Love Maltesers? You’ll LOVE this Easy No Bake Malteser Chocolate Slice recipe – it’s a TRIPLE Malteser hit with Malteser chocolate, malt powder and chopped Maltesers! No Bake and five minutes to make!
Let’s review what we’ve got here! I’m going to show you how to make an insanely delicious and Easy No Bake Malteser Chocolate Slice. It’s no bake, and it starts out just like a cake – with beaten sugar and butter, plus vanilla, then melted chocolate (the Malteser chocolate bar for extra malteser flavour), and flour. The whole thing is topped with chopped maltesers and chunks of Malteser chocolate for the ultimate Malteser treat!
When I had the idea to make a REALLY Malteser-y chocolate No Bake slice, (based on this awesome recipe by the way), I had no idea whether they would work out nicely, so I was SO happy when they turned out to be one of the most yummy things I’ve ever eaten.
Fair warning – I quickly realised that these Easy No Bake Malteser Chocolate Slice’s are incredibly dangerous to have around. They taste like like a gorgeous malty (thanks to the horlicks powder!) chocolate cookie dough packed full of maltesers…. don’t make these if you’re trying to eat healthily – you won’t be able to resist them!
Clearly I am on a Malteser kick at the moment – I’ve made No Bake Malteser Millionaire’s Shortbread, then Malteser Fudge, this epic Easy No Bake Malteser Chocolate Slice and this week I also make Malteser Brownies!
Place your bets now – what will I stuff maltesers into next?
These No-Bake Millionaire’s Malteser Shortbread involve zero baking and SUPER easy to make. We’ll press a base of crushed shortbread biscuits and melted butter into a tin, then top it with a really quick caramel made with sugar, butter and condensed milk. Plenty of melted malteser chocolate goes on top, plus maltesers, and everything firms up in the fridge and is ready to eat in less than an hour.
- 100g very soft unsalted butter
- 100g light brown sugar
- pinch salt
- 1 tsp vanilla extract or vanilla bean paste
- 200g plain chocolate
- 200g bar of malteser chocolate
- 1 397g tin of condensed milk
- 1 x 100g packet of maltesers (or any amount - more maltesers is never a bad thing)
- 250g plain flour
- 3 heaped tbsp malt or horlicks powder (use less if you're not that keen on maltiness, but if you like maltesers you probably are!)
- Prepare a 9 inch by 9 inch square tin by lining it with parchment paper or thick tin foil.
- In a stand mixer is the easiest way to make this slice, or you can a bowl and wooden spoon too. First, beat the butter and sugar together until they're fluffy and soft, then add the vanilla and salt and beat well. Meanwhile, break the 200g of plain chocolate and just half (100g) of the malteser chocolate into a heatproof bowl and melt in the microwave on 30 second increments, giving the mixture a stir after each 30 seconds.
- Next, add the tin of condensed milk to the butter sugar mixture with the mixer running, and beat well - it will be a very wet mixture at this point. Pour in the melted chocolate and mix for a moment, then add the plain flour and horlicks powder and mix well, using a spatula to scrape down to the bottom of the bowl and combine everything. Stop the mixer and, while they're still in their packet, use something heavy like a rolling pin to bash the maltesers until some are crumbled and others are still whole. Pour half of them into the chocolate mixture and mix together by hand, before scooping everything into your pan and smoothing it out with the back of a spoon.
- Top with the remaining maltesers, and the rest of your bar of malteser chocolate - broken into chunks, or chopped up if you prefer. Pop the pan into the fridge to set - for about an hour, or if you really are in a rush, in the freezer for 10 - 15 minutes.
- Remove from the fridge 10-15 minutes before you want to serve it - it will be very firm, and use a large sharp knife to cut into squares. The mixture is VERY rich but I'm greedy, so my squares were massive.
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