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Mum remarkably simple recipe for Caramilk slices – no baking required

Mum shares her incredibly simple recipe for ‘delicious’ Caramilk slices – no baking required

  • A mother has shared a simple recipe for Caramilk slices, no baking required 
  • Ingredients are condensed milk, butter, Rice Bubbles, biscuits and chocolate 
  • Biscuits and cereal should be crushed then mixed with melted liquid ingredients
  • The amateur baker said the slices were ‘so easy to make’ and set in one hour

A home cook has shared a remarkably simple recipe for Caramilk slices, no baking required.

Tahlee Hammond posted in a cookery group on Facebook on Friday, telling members she’d made the slices with Rice Bubbles, milk arrowroot biscuits, a tin of condensed milk, butter and a block of Cadbury’s best-selling caramelised white chocolate.

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The mother from Sydney said she mixed two cups of cereal with one packet of crushed biscuits, then melted the other ingredients in a saucepan over a low heat and tipped in the dry mixture.

She covered the top with a second block of melted Caramilk mixed with a teaspoon of vegetable oil which makes the chocolate smooth and shiny.

Ms Hammond said the slices were ‘so easy to make’ and took just one hour to set in the fridge.

The latest Caramilk creation: Sydney mother Tahlee Hammond’s simple no-bake slices made with Cadbury’s best-selling caramelised white chocolate

Caramilk fans were delighted with the simplicity of the recipe, with one woman saying she had already made two batches since it was shared Friday night.

‘I’ve made it twice so far and oh my God, it’s just so delicious! Thanks for sharing,’ she said.

Another said: ‘There’s only one problem. The Caramilk needs to survive the car drive home first!’

Others said the slices looked ‘delicious’ and had reminded them to stock up on blocks of the caramelised chocolate next time it’s reduced from $5 to $2.50 in Coles supermarket. 

Cadbury's white caramelised Caramilk, one of the iconic chocolate brand's best-selling creations

Cadbury’s white caramelised Caramilk, one of the iconic chocolate brand’s best-selling creations 

And it’s not the first Caramilk-inspired dessert that’s gone viral on social media this year. 

In February, amateur baker Luke Matthews put a unique spin on Australia’s iconic lamington cake by making a batch infused with the Cadbury favourite instead of traditional chocolate sauce.

Using cream, icing sugar, shredded coconut and ready-made slabs of sponge along with a bar of the white caramelised chocolate, the father from New South Wales whipped up 15 large lamingtons in 30 minutes.

The recipe proved wildly popular, racking up more than 5,000 likes and 12,000 comments as well as being shared by almost 2,000 people less than 24 hours after it was posted in an Australian cookery group on Facebook.

How to make Caramilk lamingtons

1. Spread a thin layer of shredded coconut on a flat tray and bake in the oven for five to eight minutes until lightly toasted.

2. While the coconut bakes, break a slab of Caramilk into small pieces and melt with cream, milk and coconut oil in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan of simmering water.

3. Once the mixture is smooth and thick, sift icing sugar into a large bowl and pour melted liquid on top.

4. Arrange a single layer of sponge cake on a baking tray and cover with chocolate mixture, holding a little back and setting to the side.

5. Add another layer of sponge on top and leave in the fridge to set for 15 minutes.

6. While the cakes cool, line a tray with baking paper and place shredded coconut in a shallow bowl.

7. Using a large serrated knife, saw the sponge sandwich into 15 generously sized pieces.

8. Gently skewer each sponge with a fork and hold over a bowl of leftover chocolate, spooning enough mixture to cover each piece.

9. Still holding the sponge over the bowl, sprinkle with toasted coconut, pressing gently to coat.

10. The caramelised lamingtons should be ready to eat after settling for two hours.

Source: Meanwhile in Australia