Choc, Walnut and Oat Slice

Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 20 mins

Adapted from a Cadbury promotion recipe page in a magazine - any nuts can be substituted.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Heat oven 180°C.
  2. Grease and line pan - 20cm x 30 cm.
  3. Melt butter, sugar and honey in pot.
  4. Stir gently till sugar dissolves.
  5. Stir in oats, flour and nuts.
  6. Cool mixture.
  7. Add choc chips.
  8. Press mixture into pan.
  9. Bake 20 minutes.


Most Helpful

Thanks for the recipe. I make these a couple of times a month for my kids' snacks. I put macadamia nuts and semi-sweet chocolate. Today I added coconut shreds for my son. Thanks so much!

waialealenui January 06, 2013

OMG these are very good! Much better than store-bought muesli bars! Definitely chocolaty and crunchy! I added pinch of cinnamon. They disappeared so fast that I didn't have a chance to take some photo! I had only one little square! Guess I have to make them again and hide them Katew. I even doubled the recipe as I want them bit taller for size of pan stated in recipe (20cmx30cm). I would recommend for single recipe to use smaller pan like size 8'x8' Thank you Katew for excellent recipe!

Hanka March 02, 2012

WOW and double WOW!
O.M.G. we just adored these slices, talk about disappear before your eyes! Three times in fact I have made these now and they are just stupendous!
So very, very, easy to make and just so yummy! The first time I made a mistake and stirred in the choc chips before letting the mix cool...............No problems, they tasted wonderful!
Learning from my mistake the next two batches were made exactly as written in fact were made with these beauties and these were still brilliant, what more could anyone ask for?
I know in this family that when the last of anything is being argued over as to who has had more than others.......then it really has to be good! Three times made and 3 arguments as to who ate how many........ Says it all! ;-)

Tisme July 22, 2010

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