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Chocolate Bran Slices

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Prep: 15 minutes Cook: 10 minutes approx 1 hour in fridge to set

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12 portions

A very simple recipe with no baking involved. Must be chilled before eating. A popular treat that will delight both young and old.

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  • 4 ozs butter
  • 3 - 4 ozs marshmallows
  • 8 ozs plain chocolate ( I use Bournville but cooking choc. is fine )
  • 4 tbsps golden syrup
  • 3 ozs cornflakes (crushed)
  • 3 ozs bran flakes (crushed)


  1. Line 7 inch square tin with greaseproof paper. Grease gently with cooking oil.

  2. Melt butter, marshmallows, choc. & syrup over low heat. Stir gently & constantly.

  3. When all melted remove from heat & stir in crushed cornflakes & bran flakes, then spread mix in tin.

  4. When cooled leave to chill in fridge for about an hour. Cut into 12 pieces, & remove gr'proof paper.

  5. N.B. If you like walnuts, a few chopped finely, can be added when stirring in the flakes. I have also added 1 oz. sultanas to the mix and that was good.

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