An easy homemade Chocolate Rough Slice recipe that is nut-free, and perfect for popping in your children’s school lunch boxes.
I love anything chocolate and coconut, which is why I can’t get enough of this Chocolate Rough Slice! This recipe seems to effortlessly bring both delicious ingredients together into one very yummy treat, and the best bit about these nut-free goodies, is their ability to be frozen.
The best bit about these nut-free goodies – apart from the fact they’re delicious and only take 20 minutes to prep – is that they freeze really well, making them a great option for a kids’ school lunchboxes (as an occasional treat) or an afternoon treat with a cuppa.
Simply put into the freezer the day you bake them (this will lock in the freshness), and then pull one out of the freezer on a school morning and pop into your child’s lunch box. It’ll be perfectly defrosted for morning tea time.
This slice has a nice soft base that’s not too crunchy, and the topping is delicious! You can bake this in a slice tin if you’d like them a little thinner and crunchier, or use a loaf tin (like me) to make them softer and thicker.
TIP: To easily spread the topping, put a spoon into boiling water and then use to spread.Print
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