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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Ingredients

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

Method

    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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nikkiedwards
9th Jun, 2010
Oh that is so so sweet, but delicious. It didn't last long. I may have used a bit too much syrup or crushed the digestives too much as it went a bit solid also my daughter ate most of the maltesers before they went in. But definately will make again for special treats. Adding other things into sounds good too.
kalikabali
7th Jun, 2010
3.05
This was fun to make with my 3yr old son. I used ginger biscuits, loads of mixed-nuts and orange flavoured dark chocolate (70%), and even then it was too sweet for me. Even my generally sweet-toothed husband and son admitted that the sweetness made their "teeth ache" :-) But otherwise a good recipe to try with kids and it comes out really well.
beffers001
6th Jun, 2010
4.05
These are really really good, but only one slice at a time because it's really sickening!
harps27
1st Jun, 2010
5.05
These were good! This is something else I made for my charity cake sale at work and they were the first to go. Had lot's of compliments. They were incredibly easy too. I will make them again but try different types of chocolate to see what works. It can work out expensive but I found using supermarkets own brand stuff extremely cheap and tasted just as good.
zebrazebra1971
8th May, 2010
Made them today, lovely, going to take them to my reunion tonight in London.
ameliayoyo
1st Apr, 2010
will try this tomorrow everybody so far has said yum so why not will rate tomorrow
carolyntrafford
18th Dec, 2009
4.05
Fabulous. I have a sweet tooth and they were a little sweet for me, so i might try using dark or a mix of dark/milk chcoclate next time. I too struggled melting the whire chocolate and there didn't seem enough - so i spread it leaving some gaps. It look messy but once it was divided into slices they looked as if it was supposed to be like that.
lulrick
10th Oct, 2009
5.05
Really very good! I used those digestive biscuits with caramel inside and milk chocolate on the top and cut each biscuit into 16 pieces which added a nice bit of caramel flavour. I cut the finished tray into bite sized pieces and found that they really were best served straight from the fridge. Delicious!
becc_a
30th Sep, 2009
so so so fine, dead easy. taste great. but added slightly more white chocolate on top. yum.
cduggan
27th Aug, 2009
4.05
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