Choc Chip Cookie Dough slice

I can't believe it. I made the above slice yesterday so that I could take a photo of it & this is all that is left. We had some visitors yesterday so it wasn't all eaten by my family but I had hoped that the slice would last a couple of days. Although I shouldn't be surprised, the first batch I made dissapeared as quickly. 

This is a great no bake slice.


225 g Bakers' Magic Gluten free flour

1/2 tsp Salt

125 g Brown sugar

50 g Honey

150 g Butter

15 g Vanilla extract

50 g Water

100 g White chocolate chips

150 g Milk chocolate chips

100 g Dark chocolate chips



Line a slice tray with baking paper.

On stove top

Put the honey, sugar, water, vanilla, salt & butter into a saucepan over medium low heat.

When the mix starts to boil add in the Bakers' Magic Gluten free flour & stir vigorously until it comes away from the side of the pan.

Take off heat & allow to cool for ~15 mins.


Put the honey, sugar, water, vanilla, salt & butter into the TM bowl. Mix at 100 C speed 4 for 3.5 mins.

Add in the Bakers' Magic Gluten free flour & mix at 80 C for 2.5 mins speed 4.

Transfer to a mixing bowl & allow to cool for ~15 mins. I have left the dough in the TM bowl & mixed the chocolate chips in using the thermomix but I think you have more solid bits of chocolate if you mix them in by hand.


Mix together the chocolate chips, set aside 150 g for the top of the slice.

Stir the slice dough every now & then to help cool it down. 

Mix in 200 g of the chocolate chips when the slice is warm but not hot. The chocolate chips will melt if the slice dough is above 40 C.

Pour slice mix into the tray & top with the remaining chocolate chips.

If you are in a hurry put the slice in the freezer for ~30 mins & then transfer to the fridge. Alternatively put the slice into the fridge for ~2 hours prior to serving.

Store in the fridge.

Simply enjoy!