I thought I’d share tonight’s dinner with you; well, not dinner exactly (we’re rebelling) we skipped it and headed straight for dessert. It was lovingly made by Dr Doolittle (for those of you who don’t know why I now call him Dr Doolittle in my blog…. He talks to the animals).
He made deliciously rich chocolate brownies with Dime bars (crunchy almondy caramel chocolate covered bars that have been rebranded as Daim) dark chocolate and marshmallows.
If I liked it, he said I could have it again next week for my birthday…..
He always said he couldn’t bake.
He lied! It was scrumptious….
I’ve been a bit preoccupied over the last few weeks, I haven’t been posting very much.
So after sharing Mum’s suprise birthday, I thought I’d share the second cake I made her with everyone joining Angie over at fiesta friday. This is the most difficult cake that I have ever made, NOT! The hardest part is letting it harden in the fridge without eating it!
3tbs golden syrup
100g digestive biscuits
120g (1 pack) maltesers
Chuck the butter, chocolate and golden syrup in a heavy based pan and melt!.
Bash the hell out of the biscuits and place in a large bowl. Add the maltesers and marshmallows (STOP EATING THEM).
Scoop out 125ml of melted chocolate mixture and set aside.
Pour the remaining chocolate over the biscuit mix and stir in.
Tip the mix into a clingfilmed square tin (24cm), flattening into place.
Pour the 125ml of chocolate mix onto the top.
Finish off with sprinkles and refrigerate….. It won’t last long in there!