No-Bake Yummy Slice Recipe


I made this delicious slice today as sustenance for my nights in front of the television and the Tour de France.

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“When all else fails, take a vacation.” 
~ Betty Williams

It’s school holidays here in Queensland, and this it the perfect easy slice to make.  In fact this recipe is so easy that the kids will have a batch of these whipped up faster than you can say “you’ll like this – it has chocolate in it!”

I’d love to have a more inventive name for this slice, but for years it has just been referred to as Nicole’s Yummy Slice.  It’s a delicious combination of apricots, nuts, oats, seeds and a dash of chocolate, and there’s no baking involved at all – just a little heating of a few wet ingredients.  This slice has been a stalwart at my workshops, and it’s a great standby recipe for school holidays, or as a lunchbox treat.  I also like to give it as a gift. It makes an ample batch, which is…

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4 Comments Add yours

  1. This looks great, sort of like a granola bar. I love seeds so I think I’ll have to try this.

    1. suth2 says:

      It is delicious. I thought it would be really healthy but then you look at how much butter sugar and honey is in it, not to mention the peanut butter! Decadence!

  2. Meg Thompson says:

    I’ll be trying this one for sure.x

    1. suth2 says:

      It makes quite a lot as you only need to cut it in small squares but the good thing is you can freeze it. I cut it up and froze half but at the rate I am munching through it the frozen half won’t be frozen for long!

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