Copha: The Secret Ingredient for Incredible No-Bake Slices

Copha, a beloved ingredient in Australian kitchens for generations, is the secret to creating incredible no-bake slices. Known for its unique qualities, Copha keeps your cakes, slices, and crackles firm at room temperature without melting, making it an essential ingredient for these delightful treats.


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No-bake slices made with Copha

Perfect for any gathering, these no-bake slices are ideal for high-tea on Mother's Day, coffee catch-ups, food gifts, or as an after-dinner treat just to spoil yourself. Here are some fantastic recipes featuring Copha as the star ingredient:
1. Coconut Crackle Slice
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This delightful creamy cheesecake style slice combines the crunch of white chocolate crackles with the tropical flavour of toasted coconut and a dreamy passionfruit tang. It's a nostalgic treat that's easy to make and perfect for sharing.
2. Peanut Crackle Bars
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Rich and nutty, these bars are a hit as a treat or at any gathering. The combination of salty peanuts and the puff caramel base creates a deliciously crunchy texture that's hard to resist. This is where Copha is great, as it holds longer in warmer room tempreatures without melting. 
3. Choc-Caramel Slice
Play Video: No-Bake Choc-Caramel Slice
A decadent base filling made with dates, oats and coconut is smothered in a sugar-free caramel filling made with more dates, cashews and peanut butter.  The dark chocolate layer tops everything off perfectly.  Using Copha in this recipe not only binds everything together with ease, but it doesn't melt easily so your treats stay in form for longer. 
4. Lemon Coconut Slice
Refreshing lemon, coconut, Milk Coffee Biscuits, sweetened condensed milk and sour cream are just a few of the ingredients that come together to make this easy, esqusite no-bake slice. Copha binds everything together, creating a creamy, zesty treat that's perfect for a party or with a cup of tea.
5. Gluten-Free Chocolate Crackle Slice
For those avoiding gluten, this slice offers the same nostalgic choolate crackle crunch with a gluten-free twist. It's a delicious way to include everyone in the enjoyment.
6. Layered Chocolate Crackle Slice
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Multiple layers of chocolate crackle goodness make this slice a visual and nostalgic delight.  Copha ensures each layer holds together beautifully so it's an ideal slice when you're brining dessert or works as a food gift too. 
7. Caramilk Cheesecake Slice
Play Video: Caramilk Cheesecake Crackle Slice
One for Caramilk chocolate lovers!  This incredible no-bake, creamy vanilla cheesecake filling sits on top of a slab of Caramilk chocolate crackles and is made even more drool-worthy with dollops of caramel spread swirled throughout. An easy, impressive cheesecake made for sharing.
Tips for Storing and Freezing No-Bake Slices
To make these no-bake slices even more convenient, always check the recipes here are some tips on how to store and freeze them:
  • Pantry: Slices will generally store in an airtight container at room temperature for up to a week. Copha's stability ensures they won't melt and will stay firm.
  • Freezing: For longer storage, freeze your slices in an airtight container or freezer bag. Separate pieces or layers with baking paper to prevent sticking. Thaw at room temperature before serving for the best texture and flavour.
With these tips, you'll always have delicious treats on hand for when unexpected guests drop by.
Copha has been a popular ingredient used to make chocolate crackles for generations, and its versatility extends to a variety of no-bake slices. Its ability to hold slices and crackles at room temperature without melting makes it indispensable in the kitchen. So next time you're planning a gathering or just craving a sweet treat, remember Copha is your secret ingredient for creating incredible no-bake slices, cheeecakes and more! Enjoy the nostalgia and share the love with these delicious recipes!
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