Say hello to our family favorite Chocolate Fudge Slice. This one has been around so long, it’s like it has become a member of the family – just less annoying!

Simple To Make Chocolate Fudge Slice

This is such a super simple slice to make, you might find yourself bringing it along when you visit friends. Make it at home and keep the recipe a secret so they all think you’re a genius! You’ll be sure to get invited around for coffee regularly – oh, can you bring a bit of that slice thingy…? You know it!

Here’s How We Made This Chocolate Fudge Slice

Gather the Chocolate Fudge Slice Ingredients - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Gather the Chocolate Fudge Slice Ingredients – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Start by gathering all the ingredients. Put them all out and check the list, it will save you finding out you’re missing a key ingredient after you have passed the point of no return.

Prepare the Baking Tin NOW! - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Prepare the Baking Tin NOW! – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Prepare the baking tin NOW! It’s easier to do this before you start cooking and while there’s room on the bench. THere’s also no hot pans to get in the way or sticky messes to avoid touching. Keep it clean and do it early and calmly!

More Prep! Break the Biscuits! - Cooking At Home Is Fun
More Prep! Break the Biscuits! – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Break the biscuits into large mixing bowl and combine the desiccated coconut before you start cooking.

Finally, make sure you have room in the fridge for the slice to set. Remember it has to be level for it to set evenly.

Combine butter, sugar & cocoa - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Combine butter, sugar & cocoa – Cooking At Home Is Fun
The smooth mixture - Cooking At Home Is Fun
The smooth mixture – Cooking At Home Is Fun

The smooth combined mixture is complete. Allow it to cool while movie on to other steps.

Pour over the butter mixture - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Pour over the butter mixture – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Pour over the butter mixture.

Use a spatula to combine the butter mixture - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Use a spatula to combine the butter mixture – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Use a spatula to combine the butter mixture.

Pour the mixture into the tray - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Pour the mixture into the tray – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Once the mixture is combined, pour it into the lined baking tray.

Smooth out the mixture with a spatula - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Smooth out the mixture with a spatula – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Smooth out the mixture using a spatula.

Make the Icing

Prepare to make the Icing - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Prepare to make the Icing – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Again, prepare all the ingredients before you begin. You can use the same bowl as the biscuit mixture. It saves cleaning up!

Mix the Icing - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Mix the Icing – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Combine all and mix together until it’s smooth.

Mix the Icing - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Mix the Icing – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Almost ready!

Icing the Chocolate Fudge Cake

Pour the Icing over the biscuit mixture - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Pour the Icing over the biscuit mixture – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Spread the icing with a spatula. Using a warm knife will make it smooth if you want that look. In this one we have kept it rustic.

Smooth the icing over biscuit mixture - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Smooth the icing over biscuit mixture – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Make sure you get the icing right into the corners.

Chocolate Fudge Slice Finishing Touches

Sprinkle over additional coconut - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Sprinkle over additional coconut – Cooking At Home Is Fun

Sprinkle some coconut over the top while the icing is still wet and spreadable. This allows the coconut to stick.

Sprinkle over additional coconut - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Sprinkle over additional coconut – Cooking At Home Is Fun

The finished Delicious Chocolate Fudge Slice before refrigeration
The finished Delicious Chocolate Fudge Slice before refrigeration

Here’s how the Chocolate Fudge Slice looks like before refrigerating.

Love it in the fridge for at least four hours before slicing to serve. It’s going to be difficult to wait that long, but you Must! (we say).

Thinking of Making the Chocolate Fudge Slice Yourself?

Don’t let the amount of ingredients intimidate you. First, print out the recipe and tick off all the things you already have. Then you will have a small and convenient list to take to the store. Preparation saves time. It’s difficult to resist marching ahead quickly, but getting all your ducks in order helps a lot. Even if it’s chicken you’re cooking.

Make it Now With This Simple Cooking At Home Is Fun Recipe:



Recipe Card

Chocolate Fudge Slice

A super Rich Chocolate Fudge Slice that's quick and easy to make ahead.
Prep Time5 minutes
Cook Time10 minutes
Total Time15 minutes
Course: Cake, Dessert
Cuisine: Modern, Sweets
Keyword: biscuit, Cake, chocolate, coconut, simple, Slice
Servings: 8
Calories: 0.35kcal
Author: cooking at home is fun
Cost: $10

Equipment

  • medium saucepan
  • Baking Tray 20 x 40cm
  • spatula

Ingredients

Slice:

  • 230 g Butter
  • 230 g Sugar
  • 1 Tbsp Cocoa
  • ½ Cup milk
  • 1 Packet Marie biscuits
  • 115 g Desiccated coconut

Icing:

  • 1 Tsp Butter
  • 1 Cup Icing Sugar
  • 2 Tsp Cocoa
  • 1 Tsp water

Instructions

  • In a small saucepan over low to medium heat, melt butter. Add sugar and cocoa, stir to combine. Add milk and stir continuously until sugar has fully dissolved. Remove from heat and allow to cool a little.
  • Prepare a baking tray with baking paper on the bottom. The tray size may vary but we have used 2 x 20cm square trays. You might use one large one, it’s your choice.
  • Crush the packet of biscuits by hand in batches to form a consistent sized chunks (Not crumbs). Do this into a mixing bowl, then combine with the desiccated coconut.
  • Pour the butter mixture over the biscuits and coconut. Gently turn over to combine. Once combined, pour the butter mixture over the biscuits until. Gently agitate the tray to allow the biscuits to be covered fully.
  • Whisk the icing ingredients together in a bowl. Once the icing is a smooth and well-combined liquid, pour it over the biscuit mixture and smooth with a warm knife.
  • Refrigerate for a minimum of four hours before cutting.
Chocolate Fudge Slice - Cooking At Home Is Fun
Chocolate Fudge Slice – Cooking At Home Is Fun

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