The Classic Caramel Slice is definitely one of my favourite desserts. When I make a batch of these, it really is hard for me to not eat sevvvveral of them in one sitting. You should have seen the trials for these guys 😆 I guess that just means they’re that good, right?
It took me awhile to get the base exactly how I wanted it – a crunchy biscuit. Topped with gooey date caramel and a slight crunch from the chocolate. They’re 10 ingredients, and easily put together. I timed the process to take 28 minutes plus setting time.
Okay, I’m off to have dessert before dinner. Talk soon ☺️
If you create these Classic Caramel Slices, I would love to see them on Instagram if you’re over there! Please be sure to use #amylecreations, so I don’t miss it!
Presentation tip: To cut the caramel slice without cracking, dip a serrated knife into a tall mug of boiling water. Wipe off the excess water and carefully make a cut through the chocolate first and then through the other layers. Wipe off any excess slice left on the knife before dipping it into the water again, before continuing with the cutting. This ensures that the chocolate on top doesn’t crack into random pieces, although I find that look is quite aesthetic, it’s all up to you!