How often do you Google search for how to use up half a tin of condensed milk? Well I have found the perfect answer and it was loved by the whole family in this Chocolate Caramel Weetbix Slice.
Weetbix slice is our go to slice as so quick and simple to make. I have a recipe that is always popular that you can find here, that includes cocoa on the base. Perfect for so many occasions, kids and adults alike love the taste and texture of it. This is just as easy but has the extra special element of a caramel layer that is so quick and simple I am definitely going to make this more often.
You can choose to use either melted chocolate or a basic chocolate icing as the topping. It is a very sweet slice, so I think the chocolate icing is just fine. And you do not need a lot!
We are heading into picnic season so it is lovely to have on hand a few slices that you know the family will like and I just know this will become a favourite in your home too.
The entire slice does not take long to make, but you will want the caramel to set before covering with the chocolate icing, and then allowing that to set before slicing so making this the night before is ideal.
Pin It! Chocolate Caramel Weetbix Slice
Without further ado here is the recipe, slightly amended (as I do) from the original. You can very easily double the caramel topping, so if you are a big caramel fan then do! Same method just double the ingredients for the caramel filling.
So it is as easy as that! For the caramel topping you literally stir it for only a few minutes then remove it from the heat, it really could not be simpler to create a delicious slice that will be a hit wherever you take it. We took ours to watch my husband play cricket today and there is not much left!
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Happy Baking! Anna 😀
Clare Pithers says
Do you use a fan forced oven at 180deg
Standard bake for my baking.