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"This is such an easy recipe for a dessert novice like myself and it tastes so good as the maltesers melt through the slice but still maintain their crunchiness. I used extra maltesers and a bit less sugar, I also cooked it at 175 degrees in a fan forced oven for 25 minutes. I dusted it with cocoa powder at the end. This yummy slice really is a no b..."
Sep 11, 2011 on Food.com
I'm looking for a malteser cake recipe that used to be on recipezaar. I thought an Aussie posted it. I remember it had no butter or flour but it had cocoa, vanilla yoghurt, maltesers and i think an egg.
I've tried recipe sifter but can't find it, if anyone knows what it's called so i can search for it I would really appreciate it...."
Sep 6, 2011 on Food.com
As I am premium membership challenged, I am unable to thank you personally if you review one of my recipes, so I would like to thank you here :)
I will also reciprocate and cook one of your dishes in appreciation.
I'm passionate about animal welfare and I sponsor an orangutan in Borneo, they are critically endangered and are tragically disappearing fast, we share 97% of the same DNA with these guys and they have the intelligence of a 6 year old child, I'd sure hate to see them become extinct within a decade because of the constant land clearing of their tree homes to make way for more unecessary palm oil plantations which is the biggest threat to the orangutan and the sumatran tiger.
Unfortunately Palm oil is found in 1 in 10 food products - including bread, crisps, chocolate, detergents and lipsticks, so please read the ingredients and I urge everyone not to buy it if it has Palm oil in it.
Palm oil is usually hidden under the label of VEGETABLE OIL, making it impossible for shoppers to make eco conscious purchase decisions. There is also inadequate labeling to ascertain where the palm oil came from. For more info please visit. www.orangutan.org.au
**Please click on the animal rescue website on the right, your click will feed a shelter animal for free.