Chocolate Covered Malt Ball Fudge Slice

Total Time
Prep 15 mins
Cook 30 mins

The beautiful Anna, a barmaid at work, brought these in to share, and everyone demanded the recipe. We call the chocolate covered malt balls Maltesers, but the 'zaar computer didn't know that name. A tin about 10 X 8 inches that you would use to bake a bar or slice is perfect for this. I have found a 9X9 inch cake pan works OK too.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Preheat the oven to 180°C.
  2. Coat a lamington tin with cooking spray.
  3. Sift the flour and cocoa powder into a large bowl.
  4. Stir in the chocolate covered malt balls (Maltesers).
  5. Combine the eggs, sugar, oil and yogurt and fold into the flour mixture.
  6. Spread into the prepared tin and bake for 30 minutes or until firm to touch.
  7. Cool in the pan.
  8. Cut into 16 pieces.
  9. Dust with icing sugar or cocoa.
Most Helpful

Jan and Anna the DS's music recreation group love you. This went to the top of their list of favourites. I made 2 in 9"x9" (23cmx23cm) cake tins and cooked in a fan forced oven at 175c for 25 minutes (could do with turning down to 170). I used a creamy vanilla yoghurt not low-fat. I dusted 1 with icing sugar and the other with cocoa powder. Thanks once again Jan and Anna. Made for Edition 4 - Make My Recipe - a game of tag.

I'mPat June 03, 2008

I was so anxious to try these after reading all the rave reviews. However only giving 3 stars because they seemed to get better after a few days. Not a fan of their texture, the malt flavor was lost. Would rather eat the malted milk balls solo.

montemarg December 09, 2007

My son needed a recipe too make for a class project at his school and he picked this one out. It was quick and simple enough for he and his "buddy" too make - the only complaint was that there wasn't enough for seconds lol thanks for sharing a quick, delicious recipe - Tanika, Qld

Tanika Amaranth March 01, 2007