Blind Freddy’s Lemon Slice

29th August 2016

There are a few things in this life I simply cannot say no to.
One of those is lemon slice.
So much sweet, lemony goodness in one little bite sized package!

I have never been much of a cake person.
Even for birthdays – I’ve been known to have ice-cream cake, lemon slice, or even coffee scrolls rather than a regular birthday cake.

I’ve tasted many a lemon slice in my time. Have tried quite a few different recipes – using different biscuits, trying different icings, but this one is my ultimate fave! I’ve tweaked a few different recipes and combined my favourite elements and this is the best of the best!

If there is one thing you need to do this week – it’s make this lemon slice.
So simple – even blind Freddy could whip it up.


1 Packet of Marie/Arrowroot Biscuits
1 cup desiccated coconut
Grated lemon rind of 2 small lemons
1/2 can condensed milk
125g butter

2 cups icing sugar
20g softened butter
2tbsp lemon juice

– Grease and line slice tin.
– Crush biscuits and place into bowl. Mix in coconut and lemon rind.
– Melt butter and condensed milk on stove top, stirring for a few minutes until fully combined and smooth.
– Add butter mixture to dry ingredients and mix in well.
– Transfer mixture into prepared slice tin and press in well.
Refrigerate for 30 minutes.
– Sift icing sugar into a bowl, add butter and lemon juice and beat thoroughly with a wooden spoon.
– Spread icing over slice. Sprinkle with a little extra lemon rind and coconut and pop in fridge for another 30 minutes.

Bob’s your uncle!!


And always remember, when life gives you lemons – make lemon slice whilst sipping on a gin and tonic! Happy days….

-C x

One thought on “Blind Freddy’s Lemon Slice

  1. Kat

    Definitely the best slice ever! Thanks for the recipe- will be sure to try out your recipe next time someone brings in lemons (I haven’t lived anywhere long enough for my lemon tree to grow lemons!).


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