Monday, 3 October 2011

Malteser Fridge Cake :)

Chocolate Fridge Cake used to be my favourite thing to make when I was younger, it was forever a hit among my brownie group! Unfortunately, the recipe was from a book my Dad got me and was lost years ago and as a result, I have forever hunted for a replacement!

I'd like to thank My Dish for helping me rediscover my love for the first thing I ever successfully baked, if you class it as baking...



Warning: these cost next to nothing to make (providing you have the staples in the cupboard like I tend to!) and are mega mega delicious, not a good idea for those attempting a diet!

Malteser Fridge Cake- from My Dish

Ingredients:

100g margarine, softened- I used unsalted butter as it was in the cupboard
6 tablespoons golden syrup
250g cooking chocolate (milk)- I used Sainsbury's 27p choc, doesn't alter the taste as you'd expect!
200g digestive biscuits, roughly crushed- I used Morrison's own
200g Maltesers, cut roughly in half- I used 135g as this bag was cheaper...

Method:

Melt margarine, syrup and chocolate over heat (or in the microwave stirring often)
When it's all melted, take it off the heat and add the crushed biscuits and maltesers, mix well
Spread into a lined greased swiss roll tin
Chill in the fridge then cut up into small squares
Keep refrigerated, can also be frozen!
Enjoy!

7 comments:

MissCakeBaker said...

AMazing!! I used to make choc fridge cake all the time too. I'm so making this!

Rachael said...

It really is amazing! The maltesers have gone gooey too, delish!

Dzoli said...

Great recepie.I will try it exept I do not use margarine...

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Rachael said...

I'm not a margarine fan either, replaced it with unsalted butter and it was just as good, if not better!

Pistachio and Rose said...

God that sounds good, Im not on a diet so I can definatly eat that!

Jo said...

That looks so good, I love no bake traybakes like these!

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