Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Hazelnut Slice

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Hands up who loves Ferrero Rochers? Umm… me!! I have both hands up right now! I am a huge fan of these delicious little balls. There’s just something so amazing about the combination of hazelnut and chocolate… it’s just perfection, really!

Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Hazelnut Slice

Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Hazelnut Slice

I’m sure by now you know that I love a good no-bake slice. They’re just so easy (and fool-proof!). And this Ferrero Rocher Slice is no different. It can be whipped up in no time at all and yet it looks fantastic. Thanks to the Ferrero Rocher balls on top, this slice really does have the ‘wow’ factor.

Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Hazelnut Slice

Now if you’re obsessive like me, you’re going to need to make sure that your Ferrero Rocher balls are in perfect little straight lines… oh my OCD really showed it’s ugly head during the making of this slice. In fact, if you’re an obsessively neat person like me, feel free to whip out a ruler to get your Ferrero Rocher’s nice and straight (just joking…. kinda).

Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Hazelnut Slice

Oh and if you didn’t already think this slice was a chocoholic’s dream (thanks to the chocolate top layer and the Ferrero Rochers), I’m going to make it even better. Can you guess how? Ok, ok. To get that beautiful hazelnut chocolate flavour in the base, I used a full block of Cadbury Hazelnut chocolate. OMG yum! Well actually I lie, there may have been one or two pieces missing. Oops!

Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Hazelnut Slice

Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Hazelnut Slice

And that’s it! A deliciously simple no-bake slice that looks too good to eat… almost! If you’re a fan of no-bake slices, check out my Caramello Slice, Peppermint Slice and Malteser Slice (mmmm so much chocolatey goodness!).

Ferrero Rocher Chocolate Hazelnut Slice
 
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Serves: 12-16
Ingredients
  • 1 X 250g packet sweet biscuits - Marie or similar
  • 125 g Butter, roughly chopped
  • 220 g block of Cadbury Hazelnut chocolate, broken into pieces
  • 200 g sweetened condensed milk, (1/2 tin)
  • 200g dark chocolate cooking melts
  • 30g butter (for topping)
  • 12-16 Ferrero Rocher balls (depending on how big you want your slice pieces to be)
Instructions
  1. Crush biscuits until they resemble a fine crumb (a few chunks is fine!).
  2. Place biscuit crumbs into a bowl.
  3. Melt butter, hazelnut chocolate and condensed milk in a saucepan over low heat, mixing continuously.
  4. Pour the melted butter mixture onto the biscuit crumbs and stir until well combined.
  5. Press down into a 20X30cm lined slice tin.
  6. Place in fridge.
  7. Melt dark chocolate and butter in a small saucepan (or the microwave).
  8. Pour over slice and swirl with a knife to get a lovely effect.
  9. Quickly place the Ferrero Rocher balls in straight lines on top of the melted chocolate.
  10. Place in fridge for at least 3 hours (overnight is best).
  11. Take the slice out of the fridge and leave for 10 minutes before cutting (this will help to prevent the chocolate from cracking).
  12. Cut the slice into squares leaving one Ferrero Rocher ball on each slice.
  13. Store in the fridge in an airtight container for up to a week.

 

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Comments

  1. says

    Printing! This is SO what I am going to make for the cake stall at the school open day in May – a winner, I am sure. But how many of the FRochers will I eat as I make them, worrying though. Many thanks from me and the whole school community!

    • Bake Play Smile says

      Oh thank you Seana – I’m sure everyone will love it! Just make sure you save some for yourself xx

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