I will start with an apology – this possibly is the most amazing and naughty slice I have ever made, and if you can stop after just one piece you have more will power than me. I would also like to share the blame for the calories you WILL consume eating this slice with Lucy from Bake Play Smile, as she is responsible for sharing a picture of this slice with me.
Just looking at the ingredients of the Malteser and Mars Bar Slice is enough to make your sweet tooth hurt – Maltesers, Mars Bars, Chocolate, Condensed Milk and Butter…. Mmmmm
Adding to the amazingness of this slice, is that no baking is involved! Just melting, mixing and popping it in the fridge – too easy!
If you are looking for an indulgent treat over the upcoming Easter long weekend, you certainly can’t go wrong with this recipe. Enjoy! xx
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Malteser and Mars Bar Slice
- 1 cup of Maltesers plus extra to decorate grab a 280g pack
- 4 Mars Bars 4 x 53g bars
- ½ cup Condensed Milk 125ml
- 1 pack of Chocolate Ripple Biscuits 250g
- 2 blocks of Cadbury Milk Chocolate 2 x 200g blocks
- 100 g unsalted butter
- 1 teaspoon vegetable oil
- Line the base and sides of a slice tin with baking paper.
- Finely crush the Chocolate Ripple Biscuits. You can use a food processor or the end of a rolling pin if you are like me!
- Roughly crush 1 cup of Maltesers.
- Dice the Mars Bars into small pieces.
- In a small saucepan over a low heat, melt the butter and condensed milk, stirring until combined.
- Add the roughly crushed Maltesers and Mars Bars to the crushed biscuits and stir through. Then add the melted butter and condensed milk and stir until combined - it will be very sticky!
- Pour the mixture into the slice tin and flatten with the back of a metal spoon. Pop it in the fridge for approximately an hour until it has completely cooled.
- Melt both of the blocks of chocolate and add 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil to the melted mixture, making sure you stir it in.
- Pour the melted chocolate over the cooled slice and then decorate with remaining Maltesers.
- Put the slice back into the fridge and cut into pieces before it has completely set.
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When cutting the slice in pieces do you still leave it in the tray?
Hi Prue, I take the slice out of the tay as I find that easier xx
1. Could someone please translate all the ingredient measurements into ounces instead of grams? In USA we are used to working with ounces. This would needed for: maltesers, mars bars, quantity of chocolate biscuits, Cadbury chocolate bars, unsalted butter.
2. by baking paper do you mean parchment paper?
3. Could Milky Way bars be substitute for mars bars? Mars bars are impossible to find in our grocery stores, – possibly could be found on Amazon but I don’t have time to go there.
4. Could I use a flat, chocolate wafer in place of the Chocolate Ripple Biscuits? (Also impossible to find in USA). What then would the total amount in ounces needed be if I subbed the crushed wafers for the Chocolate Ripple Biscuits?
Thanks so much – I want to make these in the next day, so a prompt reply would be most appreciated!
Thanks for your message. Whenever I’m converting measurements for recipes, I use this site: http://www.metric-
Yes, baking paper is similar to parchment paper.
I’m sorry you are unable to find the Mars Bars and biscuits, I’m unsure how the slice would work with the substitutions you have suggested so I’m afraid I can’t advise you how many ounces of the biscuits to use, or if it would work at all. sorry I can’t be of anymore help. Have a lovely weekend.
Hi, just wondering what the oil does? And you mention cutting before just set. Does it matter if it’s fully set before cutting
Can’t wait to dig in to this one.
The oil just helps the chocolate spread nice and evenly and makes it a little easier to cut so you get nice smooth edges. It doesn’t matter if it’s fully set, I’d just leave it out of the fridge for 5 – 10 minutes before slicing up and use a hot knife (just run it under hot water) so it’s a little easier to cut. I hope you enjoy it 🙂
Thanks for replying. It was delicious. I made it with butter ( spreadable) so was a little gooey but still tasted great. I’ll make it with normal butter next time. Will be making it again soon.
Made these a couple of days ago, and wow! First of all, you may want to pass on this if you’re not a chocaholic. For the rest of us, it’s absolutely divine unless you think about the healthiness of it.
Must try the cheesecake in the future 🙂
Very true, it’s certainly not good if you are watching what you eat! I’m glad you enjoyed it 🙂
Hello Can I bake these in a Pyrex dish instead? Thanks
You sure can, just make sure you line it with some baking paper first 🙂
I feel compelled to make these. How many calories per portion please Lauren?
I don’t know the calorie count I’m sorry, but I think it’s fairly safe to say it’s pretty high 🙁
Sounds a lovely treat that I feel compelled to make. How many calories are in a portion please? Not that I mind, as I’ll be having it after a work-out!