No Bake Hedgehog Slice (Thermomix Method Included)

 Hedgehog Slice

Recipe of the Month – No Bake Hedgehog Slice.

It’s that time of the month where I tell you about another amazing blogger and their recipes in “RECIPE OF THE MONTH.” There are so many amazing recipes out there in blogging land, that it just has to be done. Where possible, I will convert to a Thermomix recipe and post it as well!  Sometimes they won’t be from the month that the blogger has posted (as I have a back log) but they will still be other bloggers recipes, then you can see what other bloggers are producing as well. It gives us both a chance to see what is going on in the blogging community!

I have been going through past blogs of some of my favourite bloggers and I came across this little beauty in my wonderful friend Charlie’s blog, HOTLY SPICED. A food blog with a twist and a turn. 🙂 

I knew Charlie when I lived in Sydney, before I even knew blogs existed and before she even had a blog! I performed in a few productions with her husband as a part of the church we both attended, and she has been instrumental in helping me get started with my food blog! I can’t thank her enough for all her help and support, she has been selfless, generous and lovely! 🙂

Charlie shares her favourite foods, (she is an amazing cook) foodie events, (the making of the Titanic Cake was epic) but most importantly, Charlie shares with us the wonderfully, seemingly always dramatic lives of her family, Alfie, Arabella, Archie, oh and of course Carl her partner in crime. There are so many times that I have really laughed out loud at the adventures she gets herself into. This recipe is titled No Bake easy hedgehog slice and night runs! So please do check out the fantastic story that goes along with the simple, easy and delicious slice. I have included a Thermomix version below if you are that way inclined but please visit HOTLY SPICED and check out this no hassle recipe!



This recipe was made in the TM5 and can be made exactly the same way in the TM31.

The ingredients are made for my large 25 – 35cm slice tin approximately 1 1/2 times the original ingredients.



600g Dark Chocolate (broken up)

250g Unsalted Butter

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

1 1/2 cup Icing Sugar (pre milled)

2 eggs

120g chopped walnuts

350g of Arrowroot biscuits (or other plain biscuits) broken into bits (it is about 1 1/2 packets)

The original recipe calls for 2/3 cup of raisins… Im not a fan of raisins and chocolate, so I omitted them, please feel free to add them in if you are that way inclined!


400g dark chocolate (broken up)

I used a block (200g) of milk chocolate and 200g dark) A little bit naught but its chocolate 🙂

70g unsalted butter

Method – Slice

1. Place chocolate, butter, sugar and vanilla  into mixing bowl and melt 7 minutes/50 degrees/speed 2.

Hedgehog Slice

2. Add egg and mix 10 seconds/speed 4.

Hedgehog Slice

I know it looks full but it’s not mixed together yet! 🙂

3. All all other ingredients and mix 20 seconds/speed 5, you will need to use the spatula to help the mixture go around… but remember it won’t be all completely combined.

Hedgehog Slice

You could just pour the chocolate mixture into a bowl and fold in the walnuts and biscuits, but I couldn’t be bother dirtying another dish! 🙂

4. Press into a container using a metal spatula or the back of a spoon to spread evenly and place in the fridge.

Hedgehog Slice

You can see the big chunks of biscuit… but when you cut it, you cut through them and have yummy chunks in your slice!

Method – Topping

1. Place topping chocolate and butter into mixing bowl and melt 5 minutes/50 degrees/speed 2.

Hedgehog Slice

See, the extra chocolate makes it all nice and neat 🙂

2. Pour all the mixture over the slice, smooth over with a spatula and allow to set for 3 – 4 hours in the fridge or overnight if you can wait that long and cut into small squares.

You will need to keep this slice in the fridge as it is mostly chocolate that at room temperature goes a little soft!

Don’t forget that this is 1 and 1/2 times the original recipe to fit in my large tin! After I had made it, I looked back over the ingredients and realised that there is 1kg of chocolate in this slice…. sooooooo, not really that cheap unless it’s on a super special, BUT you only need a little bit and you can cut it into over 50 pieces. That means not too much chocolate into every slice!

Hedgehog Slice

Mmmmmm Chocolate

I hope you enjoy this slice and don’t forget to click on the links above to have a look at Charlie’s Blog, you won’t regret it and will enjoy the laugh!!!!

When you drop in to look at my recipes, please leave a comment and let me know what you think! I love to hear from you… oh and if you have  a favourite recipe that you would like converted, please let me know!

Enjoy Responsibly!!

Liz xx

(did you notice what I did there?)



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Elizabeth Connolly
I have been cooking since I can remember. I am a Thermomix consultant, so now (whenever possible) try to give you Conventional AND Thermomix methods for the recipes. I like to share tips on how to save money and how making food from scratch isn't really that hard (especially with a Thermomix). If you have any questions about the Thermomix or cooking/food in general please email me as I'm happy to chat.
Liz xx
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  1. Anna @ shenANNAgans

    YES… All the yes for this amazing yummy! 🙂 Charlie is a legend, I enjoy her blog very much, its nice you knew each other before the blogging too.
    Think I have caught up now with your posts, sorry I was absent, life is zooming. 46 days until I set sail to Asia. Yay! I do hope you are well my friend. Happy hugs. xox

    • Elizabeth Connolly

      Oh My goodness… it has been Mother Hubbards overload for you 🙂 You are too funny Anna! All good, when your busy just drop in a say hi every now and again 🙂 no need to post on everything….! But I must admit I love hearing from you and look froward to your posts! You must be so excited to go traveling!!! YAY!! I will look forward to hearing about all your adventures… ENJOY IRRESPONSIBLY!!!! Liz xx

  2. Hotly Spiced

    Thanks so much for your kind words, Liz. That’s so lovely of you and I’m really touched. Yes, the good old days of the productions! Did anyone get any sleep? This is such a great slice. It’s so easy to do, so full of texture, it looks like it’s tricky but it’s really very basic. Great that there’s a thermomix version xx

    • Elizabeth Connolly

      Your so very Welcome Charlie! I don’t remember much about those days as I think I lived sleep deprived! melting chocolate and making ganache is one of my favourite things to do in the thermomix, because you set the temperature and don’t have to worry about it… so easy! I have been eating the slice non stop, so not oo good for my waist line 🙁 but ah well, you only live one! 🙂 Liz xx


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