This yummy no-bake Milk chocolate slice is the perfect combination of creamy chocolate and crunchy biscuit base.
I first created this delicious No-bake Milk Chocolate Slice in an effort to use leftover easter eggs! However, if the eggs are long gone, just use regular milk, dark or white chocolate. The best thing about my no-bake slices (other than the fact they don’t require baking!) is just how versatile they are.
My recipe calls for rice bubbles but you could swap this out for cornflakes if you want. I’ve even heard of people using Weetbix and toasted muesli as a substitute! Likewise with the biscuits, you could use any plain types such as Krispies, Vanilla Wines, Maries or even Malt biscuits. I like to use up what’s in the cupboard.
How to make no-bake Milk chocolate slice:
Start by lining a slice tin – mine measures 18 x 27cm. Melt chocolate, condensed milk and butter in the microwave then mix well. Add the crushed biscuits and rice bubbles and mix until all combined.
Using a metal spoon, press the mixture evenly into the lined slice tin. Melt the remaining milk chocolate and oil in the microwave and mix to until smooth. Pour over the base spreading evenly into the corners, then scatter over sprinkles.
Chill in the fridge for three hours or until set. Remove 20 minutes before slicing to make it easier to cut.
No-bake slices are so easy to make and tasty delicious. If you like these recipes as much as me check out my moreish no-bake recipes for Hokey Pokey Slice, Ginger Slice, Snifter Lump Slice and Chocolate Easter Egg Slice!
COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT no-bake milk chocolate slice:
How long does it keep for? This milk chocolate slice will keep well in airtight container for up to a week in the fridge.
Do I have to use arrowroot biscuits? No! You can any plain biscuits such as Marie, Vanilla Wines, Super Wines or Arrowroots.
Could I add different flavours to this slice? Absolutely! If you wanted to add some chew to the base, you could add in your favourite dried fruit such as chopped dried apricots or raisins. To add a kick to the icing, you could add in raspberry, peppermint or even orange essence – just add a little oil to the mix so the chocolate doesn’t seize up.
How long does milk chocolate slice take to set? It takes around 3 hours in the fridge (even better overnight) but you can speed up the process by putting it into the freezer for 30 minutes.
What size slice tin do you use? For this recipe I use my 18 x 27 cm slice tin.
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- 250g milk chocolate
- 200g condensed milk
- 75g butter
- 1 packet arrowroot biscuits, finely crushed
- ¾ cup rice bubbles
- 250g milk chocolate
- 1 Tbsp vegetable oil
- 1 tsp sprinkles
- Line a 18 X 27cm slice tin with baking paper and set aside.
- Add chocolate, condensed milk and butter to a microwave-safe bowl. Heat in 30 second bursts until all the ingredients have melted together and stir well.
- Add to the crushed biscuits and rice bubbles and mix until all combined. Press the mixture into the tray, spread to the edges and smooth the top with the back of a metal spoon.
- For the topping: Melt together 250g chocolate with the oil in the microwave. Stir until it is smooth.
- Pour the chocolate over the base and spread it evenly to the edges. Scatter over sprinkles.
- Chill in the fridge for at least 3 hours until set. Take out of the fridge 20 minutes before cutting into slices (this makes it easier to cut).
- You can use any plain biscuits like Superwines, Milk Arrowroots or Maries. Even Malt biscuits or Krispies would work too.
- Swap the milk chocolate for white or dark chocolate if you prefer.
- You can speed up the setting process by putting it into the freezer for 30 minutes.
- Keep in an airtight container in the fridge for up to a week.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 24 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 171Total Fat: 10gSaturated Fat: 6gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 3gCholesterol: 14mgSodium: 52mgCarbohydrates: 18gFiber: 1gSugar: 15gProtein: 2g