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  • Vegetarian Vegetarian
  • Dairy Free Dairy Free
  • Low Fat Low Fat
  • Low GI Low GI
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  • No Gluten No Gluten
  • Source of Calcium Source of Calcium
  • Source of Fibre Source of Fibre

Vita Brits Slice

Vita Brits Slice

Recipe Ingredients

(Makes 16)

  • 6 (100g) UNCLE TOBYS Vita Brits, crushed
  • 3/4 cup (60g) desiccated coconut
  • 1/2 cup (110g) brown sugar
  • 3/4 cup (140g) NESTLÉ Milk CHOC BITS
  • 1 egg, beaten
  • 75g butter, melted

How to make

1. Preheat oven to 180°C/160°C fan forced. Grease and line a 28cm x 18cm lamington pan.

2. In a large bowl combine UNCLE TOBYS Vita Brits, coconut, sugar, NESTLÉ Milk CHOC BITS, egg and butter; mix well. Pour into prepared pan; press down firmly with a metal spoon; bake for 15 minutes or until golden. Cool in pan; cut into 16 serving pieces.

Preparation time:
15 minutes

Cooking time:
15 minutes

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20ml 1 tbsp
60ml ¼ cup
80ml 1/3 cup
125ml ½ cup
250ml 1 cup
1 litre 4 cups

Oven Temperatures

Celcius °C Fahrenheit °F Gas Mark
Very slow 120°C 250°F 1/2
Slow 150°C 300°F 2
Mod. Slow 160°C 315°F 3
Moderate 180°C 350°F 4
Mod. Hot 190°C 375°F 5-6
Hot 210°C 415°F 6-7
Very Hot 230°C 450°F 8-9

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30 g = 1 oz
250 g = ½ lb
500 g = 1 lb

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2.5 mm = 1/8 inch
5 mm = ¼ inch
1 cm = ½ inch
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Everyday Equivalents

Butter and Sugar
1 tsp = 5g
1 tbsp = 15g (in New Zealand)
 = 20 g (in Australia)
2 tsp = 5g
2 tbsp = 15g (in New Zealand)
 = 20 g (in Australia)


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Nutritional table

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Vita Brits Slice

Average Quantity
per Serving
per 100g
Energy (Kj)655.51962.5
Weight (g)33.4100
Protein TOTAL (g)1.945.8
Fat TOTAL (g)9.327.8
- Saturated fats (g)4.714.0
Carbohydrates TOTAL (g)15.947.6
- Sugars (g)1235.9
Sodium (mg)76.35228.5
Dietary Fibre (g)1.33.8