• Makes 16
  • 15 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 8 Ingredients
  • Love


This Weetbix Slice is a healthy no-bake slice option.

We think Weetbix Slice Recipes belong in the ‘All time Aussie’ list! Up there with Lamingtons, Pavlova and Vegemite, Weetbix have been around for years.

In fact, Weetbix became a regular part of the Australian breakfast routine in the 1920s – with the first deliveries to grocers being made by horse and cart. You’ll probably remember about 15 years ago, Weetbix brought back the original Weetbix pack that claimed “The Ideal Breakfast Food”, “Made in a Minute” and “The Healthy Biscuit”. The product was introduced as a budget-friendly breakfast solution… which was a good thing considering 1929 marked the start of The Great Depression in Australia.

Today Australians are obviously all still munching on Weetbix for breakfast, but the humble biscuit has gone way beyond just adding milk.  There are now hundreds of Weetbix Slice recipes everywhere!

We love that MoM Member Mrs A’s Weetbix Slice recipe is a no-bake option. Perfect for a quick snack and also perfect if you want to let the kids whip up their own batch of Weetbix Slice.

Here’s what Mrs A said when she shared her Weetbix Slice Recipe:

“Full of the goodness of Weetbix with a little bit of sweet to make it a special treat”

Thanks Mrs A! We love all your recipes!

If you like using Weetbix in your recipes, here’s a few others you might like to try:

Have you ever made a Weetbix Slice?  We can’t wait for you to try this MoM Member’s recipe. It’s quick, easy and no-bake.

If you do whip up this recipe, we’d love you to come back and let us know how it turned out in the comments below.

Here’s some other slice recipes you might like to check out, too:

Ingredients (makes 16 Squares)

  • 5 Weetbix
  • 1 Cup Pitted Dates
  • 1/2 Cup Sunflower Seeds
  • 1/2 Cup Desiccated Coconut
  • 4 Tbsp Cocoa
  • 2 Tbsp Honey
  • 2 Tbsp Water
  • 50g Dark Chocolate, Melted


  1. Place all ingredients, except dark chocolate, in a food processor. Blitz until it all comes together.
  2. Line a slice or loaf tin with baking paper.
  3. Press mixture into the tin. Top with melted chocolate.
  4. Refrigerate for 2 hours. Slice and enjoy.

Notes... I love this Weetbix Slice as a healthier slice option when I am craving something sweet and delicious.
Have you ever made a Weetbix Slice?  We can't wait for you to try this MoM Member's recipe.  And so quick, easy and no bake. If you do whip up this recipe, we'd love you to come back and let us know how it turned out in the comments below. Here's some other slice recipes you might like to check out too: Caramel Hedgehog Slice Oreo Cheesecake Slice Easy Sultana Slice Cake Raw Caramel Slice
  • No bake is what I love the slice looks so delicious


  • This sounds delicious! I love the healthier alternative plus the addition of dark chocolate


  • This looks like a different variation to the chocolate weetbix slice I used to make. Mind didn’t have dates or seeds but this recipe sounds quite good.


  • Oh yum! I love Weetbix slices!


  • Thank you, such a nice recipe.


  • Wow this seems like a very healthy alternative to all the sugary ones available


  • Looks really good and great to do in the coming weeks.


  • I’ve always wanted to make a ls,ice with Weetbix.


  • I love this- it looks and sounds amazing! Who ever thought dessert could be healthy!


  • Such a delicious looking recipe


  • This looks amazing, what a great recipe. I think I might have to make this up, it would be so good to have when I am having a sweet craving at home.


  • I thought this would be similar to a Weetbix slice I had as a kid, but it’s not. I’m so making this today!


  • perfect as weetbix is always in our house and pretty much all the other ingredients. love that it doesn’t have nut products too so the kids can take it to school. could add chia for a bit more added nutrients.


  • Weetbix is a Sanitarium Health Foods product name. I hope nobody is charged for using the name illegal. Several years ago a recipe was printed on their boxes. This is a variation. Some of the ingredients are the same, others are different. The mixture you can use Milo (powder or Chocolate Quik (powder) instead of Cocoa Powder

    • I’ve never seen their recipe but they are welcome to contact me if there is an issue with my recipe. I would think they would be happy with their product being used in the recipe because it encourages people to buy it. I doubt there is any company that is against more publicity for their product.


  • Haven’t tried this recipe,it looks good, thanks!


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