Good Morning everyone!
We’re in a holiday kinda mood here, so I’d like to share a new chocolate recipe. Backtracking a bit…I LOVE coffee. I can’t get enough coffee. When I go to a coffee shop I get coffee with more coffee in it. And a coffee chaser. Yep. Double shot latte and an espresso to go. I’m also partial to cake and chocolate, and most coffee shops have a chocolate nibble offering or six. My current favourite comes in the shape of caramel crispy bars from Costa, so like any good citizen I have made my own take on the recipe, and I’m going to share it here, because I’m nice like that.
It’s a chocolatey, biscuity, caramelly, crunchy mess. YOU’RE WELCOME. Also, you should probably only eat one, just sayin’.
Get these things:
250g Dark Chocolate (the bars don’t care if it’s cheap or Green & Blacks, it’s all good)
2 Tablespoons golden syrup
250g digestive biscuits
About a cup of rice crispies
2 caramel chocolate bars
200g (ish) milk chocolate
A well greased square baking tin, or two loaf tins, or whatever you have
A space in the fridge
Do these things:
Melt the chocolate, butter and golden syrup together in a mixing bowl. Yo can do this over a pan of simmering water, or in a microwave if you like living on the edge.
Bash up the biscuits into fairly large chunks and add to the melted goo created above, then pour in the crispies and mix the whole lot GENTLY. You want crispy crispies, not dust.
Pour into the greased receptacle, and flatten down a bit, trying to make it even.
Break the caramel bar into chunks, and stud the delicious looking chocolate mess.
Melt the milk chocolate and drizzle over the top, sealing the caramel chunks well and truly in.
Leave to set in the fridge overnight and turn out in the morning. Cut into squares using a HOT knife, and enjoy. I originally cut mine into nine squares, and Mr said I was ridiculous, so now we have eighteen fingers, which is probably better? Will I eat fewer? NOPE.
SO good. Enjoy your thoroughly British treat! (FYI for my American friends, I believe light corn syrup is an acceptable substitute for golden syrup, and you guys call digestives Graham Crackers for some reason. Language, HA!)