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Chocolate Crunch




This really is too good!  So simple to make and yet so delicious. It is not something the doctor would recommend on a regular basis due to the extreme amounts of everything bad for you but occasionally you just have to go with it.  

Most people have their own version of this and it can be called all sorts of different things; chocolate crunch, fridge cake, polish cake, add some marshmallows and you have my version of rocky road.

We call it delicious.

Ingredients

2 pkt  chocolate digestives or I use chocolate covered oaties
8oz butter
6 dessert spoons of drinking chocolate
2 tablespoons Golden Syrup
large handful or two of sultanas





Melt the butter in  a pan over a low heat until all melted.







Take off the heat and add the chocolate and syrup.








Crush the biscuits into smallish pieces but not crumbs and stir them into the butter mix, followed by the sultanas.




Spread out onto a piece of greaseproof paper into a large dish.  I only use the paper to make it easier to lift out and cut into portions.  Score the portion sizes before it goes into the fridge and becomes too solid.






The longer you can leave it in the fridge the better, so overnight at the very least.



Remove fronm the fridge and re-cut the portions.

Serve as a treat at tea-time, or add cream for a truly sensational pudding.  This is not a treat to be left lying around as it seems to disappear into thin air in our house if left anywhere visible.

Let me know your version of this or how you might make it different.


enjoy



Tiggy 


Find out what I am up to through my other blog at Tiggy Hayes




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Comments on: "Chocolate Crunch" (2)

  1. Yummy with the marshmallows – nice touch. It's quite nice with a layer of melted chocolate over the top too. Don't think about the calories.

  2. Thanks Fifismum; both the marshmallows and melted chocolate are delicious additions, hope your hungry mouths enjoyed it as much as mine.

    Sometimes you do just have to put the calory counting aside and enjoy the odd treat.

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