I love cooking with my kids and here is a quick, easy, no-bake chocolate mint slice recipe that you’ll want to try with your kids too. It is wonderful because it only uses 4 basic ingredients and allows children to mix, stir, pour etc. This simple recipe can be served an enjoyed at birthday parties when you a special guests coming over… or just because. So I need you to excuse the fact that I don’t have any progress pictures in todays post. This quick, easy, no-bake chocolate mint slice recipe is just that, quick, easy and requires no baking whatsoever. It is my go-to recipe if I’m ever having someone over and I have the energy to make something, rather than dashing to the shops. I also love this recipe because you can modify it to suit your own taste. If mint isn’t something that you really care for, then you can chop up something else and stir that through the mixture. It really is that easy.
Quick, easy, no-bake chocolate mint slice recipe
- 250g Marie biscuits
- 1 Peppermint Crisp bar crushed
- 395g Condensed Milk
- 150g milk chocolate melts
- Crush biscuits and Peppermint Crisp bar and mix together in a bowl
- Add condensed milk and combine well
- Press into a greased tray
- Melt chocolate
- Pour chocolate over slice
- Refrigerate and cut into pieces
- For those whole are unfamiliar with the above ingredients -
- Marie biscuits are a basic sweet tea biscuit
- Peppermint Crisp is a chocolate mint bar that can be substituted with any candy bar
Instead of chocolate mint, what would you add?
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What are Marie biscuits and peppermint crisps?
Hi Kb. My apologies, I’m in Australia and these are common ingredients. Where are you located?
Marie biscuits are a sweet tea biscuit and the peppermint crisp is the name of a mint chocolate bar. I’ll see if I can find alternatives for you. 🙂
in the US that would be lady fingers cookies and a mint or just plain chocolate bar with a crushed candy cane pieces added.
Matthew you are a super star!!!!!!! Thank you SO much for that great info. Very helpful. 🙂
Hmmm! Might just make this for the kidlet’s school fete cake stall this weekend. Thanks 🙂
Perfect! It’s super easy Jackie. 🙂
In the USA I buy graham crackers, or better yet, crushed graham crackers, instead of Marie bikkies. Although Goya brand Maria Cookies are available I get lazy and buy the pre-crushed grahams!