WHITE CHRISTMAS SLICE


A classic festive slice enjoyed by children and adults! Cut into small pieces for serving, or place in clear cellophane bags for gift-giving.
   
Ingredients for WHITE CHRISTMAS SLICE
Yield: 1 x Tray (20cm x 30cm)
Copha
250g
Icing sugar, sifted
3/4 cup
Puffed rice
3 cups
Desiccated coconut
1 cup
Dried mixed fruit
1 cup
Powdered milk
1 cup
Red glacè cherries, halved (optional)
1/2 cup
   
METHOD:
1. Line a 20cm x 30cm tin with baking paper.
2. Melt copha over low heat. Cool slightly.
3. Sift icing sugar into a bowl and add puffed rice, desiccated coconut, dried mixed fruit, powdered milk and halved glacè cherries. Mix well.
4. Pour melted copha into puffed rice mixture and stir until combined.
5. Place mixture into lined tray.
6. Refrigerate until set then slice into 3cm x 5cm pieces. Store white Christmas slice in the refrigerator, in an airtight container. Consume within three weeks.
   
Author: Megan Radaich          Image credit: Megan Radaich          
Publication: www.foodpreserving.org 
    
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