Easy No Bake Cookies and Cream Slice; Chocolate crunchy cookie base with a creamy cookies and cream chocolate top
Sooo…. What a few challenging days I am having.
Challenging the bathroom scale (it is winning)
and the hardest part- my self. Oh my gosh, one thing I don’t have is patience.
I have decided to buy a house. I want one- so that REALLY translates to, I want one right now. I hate the looking. Actually, I lie- I LOVE looking at houses, just not when it is me who is trying to buy. I find it so frustrating…
- The rushing to looking.
- Missing the gym (insert the scale winning- if only I wasn’t too
lazyah hem, tired to get up just an hour earlier… maybe next week….)
- The disappointment of a place looking not like their photos
- The rush of people wanting what you want
- And the worst one, the waiting! Ergh.
I swear I need a clone just to be able to get everything done in the day. I can see the mums right now nodding their heads… Seriously, I don’t know how you do it all.
So let’s celebrate the things I CAN control and the things I don’t have to wait for, like a No Bake Cookies and Cream slice (okay, you have to wait for it to set- but even I can handle that… gives you time to lick the bowl 😉 )
Wish me luck!
What is something you hate waiting for?
Or are you one of those people who have mountains of patience? Just sayin’… I can’t even handle lay buys….
I’d love to hear from you!
- 250 grams Chocolate cookies - crushed
- 100 grams Oreo cookies- crushed
- ½ tin condensed milk (approx.)
- 80 grams butter - melted
- 350 grams Cookies and Cream chocolate
- 2 tablespoons of coconut oil or copha* amount will depend on your brand of chocolate. Add gradually as you may not need that much, or may need more. Coconut oil gives a slight coconut taste to the slice. See instructions.
- Crush the chocolate cookies and Oreos so they resemble bread crumbs.
- In a medium bowl, add the cookies, condensed milk and melted butter. Mix until it is well combined- it should look wet and stick together. If not, add a little more condensed milk.
- Line a slice tin with baking paper and add the cookie mixture. This can get messy and sticky! Use the back of a spoon or your hands to spread the mixture evenly, pushing down as you go. Place in the fridge while you compete the next steps.
- Over a double boiler, melt the Cookies and Cream chocolate with the coconut oil/copha. Stirring until the chocolate is smooth and easy to pour and spread. If needed, add a little more copha or coconut oil to get the smooth consistency. Pour evenly over the cookie base.
- Place in the fridge to set and cut into slices with a hot knife.
- Store in an airtight container in the fridge