Golden syrup slice

This sweet slice recipe doesn't need any baking and uses pantry ingredients which makes it a double winner in our eyes! Make it for a school cake sale or as a weekend treat for the kids

Hedgehog slice

This homemade hedgehog slice is a delicious alternative to the shop-bought variety. Full of crunch from the biscuits, nuts and coconut, this slice makes for a chocolate-y treat everyone will love.

Peach crumble slice

This quick recipe turns a delicious peach crumble into a slice that’s perfect for lunch boxes and afternoon tea. Using dried fruit, you don’t have to wait for summer before you can enjoy the yummy flavour of this peach slice.

Banana slice

This recipe for banana slice is much like banana bread but made into a slice. This makes it perfect for lunchboxes, cake stalls and school fairs.

Cherry ripe slice

Rich and delicious if you love cherry ripe you will adore this baked biscuit layered slice of heaven combining a sweet cherry centre with luscious dark chocolate

Crispy choc-mint Rice Bubble bars

The perfect slice for all of the chocolate-mint fans out there! This no-bake slice takes less than 10 minutes to prepare and tastes amazing.

Coconut lemon slice

Coconut lemon slice is a classic no-bake slice that is always popular at fetes and cake stall. Easy to make; it combines a strong lemony flavour with a sweet coconut topping.

Lemon slice

This deliciously simple lemon slice has few ingredients, is easy to make and has great flavour. Pack it into lunch boxes or serve it for afternoon tea.

No bake hazelnut slice

This is a great recipe for the kids to help with as there is no baking and it is ready in minutes. It taste delicious and is perfect for an afternoon snack or to pop in as a treat in the lunchbox

Dried fruit slice

This dried fruit slice is full of delicious dried fruit that is rehydrated into a lovely sweet compote. Slice it up for lunch boxes or afternoon tea treats.

Weet-bix slice

Always popular and so easy to make, this Weet-Bix slice recipe is a great way to involve the kids in the kitchen. Let them crush up the Weet-Bix for the base and pour on the icing after it’s baked.

Chocolate peanut slice

This slice may not be one to make for school lunches - what with nut allergy bans in most schools - but this is definitely a slice you can serve at home! Lovely and fudgy, it will be a popular addition to your repertoire.

Weetbix slice

Always popular and so easy to make, this Weet-Bix slice recipe is a great way to involve the kids in the kitchen. Let them crush up the Weet-Bix for the base and pour on the icing after it’s baked.

Coconut cherry slice

This classic coconut slice recipe uses fresh cherries instead of jam for the filling. This variation not only cuts back on sugar but also adds a flavour boost that only fresh, seasonal fruit can bring!

Lolly slice

This delicious treat of lollies, marshmallow and biscuit can be kept in the fridge and just cut a slice of when you need that special pick me up or great for the school cake stall

Anzac brownies

This Anzac brownie slice has a base layer of crunchy golden Anzac biscuit with a top layer of fudgy chocolate brownie. Bake and enjoy with a pot of tea!