These could be a fairly healthy biscuit for the kids during the school holidays or as they’re pretty easy to make they might even be a good holiday activity. They won’t keep long with the mushy bananas inside, but they probably won’t last long with the kids around anyway.
There’s lots and lots of truffle recipes around and this another version by Nestle. It uses sweetened condensed milk to bind the fruit, nuts and biscuits together and has a rich chocolate coating….they look yummy.
This is really just a baked caramel slice with a chocolate topping, but it’s a great name for it, isn’t it?
Snickers, peanut butter, cornflakes and milk chocolate, don’t think I have to say anymore. Except perhaps that you don’t have to even turn the oven on. Yumm……….
This another one of those 70s Copha slices. I think they were popular because they didn’t need baking, made a large quantity and were quick and easy to make. All pretty good reasons when you think about it.
The heading on this New Idea segment says ‘the perfect breakfast treat”, but I’m pretty sure my granddaughters would like them in their lunchbox and I wouldn’t mind them for afternoon tea.
I’ve made the usual almond bread many times as it always goes well with coffee after dinner, but this spicy version looks good and would work really well with a cheese platter.