• 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 7 Ingredients


Quick and easy slice which is great for childrens parties.
No baking required.


  • 185g Butter
  • 225g Crushed marie biscuits
  • 400g Sweetened condensed milk
  • 2 lemons
  • 2tsp Gelatine
  • 1 packet green Jelly
  • 1 packet red lolly frogs


  1. For the base- mix crushed biscuits and melted butter, then press into base of a 25 x 15cm slice tin.
  2. Lemon layer- Dissolve gelatine in 3/4 cup of boiling water. Blend condensed milk with juice of two lemons and the gelatine mix. Then spread the mix over biscuit base and leave to set.
  3. Jelly Layer- Make up jelly according to directions on packet and allow to cool. Pour over slice then drop red jelly frogs in and chill in fridge until set, Then cut into small squares to serve.


A very special recipe handed down to me by my now 92 year old Nan. I just added a modern twist with the frogs. For a firmer jelly pond, just use less water when making up the jelly.

  • I like all components of the slice and adding this to my recipe folder. Thanks.


  • A huge hit with the little ones,thanks so much!


  • I personally am not a fan but boy my kiddies are!!!


  • lol … I will have to do this to our next jelly slice


  • These look delicious! Thanks for sharing!


  • Thanks for sharing this yummy looking recipe; love the twist; looks good.

    • Came back to this clever recipe – the frogs are a hit.


  • thanks for posting this for the mums


  • this is worth the effort because your children will love it


  • A delicious and tasty treat thanks


  • Great idea, I will give these a go over the school holidays. I have a few girls coming over. We could make theses to take home to Mum and Dad.


  • Oh so love this ..perfect for little misses 2 birthday and a couple of weeks. May use blue jelly though and green frogs. Thanks so much.


  • these look so great, kids would love this, and adults too haha


  • This would be a hit with my son! He’d love these!


  • What a great idea my kids will have fun making these.


  • I’m going to try this. Great idea. :-)


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