Malted Chocolate Crunch Recipe.
- 8oz ~ 225g digestive biscuits magimixed or bashed in a plastic bag with a rolling pin
- 4oz ~ 100g Butter
- 3 Large Tablespoons of Golden Syrup
- 2oz ~ 50g Ovaltine
- 6-8oz or 175-225g Cooking chocolate
- Line a small swiss roll tin with cling film
- Melt butter and syrup, then add ovaltine and biscuits
- Pour into tin and flatten
- Melt cooking chocolate in bowl over boiling water or microwave
- Spread chocolate evenly over mixture, I like to sprinkle choc chips and white chocolate mice on the top of mine.
- Allow to cool
- Pull out crunch, take off cling film and cut into squares.
- 150g / 6oz Plain Chocolate
- 40ml / 2 tablespoons Brandy (Adult version) or fruit squash (Kids Version)
- 50g / 1 1/2 oz Butter
- 60g / 2 oz Icing Sugar
- 50g / 2 oz ground almonds
- 16 small sweet paper cases
- Break up two thirds of the chocolate into a bowl and place this over a pan of hot water.
- Add the brandy and leave to melt
- Take off the heat and stir in the butter, which should not be too hard.
- Mix in the sieved icing sugar and the almonds s that it is well blended.
- Leave to cool place until the mixture is firm enough to handle.
- Divide into about 16 even-sized pieces and roll into balls.
- Grate the remaining chocolate, place on a piece of greaseproof paper and roll the truffles in it.
- Pop each one into a paper case.
Recipe courtesy of :
“The Cadbury Chocolate Cookbook” by Patricia Dunbar ISBN 0 600 32018 9
- 50g butter
- 4 tbsp golden syrup
- 100g Cote d’Or Noir Framboise smooth rich dark cholocate with raspberries
- 75g cornflakes
1. Gently melt the butter, syrup and chocolate in a small, heavy pan. Stir in the cornflakes.
2. Place large spoonfuls of the mixture on a buttered baking sheet and leave to set in the refrigerator.
Hmm…. I wonder who indeed!
I was sitting watching a spot of telly and could hear something rustle but couldnt pinpoint where from… so I got up and went to investigate…
Now I have no idea exactly how she managed to fly under the radar, but she did, in the kitchen I found my Irish Setter Naimh, in her bed, slowly and methodically making her way into my last thorntons champagne truffle that I got for my birthday…