Caramel shortbread

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Caramel Slice
Millionaire's shortbread.jpg
Alternative names Caramel shortcake, Caramel squares, Caramel slice, Millionaires' shortbread, Millionaires' slice
Type Biscuit
Place of origin Scotland, United Kingdom
Region or state Cumbernauld
Created by Stuart Brown
Main ingredients Shortbread, caramel, milk chocolate
Cookbook: Caramel Slice  Media: Caramel Slice

Caramel shortbread, also known as caramel shortcake, caramel squares, caramel slice, millionaires' shortbread, and millionaires' slice, is a biscuit confectionery item composed of a rectangular shortbread biscuit base topped with a very soft caramel filling and a milk chocolate topping.[1]

Some of the first known recipes and references are in Australian journals and cookbooks from the 1970s,[2] most notably in The Australian Women's Weekly.[3]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Millionaires' shortbread
  2. ^ History of Caramel Squares. "Foods of England". Retrieved 24 February 2013. 
  3. ^ "The Australian Women's Weekly". Retrieved 24 February 2013.