HFG caramel slice
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HFG caramel slice

This low-cost, easy caramel slice ‘make-over’ recipe, is a great way to get the kids baking. This recipe is not only lower in sugar, saturated fat and energy than traditional caramel slice but tastes amazing, guaranteed to be one of the family favourites.
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Serves: 16 (1 piece per serve)
Time to make: 50 mins , plus 2 hrs chilling
Hands-on time: 15 mins
Total cost: $7.20 / $0.45 per serve

(at time of publication)

HFG tip

Before cutting slice, dip the knife in hot water – it stops the chocolate from cracking.

Original ingredients

1 cup flour
1 cup coconut
1 cup brown sugar
185g butter
440g condensed milk
2 tablespoons golden syrup
125g dark chocolate

What we did

  • Removed coconut and replaced it with oats
  • Halved sugar
  • Replaced butter with reduced-fat spread
  • Replaced golden syrup and condensed milk with Highlander Caramel condensed milk
  • Reduced amount of chocolate

Traditional caramel slice (per serve)

Total energy 1360kJ
Total fat 18g (12g saturated fat)

HFG caramel slice (per serve)

Total energy 840kJ
Total fat 9g (3g saturated fat)

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Photographer: Mark O'Meara

2 comments on HFG caramel slice

  1. Waipa District Council March 23, 2021 at 12:15 pm #

    This is far from healthy

    • Jen deMontalk March 24, 2021 at 12:59 pm #

      Thanks for your comment. A healthy diet includes treat foods. Our view is, and the evidence shows, eating patterns that are too restrictive and don’t allow for any foods people enjoy having as a treat are not sustainable or sociable, and often pull people into an unhealthy diet cycle or disordered eating patterns. The dessert and sweet recipes we create are lower in sugar, energy and saturated fat than traditional versions and often higher in fibre, too.

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