How to make it

  • Crush the biscuits.
  • Place egg, cocoa, sugar and butter into a saucepan and stir over a low heat until thoroughly hot - DO NOT BOIL.
  • Stir in crushed biscuits, vanilla essence, nuts and fruit*
  • Press quickly into a shallow, greased tin.
  • Refrigerate until set.
  • * at this point of the recipe you can substitute the nuts and fruit for whatever suits your tastebuds. It's nice with chopped marshmallows and nuts - a bit like rocky road.

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  • geranium 5 years ago
    This looks good, now that I know what a sweet biscuit is!
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  • gingalee 5 years ago
    Mmmm my nana made these too.Just talking bout these today.Must be a sign that I should make.Cheers
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  • mamanui 6 years ago
    I have had a few queries about the "sweet biscuits" for the fudge slice. It gets a little confusing with the international variations. Here in NZ we have biscuits called Super Wines, They are basically a firm, dry, vanilla flavoured cookie like you would use for a plain cheesecake crumb base.
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  • mamanui 6 years ago
    The sweet biscuits are a plain, vanilla cookie.
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  • achope246 6 years ago
    I'm also confused about the sweet biscuits...
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  • zena824 7 years ago
    This sounds good..
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  • krumkake 7 years ago
    Would "sweet biscuits" be like our vanilla wafers, a thin crisp cookie??
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