversity of Thermomix, this morning we were whipping up green smoothies, then later in the day I was making this sugar laden thing. Then I made some Son in Law Eggs, well, the sauce to go with them. Life is about balance after all and I certainly won't be eating this slice, (well not all of it anyway!)
Cut into weensy pieces, then just have one. Food Positivity strikes again!
It's all good mums, you got this, but occasionally you need a break, and if it's not time for a Kit Kat, then make this instead!
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- 3 Mars Bars (full size) cut into pieces
- 1 twin Boost Bar cut into pieces (or a 4th Mars Bar) Total weight needs to be 220g in candy bars
- 30 Grams Brew Choc dry granules BUY
- 75 Grams butter BUY
- 100 Grams popped rice cereal or other popped grain cereal of choice
- 1 00 Gram shredded coconut BUY
- 1 Cup chocolate dark, callets BUY
- 4 Tablespoons cream BUY
Place all candy bars, Brew Choc granules and the butter into the Thermomix bowl and melt 10 min/80°C/speed 1.
Add cereal and stir vigorously with a spatula, adding coconut as you do so.
The mix should be very thick, if not add more coconut.
Push into a lined square (20cm) pan, working with a spatula to smooth top.
Refrigerate until set.
Meanwhile melt chocolate with cream on Induction 2 or use the microwave or double boiler. This is such a small amount I don't recommend using the Thermomix.
Spread over top of slice and set.
Remove from pan in one piece and cut into pieces.
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