Try these five easy no-bake treats
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We all deserve a sweet treat now and then, so why not have a go at these delicious and easy no-bake makes – but don’t forget to do the washing up!
This choctastic tasty treat is easy peasy and requires no baking at all – just some melting and mixing! All you need is: crushed biscuits, butter, syrup, raisins, castor sugar, cocoa powder and melted chocolate for the topping.
Melt the butter, sugar and syrup, add cocoa powder, crushed biscuits and raisins, and mix thoroughly.
Empty into a baking tray and press down before topping with melted chocolate. Leave in the fridge until the chocolate topping is firm then cut into squares. For the full recipe and other ideas, including a vegan version, visit www.bbcgoodfood.com
A slice of paradise
Similar to tiffin but leave out cocoa powder and use dessicated coconut, ginger biscuits, glacé cherries, sultanas and chopped nuts instead. Top with white chocolate, leave in the fridge until firm and cut into squares.
A melting and mixing marvel of butter, marshmallows and crisped rice. You can empty into a baking tray and cut into squares once firm, or roll into balls while still warm. Check out the no-bake cupcake version of this favourite at www.oetker.co.uk
What makes everything better? Chocolate! Melt your favourite chocolate bars, add corn flakes or crisped rice and leave in the fridge to chill before cutting into squares.
You can also melt in marshmallows and use the chocolate as a topping instead. Visit realfood.tesco.com for recipes.
Chocolate, butter, syrup, crushed biscuits, marshmallows, glacé cherries – and anything else you like such as nuts, peanut butter… Melt butter, syrup and chocolate together, and chuck in everything else. Press mixture into a tray and chill in the fridge.
Asda has a great recipe for a no-bake rocky road tart which also uses toffee popcorn! Check out www.asdagoodliving.co.uk
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