Snickers Slice

This is such a delicious, scrumptious, handy recipe to make. If you like to have a small (but EPIC) little square of something after dinner, with a cup of tea, or whenever - then this is for you. This slice if best kept in the freezer for a cold (yet quick-to-defrost supply of "heaven-in-a-mouthful". These are so SO yummy and slightly peanutty, but even if you're not a MASSIVE peanut fan - I think you'll like them. Of course, it's not exactly like a Snickers bar, but it gets pretty close - and is so full of goodness so bottoms up and enjoy lovelies!!



  1. In a food processor, blitz the first 8 ingredients into a sticky crumble/dough mixture. You want it to be quite smooth, so scrape down the sides if necessary.
  2. Press into a 20cm square tin (or similar, you can't go wrong), that's been lined with baking paper. Smooth off with your hands or with a spatula. Place in the freezer until needed.
  3. In a heat-proof bowl, melt together all the remaining ingredients, with another pinch of salt. Stir to combine everything along the way and you could do this in a microwave, warm oven or over a pot of simmering water - up to you.
  4. Once a chocolatey melty bowl of wonderfulness, pour over the peanut base that has been in the freezer and smooth over with a spatula. Return to the freezer and leave to set (a couple of hours) before cutting up and tucking in. Best kept in the freezer.
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