Tim’s Clinker Slice (No-Bake)

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This was an old favourite that I made regularly in my early 20’s, and a friend of mine, Tim, was particularly fond of it, hence the name!

Another super easy no-bake slice with only a handful of ingredients, and yummy as anything!

Ingredients
250 grams Malt-o-Milk biscuits (1 pkt)
125 grams Butter
1/2 tin of Condensed Milk
180 grams Clinkers (1 pkt)
150 grams Cadbury Milk Chocolate Buttons (or Nestle Melts, or Cadbury Dairy Milk chocolate)

Line a square cake tin with baking paper.
Crush the biscuits, either using a food processor in whatever other way you like! Remove from food procession and place in a bowl.
Using the food processor, crush Clinkers using the ‘pulse’ – do not process too much or they will fade away into a powder! You want the pieces to be about 1/8th – 1/10th the size of a whole clinker!

Melt butter in a saucepan on the stovetop. Add condensed milk and heat. Be careful as the condensed milk will stick to the saucepan and burn if you have it too high/do not mix it enough! Mix together until combined.

Pour melted mixture into biscuit mixture. Mix until combined. Mixture will be quite wet. Press mixture into a lined tray.

Refrigerate until nearly set (at least 2 hours).

Melt the chocolate in a microwave safe bowl, in the microwave 30 seconds at a time, stirring in between until all buttons are melted. Pour the chocolate mixture on top of the slice tin, and spread around (I do this by lifting up the tin and leaning it side to side to spread without a knife).

Refrigerate until set, and cut into small squares. Keep stored in an air-tight container for up to a week in fridge (however I guarantee it will not last this long)!

Notes: You can use up to 250gm Chocolate for the topping if you want a thicker layer of chocolate on the slice!

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