This is a great recipe if you’re in need of a sweet treat or a rainy day activity. It requires few ingredients and is easy enough that you can get the kids involved.
You Will Need
200g plain digestive biscuits (you can use rich tea if you prefer)
200g milk chocolate
100g mini marshmallows (you can chop normal sized marshmallows into smaller chunks if you can’t find mini marshmallows)
100g raisins (optional)
Break the digestive biscuits into small chunks. To do this place the biscuits into a food bag and bash with a rolling pin (this is great for if you’re having a stressful day). You’re looking for your biscuits to be anywhere between dust and chunks that are about the size of a 2p.
Break the chocolate into small pieces in a heat proof dish and melt over a pan of boiling hot water. Stir the chocolate continuously until there are no lumps. Set aside and leave to cool slightly. If you prefer you can microwave your chocolate at 10-30 second intervals, however I prefer to use the boiling water method as I have had a few bad luck moments where my chocolate has burnt in the microwave.
Once the chocolate has cooled slightly, add all of the remaining ingredients and mix until everything is coated in the chocolate.
Pour the mixture into a lined baking tin and sprinkle with a few extra marshmallows. Allow to cool for at least 3 hours.
Once the chocolate has set, cut into squares or slices.
You could mix up the flavours by adding ½ tsp peppermint essence to the melted chocolate and crushing some mint aero on the top before you allow it to set.
Another alternative is to use white chocolate instead of milk chocolate and substitute the raisins for dried raspberries or cranberries.