Liquorice Allsorts slice 115



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Liquorice Allsorts were one of the greatest lollies from our childhood! Do you remember eating them with your brothers and sisters, arguing over the last piece?

Now you can have a slice, a big slice, all for yourself if you like! Or share it with your friends. Everyone is sure to love this awesome recipe for Liquorice Allsorts Slice.

Even if you don’t like liquorice, this slice is surprisingly sweet and you can always take off the layers if you don’t like them.


  • 275g Liquorice Allsorts, chopped up
  • 1 packet plain biscuits (~250g)
  • 200g sweetened condensed milk
  • 125g butter
  • 200g cooking chocolate


  1. Line a slice tin with baking paper.
  2. Add the biscuits to a food processor and crush.
  3. Microwave the condensed milk and butter in a large bowl til melted.
  4. Add the crushed biscuits to the melted butter and condensed milk bowl and stir until well combined. Stir through the Allsorts,
  5. Press the mixture firmly into the slice tin.
  6. Melt the chocolate in short bursts in the microwave. Spread evenly over the slice.
  7. Refrigerate slice for a few hours, then slice and serve.



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  1. I have used licorice allsorts instead of fruit puffs or eskimos in lolly log roll, same ingredients as here

  2. one of the big ones when growing up were licorice blocks and choo choo bars, fags as well chocolate bullets were 8 a penny

    3 REPLY
    • Yes Stephen remember those all well, would end up with black tongues and all around the mouth. Still love the bullets, but I don’t thing any of the others are still available. Like everything else these days they have been downsized that much they have completely disappeared off the market!!

    • Yes Stephen,sounds like we are i the same era. You wouldn’t dare make mention of a packet of Fags now, hahahahaha

  3. My nanna loved them. Every time I visited I would take her a large bag of them. I like them so will attempt to make this.

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