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Hey everyone. Im a young man from New Zealand and have been brought up on Lolly Cake. My advice is try it. Its so nice and so simple to make. Peace be with you all.
Just made this and it is absolutely beautiful so easy to make - well worth trying
The best sweet thing ever...Maybe only saying that because we had it all the time when we were kids... :) :)
I absolutley luuuurve lolly cake and was brought up on by my mum who used to eat it 24/7. She is so big now because she just couldn't stop herself so be careful. Happy eating :)
YUM! My fave kiwi treat! I made this lolly cake in the UK. I bought malt biscuts and eskimo lollies from the NZ shop. Came out looking and tasting just like shop bought cake...mmmm so excited! Craved all through my pregnancy, now I have 9 days left. Better make the most of it :)
Hi! I thought I'd throw in my 2 cents (or, ok, there are no "pennies" in NZ so maybe I'll throw in my 5 cents worth ;)). My husband is a kiwi and left NZ to marry me and move to the USA where we now live with our 2 sons. He made such a sacrifice to marry me that every chance I get I try to make something "kiwi" for him so he doesn't get homesick. I've had to adjust this recipe a bit (only for USA amount/ingredient conversions). Fruit puffs are multicolored and are sorta like marshmallows. I haven't been able to find anything like malt biscuits in the grocery shop but I did manange to find a store in the SF Bay Area (CA, USA) that sells kiwi foods so we pick up the malt biscuits there. You might want to try graham crackers, I haven't tried it but they might be similar. If you want details to the shop email me at email@example.com. Here is the way I made the lolly cake...and my kiwi hubby put his stamp of approval on it. Enjoy...they are YUMMY! :) The above recipe is perfect, if you need a USA Conversion version of the Lolly Cake, here it is: 7 TBSP butter, melted 1 pkt malt biscuits, crushed 1/2 c sweetened condensed milk 2.5 c mini marshmallows finely chopped coconut Mix together butter, biscuits, condensed milk and marshmallows. Sprinkle coconut onto wax paper, shape dough into a log and roll in coconut. Fold wax paper aroung log and refrigerate until firm (a couple hours usually) and then slice into rounds. Have a nice day! Tiffany :) ~~~
tried this at a kiwi relative's home last month, its very delicious. Just have to find eskimo lollies at the IGA so I can make some.
I too live on the Goldcoast Australia and make what we call "unicorn logs" every year for Christmas and looooove them. I use Woolies home brand fruit sticks and Malt-a-milk Biscuits. but be aware the unicorn logs are very very morish. Diane. Happy Christmas to all.
Very easy recipe and worked so well! Delicious! I made double the recipe though, but only half the amount of eskimos! Worked awesomely. Thanks for the recipe! ;D
Really, really quick but sickly sweet.. I'm going to make it next time with unsweetened condensed milk as I reckon this will improve it a lot.. kids love it due to bright colours (and huge sugar rush)