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Chocolate Praline Bars Recipe

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Veg CD CBF 10mins

Submitted by Tim and Lyn Cam,  Bradley Stoke, Bristol.

Makes approx  8   Cold  Vegetarian  Biscuits  Cookies Baked Fayre

 

Ingredients
225g/8oz Rich Tea Biscuits

4 oz Butter or Margarine
1 Rounded dessert spoon Brown Sugar
3 Rounded dessert spoons Drinking Chocolate
1 Table spoons Golden Syrup
50g/2 oz Sultanas ( optional )

175g/6oz Plain Chocolate (Optional)

Instructions

 

1. Break up the Rich Tea biscuits into small pieces. Set aside.

2. In a large saucepan melt together the butter, brown sugar, powdered drinking chocolate, golden syrup and the sultanas, (optional). Blend together over a low heat until all the ingredients form a fluid mixture, remove from the heat and stir in the biscuit pieces until they are all coated, add more until the mix is quite stiff.

3. Flatten the mixture into a greased shallow baking tin or glass dish and press down firmly, its advisable to cut through the mix now before it sets too hard. 

4. At this point if you want you can melt the cooking chocolate and pour it over the top of the biscuit mixture. 

5. Place the dish in the fridge and chill until set. Cut the mixture into fingers with a sharp knife. 

End of instructions

Main equipment required to make this recipe

Saucepan

Mixing Bowl

Shallow Baking tin

Wooden Spoon

Fridge

 

   

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