No Bake Chocolate Tiffin Recipe

Sorry, it has been a while since I last posted on the blog, summer flew by in a blur. I have been busy crafting away however so will write a post on some projects I have been working on to keep you up to date.

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Today I am sharing with you a recipe that was given to me by a very dear friend. She used to make me this treat when I was a kid and I used to call it dog biscuit cake as the broken biscuits look just like dog treats. I promise this recipe is 100% dog biscuit free but I can’t guarantee it is calorie free!

I have made this recipe a lot recently as it takes a maximum of 10 minutes to make, with little mess, plus everyone seems to love it so bonus! Trimcraft held a Macmillan coffee morning last week and I took this sweet treat in, we managed to raise over £150 for charity.

What you will Need

118g Unsalted Butter

400g tin of Condensed Milk (I use light just to make myself feel better)

295g Rich Tea Biscuits

177g Plain Chocolate

How to Make

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Crush your biscuits into small bite sized pieces then in a saucepan melt the butter, chocolate and condensed milk. Keep stirring so it doesn’t catch to the bottom of your pan.

 

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Take it off the heat then in stages add your rich tea biscuits to the mixture, coating it all in the chocolately goodness.

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You can also add extra treats like nuts or raisins to the mixture.

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Pack the mixture into a foil lined tin, a 2lb loaf tin is the perfect size. Leave it into the fridge to chill for at least 8 hours, so ideally overnight.

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Remove from the tin and cut into slices.

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All you have to do now is enjoy, this recipe will easily store in the fridge for a few days. My favourite extra to add are raisins, what would you add?

 I would love to see your bakes or no bakes, tag @i_heart_maggie on Instagram or @IHeart_Maggie on twitter.

 Love Claire x

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