Maltesers are hands down my go-to choccies of choice.
Whenever William pops over the road to Nisa for his nightly mint Magnum, my weakness is always a trusty bag of the malty balls.
So when I found out they were running a scheme called #bakeamillion whereby they donate £5 to Comic Relief for every scrummy Malteser bake you make, it would have been rude not to jump on the chocolatey band wagon right?
Safe to say William was chuffed when he woke up to the smell of buttery biscuityness and a breakfast of chocolatey treats!
What you'll need //
200g digestive biscuits
100g melted butter
1 tbsp desiccated coconut
1 tbsp honey
150g dark chocolate
150g milk chocolate
100g digestive biscuits
Extra chocolate for drizzling on top.
What to do //
Line a square baking dish (20x20cm) with greaseproof paper.
Crush your digestives in a bag with a rolling pin and mix with your melted butter, desiccated coconut and honey. Pour into your baking dish and flatten evenly with a fork until compact. Leave in the fridge whilst making your chocolatey topping.
In a saucepan melt your butter and chocolates on a very low heat. Once fully melted, pour into a large mixing bowl along with your raisins, crushed digestives, salt and Maltesers (leaving a few for decoration).
Pour over the top of your biscuit base and refrigerate for 30 minutes. Drizzle even more melted chocolate over the top (because there's not enough chocolate in this already) and chop a few Maltesers in half to decorate.
Devour 4 slices immediately and enjoy your sugar buzz!
Happy Red Nose Day one and all (for the 24th March)!
I think I'm just about coming down off my sugar high now (accidentally ate three for breakfast...)
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