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Baking up a storm

I don’t know about you but I LOVE 💕 to bake. Hate cooking but give me a bake tin anyday.

I have been super busy this week with work and usually my apprentice is at the oven baking up a storm but this week I decided to find my happy place again. I had a special function to bake for so out came the Apricot Slice recipe!!

Apricot Slice

125g of butter

3/4 cup of brown sugar

1/2 tin of condensed milk.

2 packs of plain biscuits (crushed)

1 cup of chopped apricots

1 block white chocolate.


Melt butter in pan with sugar and condensed milk. Add the crushed biscuits and apricots. Put into a slice tin, and pop in fridge for a couple of hours to set.

Once set, melt chocolate and pour over. Put in fridge to set. Cut into squares and serve!!

I usually double the mixture and keep some at home!! You get quite a bit out of it and it uses up the condensed milk!!

Yummy!! Doesn’t take long to make and is super delicious!! It’s one of the recipes I make for big functions!!

Will just leave that there for you!! Have a yummy day x

Rosie 🌹


Published by Rosie 🌹

Hey, I'm Rosie, originally from Scotland but live here in sunny NZ with my hubby and 2 kids. I am a lover of books, social media, music and sometimes fitness. I am also a full time primary teacher, full time mum, full time household manager and a full time wife. Life itself can actually be quite tough, challenging and sometimes throw a curve ball at us, but through all that we survive. My survival route is finding the positives in everything no matter how small or insignificant. My goal is to share the positives with whoever wants to listen. I can only tell you my story, its the only one I know so...... Welcome to Life's Rosie!!

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