Friday, May 6, 2011

recipe :: emergency slice!



This is not so much a recipe, but a set of loose guidelines to follow when faced with the realisation that  you are supposed to be providing "a plate" for afternoon tea at a playgroup that starts in about an hour...

Step One - forget the oven
Step Two - check the pantry for cereal
Step Three - put the cereal and whatever else you can find in a bowl



Step Four - bind it together with melted chocolate of any kind (block, bars, chips, dark, milk, white, whatever) then squish it into a lined cake tin
Step Five - Put it in the fridge for 20 minutes
Step Six - Chop it up - non square bits are for the "chef" - there will be lots!



Step Seven - Arrange on a plate and be all "it was no trouble, anytime"

Crisis averted!

Here is what I made mine from, but just about everything could be substituted (I wouldn't use Weet-Bix, though)!

2 cups Rice Bubbles
1 cup dried cranberries
1/4 cup desiccated coconut
1/4 cup slivered almonds
400g white chocolate melts

Enjoy!

11 comments:

Brenda said...

You must work well under pressure Nic. A slice that looks that good in under an hour......very clever!

mel @ loved said...

Oh nice save!! That looks delicious & so easy, I love that!

Vic said...

Smarty pants!

Juicy Roo said...

Well that looks sensational...however the chance of me finding uneaten chocolate lying around in my cupboard? Zero!

frangipani designs said...

nice one!! i have done something similar too!

lamina@do a bit said...

Great recipe!! I love things that are quick and easy :)

Liam's Mummy said...

Clever girl! I am so going to steal that. Only my slice would be dark chocolate.

Red Parka said...

Hi Nic,
Looks great - yum!
I have been reading your blog for ages now and have finally joined blogland myself - so hi!!!
Jen x

beck said...

Fancy! And pretty too, great idea Nic! x

Karen said...

That's a great idea - I often get caught running around at the last minute for a plate.

tea with lucy said...

ah what i'd give for e teeny tiny non square bit right now....