Malteser Crunch Bars
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Malteser Crunch Bars

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Serves 1 - 20 Bars

A quick and easy recipe that's SSSOOOO good! They won't last long though!

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  • 100g Milk Chocolate
  • 100g Butter
  • 200g Crushed Digestive Biscuits
  • 200g Maltesers ( Leave a dozen aside for the top )
  • 3 tbsp Syrup
  • 200g White Chocolate


    1. Grease and line a swiss roll tin.
    2. Melt together the milk chocolate, butter and syrup.
    3. Add crushed biscuits and whole maltesers to chocolate mix.
    4. Press into tin and place in fridge to chill.
    5. When mix is firm, melt the white chocolate and pour on top. Finally crush up the left over maltesers and sprinkle on top.

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Comments (41)

joylock's picture

Delicious.....made them with the children and we added raisins, glace cherries and mini marshmallows......SO sweet but scrummy!

mrstoyne's picture

Just scrumtious!

katiestephenson's picture

Absolutely by far the yummiest and easiest thing I have ever made! I just want to give up real food and live off this!

goldenpromises's picture

Always tastes amazing, everybody loves them, very hard to stop eating them!

georgemerrilluk's picture

Didn't look as nice as the picture but tasted great. Used slightly less white choc and dark choc instead of plain. It meant we could only have a tiny slice each but everyone was pleased with the result.

beffers001's picture

These are very tasty, you can only have one at a time though because they are quite rich.

mrstoyne's picture

totally scrummmmm !!!!!!!!

jessop1232's picture

sooooo good, loved by kids & adults mmmmmmmm just going to make another batch

cahtate's picture

Perfect except needed more white and milk chocolate didn't spread very far!

blububblespop's picture

Brill! Made them twice now and everyone seems to love them!
The weights and measurements didn't quite fill my dish so I had to double everything.
They were a little greasy and crumbly last time so I only used 3/4 of the butter and added double the chocolate, worked well!

rachelhartx's picture

mmmm they sound sooooooo yummy can't wait to make them xx

rachelhartx's picture

mmmm they sound sooooooo yummy can't wait to make them xx

rachelhartx's picture

mmmm they sound sooooooo yummy can't wait to make them xx

hankoid's picture

Thank you very much, very nice recipe and tastes delicious

tikigray's picture

These are ridiculous!! They are SO easy and taste amazing!! And they are addictive! I cut them into small squares rather than bars to make them go further - they are great as part of Christmas/Easter goodie boxes/bags that I do every year! I usually add a Tbsp or 2 of milk or cream to the white choc icing so it is easier to cut! I also leave it out of the fridge for about 30mins before I cut it otherwise the maltesers in the slice tend to shatter! DEVINE! One of my staple recipes!

lhea-ibiza's picture

LOVE IT - but quite sweet!

cruachan's picture

They are very easy to make but as we are not keen on white chocolate I put a mixture of milk and white for the base and put dark chocolate on the top and I also process the maltesers down a bit.

chillichick7500's picture

ive made these a couple of times now, both times doubling the quantities to make nice thick bars. They taste amazing and have gone down a treat! This batch Ive made for my other half to take to his work!

samnrolf's picture

mmmm will have to try this out u could also add marshmallows too... will let u know how kids and i get on:)

brummykp's picture

Went down a storm.


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