The recipe suggests using these chicken drumsticks hot or cold for picnics, but I think you could also make the recipe using chicken wings or chicken tenders and serve them up as party finger food. The cornflake coating would give them a lovely crunch.
This is a yummy slice combining cornflakes, coconut, sugar and chocolate. It comes from the Australian Women’s Weekly and I particularly like the Cook’s Note at the end about how to use a sandwich bag for piping the chocolate on the top. A great tip.
This little recipe book compiled by the Keysborough Bowls Social Club is overflowing with great slice ideas so I’ve decided to try to post a recipe each week.
I’ve made this slice many times myself, but I have it in my collection as Wanganui Slice. I’ve always thought that it was named after the New Zealand town of Whanganui. Whatever the name, it tastes good, although it is rather on the sweet side.
I guess Mum couldn’t find the cellotape when she saved this old newspaper cutting and instead used a pin to keep the two sections together. Unusual perhaps, but it’s done the job for all these years. I’ve taken the liberty of renaming the recipe as I didn’t think Kiddies Delight was enough of a description for it, but whatever it’s called I think kids would love it.