‘Mars Bar‘ fridge cake recipe

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  • Serves 10
  • 15 mins to prepare and 5 mins to cook
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Customer recipe by Louise Startin
Added 66 months ago

at university (many years ago) - my flatmate‘s mum used to make us this receipe and bring it, along with a fully made sunday roast, to our student house every so often as a real ‘home from home‘ treat for us poor students - it was amazing every time & such a ‘comfort‘ food

melt butter, syrup and chopped mars bars on a low heat in a pan

add in rice krispies a few at a time to ensure they are evenly coated & moist

transfer the mix into a square baking tin - approx 10inx7inch, lined with tin foil. Place into fridge for a couple of hrs to set or into freezer for speedy version for 30mins

melt the chocolate for topping in microwave bit by bit - don‘t burn. Drip over the set mixture and chill in fridge for at least 30mins. Cut into at least 16 pieces and serve - be quick it doesn‘t last long and is very more-ish!

chop mars bars to a smallish size to help them melt evenly with butter and syrup, keep mixture moving & don‘t let the butter burn use good quality foil to lin tin & even better quality choc for topping store in fridge if it lasts that long!

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  • 3 mars bars
  • 2tblsp Golden syrup
  • 3oz Unsalted butter
  • 120g rice krispies
  • 200g milk or plain chocolate

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