It’s Moanday! The leftovers of hurricane Katia are sweeping over Scotland and i can already see a tree down in my garden. Never mind though, it makes for an exciting start to the week instead of the usual glum. Here is something to make it even better!
Strandtown Primary School is our first recipe book of this week. The sale of their cook books were for the benefit of their pupils.
Peter, Claire and Amy Harrison’s
(highly recommended by the Harrison Family!)
1 box maltesers
2 tablespoons golden syrup
12 squares cadbury’s chocolate
20 digestive biscuits
18 squares cadbury’s chocolate (for the top)
Stand on a box of maltesers and jump on them until they are crushed! Break up digestive biscuits in a container until they are crumbs. Melt butter, golden syrup and 12 squares of the chocolate in a saucepan over a saucepan of hot water and stir. Add maltesers and digestives and mix well. Place on a baking tray, flatten and put into the fridge to harden and cool. Melt 18 squares of chocolate over a saucepan of hot water. Pour over the top of the mixture in the tray and place back into the fridge to harden (30-40 minutes). Cut into squares. Can be frozen- it is the only way to make them last more than a day or two!