Easy peasy retro hedgehog slice 46



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Remember the chocolate hedgehog slice Mum used to make? It was a nice little treat and she used to whip it up for morning teas.

We’ve found a retro recipe for you that uses just three ingredients to recreate this classic slice. Yum!

  • 125g shortbread biscuits
  • 200g Milk or dark chocolate
  • 30g Copha
  1. Crush up theย biscuits by placing them in a plastic zip lock bag and crushing them with a wooden spoon.
  2. Place the chocolate and copha into a saucepan, stir constantly until both ingredients melted completely.
  3. Combine the mixture with the biscuits, stirring so that all of the biscuits are distributed evenly.
  4. Place mixture into a creased 25cm pan, patting the mixture flat and place into the fridge to cool.
  5. After finished cooling, slice into rectangles and ice with chocolate frosting or desiccated coconut (optional)

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  1. Deprived childhood ,my Mum has never made this, still not to late she is only 92yrs and going strong:)

  2. Origional from 1930 !1/4 lb butter,1/4 lb sugar,1 lb broken biscuits,1 egg, 1 tbsp.cocoa,1 teaspoon. Vanilla,3/4 cup walnuts,& sultanas. Melt utter & sugar over heat.remove & add 1 well beaten egg,cocoa & vanilla.bring to boil again.remove from heat.add biscuits, broken up small,nuts & sultanas.put mix inflat greased baking dish,leave stand in a cool place overnight to set,ice with a chocolate butter icing& decorate with chopped nuts. Keep in icebox!

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  3. I remember when kid growing up in the early 50’s you could buy a brown paper bag of plain broken biscuits for 1/6d. Maybe that’s how they were created, but only biscuits, copha, icing sugar , cocoa, maybe coconut if you could afford it.

  4. Valerie Smith more mum memories! The old hedgehog slice made with the broken biscuits at the bottom of the tin…Yum!

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