This lolly cake is a Kiwi classic that is enjoyed by young and old!


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Ingredients (serves 12 | makes 1 Lolly cake log)

  • 250g Packet Malt Biscuits (crushed)
  • 1/2 can Nestle Condensed Milk
  • 100 grams Butter
  • 190 gram Packet Eskimo Lollies (Or fruit puffs as an alternative)
  • 3/4 cup Desiccated coconut (decoration)

Method

  1. Melt butter and condensed milk on a very low heat until combines. Remove from heat to cool down completely.
  2. Crush biscuits. Doesn't matter if there are lumps either, it just adds to the fun of it!
  3. Cut lollies into halves or thirds, and add to crushed biscuits.
  4. Once the condensed milk and butter mixture has cooled, pour over biscuit crumb and chopped lolly mixture.
  5. Using hands, mix all ingredients together until everything is coated and combined.
  6. Shape into a log/sausage shape and roll in desiccated coconut, ensuring it is completely coated in coconut - including the ends.
  7. Wrap in clingfilm and place in fridge for at least 2-3 hours, or even overnight! Remove from clingfilm and slice to preferred thickness and enjoy!

Notes... Can be served as individual balls, or set in a slice pan instead. It's completely versatile!

  • It looks soooooo good I need to try this when I’m not on a diet thanks!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  • I love these and they seem so simple to make. Can’t wait till my next burst of cooking energy

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  • This reminds me of the chocolate Clinkers!!

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  • This looks really yum

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  • I have always wanted to try this recipe. Thought it looks incredible. Thank you for sharing!

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  • The kids will love this.

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  • this looks like a good party food

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  • I haven;t seen eskimo lollies here – where about can you get them? I wonder if you could substitute liners too?

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  • nice little treat with coffee.

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  • lolly

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  • we love a lolly cake!

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  • this is so simple and sounds tasty… will definitely try

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  • I love lolly cake. Never made it with Eskimos though. Haven’t found anywhere in sydney that sell fruit puffs. Might have to stock up next time I am in nz.

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  • For all of you asking eskimo & fruit puffs are NZ lollies. They are a soft/medium lollie (like the texture of the banana lollies we have in Aus) so nice & easy to cut through when cutting your slice. I made this slice a few months ago for my daughters birthday & I used wine gums, jersey caramels, bananas.

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  • Now this is a colourful creation! Will have to make it with my son.

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