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Easter chocolate crunchies |

easter-chocolateThese are something a little different for Easter and are so incredibly delicious you will be hard pressed to find anything quite like them. Anything made is so much better than bought and these will be appreciated by anyone receiving them. They are really simple to make and the family will love them.

What you need

280g plain chocolate
100g butter
80g crunchies (honeycomb chocolate bars)
80g digestive biscuits
100g white chocolate
grease proof paper (wax paper)

The process

First off, place the crunchies and the white chocolate in the fridge to get brittle, then give them a few taps with a rolling pin or mallet to crack them into smallish pieces and set aside.

Melt the butter in a pot over a medium to low heat, and add the plain chocolate broken up and allow to melt, stirring constantly. Remove from the heat ad allow to cool.

Add the pieces of broken up chocolate bars and and biscuits, stir gently to combine evenly.

Place a large sheet of baking paper on your kitchen counter and spoon out the mixture into a log shape about 30cm long along the middle of the sheet.

Roll the paper over the chocolate log and twist the ends until the log is quite tight and a nice round shape.

Place in the fridge for about 2 hours until set, then remove the paper and cut into slices about 1cm thick.

Eat your heart out!


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14 Responses to “Easter chocolate crunchies”

  1. Lungi says:

    Hi Graham

    Where can I get digestice biscuits?

    • Graham says:

      Hi Lungi, in any supermarket, Bakers make a great digestive bisuit. They come plain or chocolate coated, so get the plain ones. G

  2. Pat Wood says:

    Mmmm over the lips and onto the hips. Worth it!!!!!!!!

    • Graham says:

      Hahaha, Just where it is meant to go Pat, life without these delicious morsels is just not worth living.. Cheers for now G

  3. Di says:

    Hi Graham

    Tried these – they are so easy to make. Only one problem – they don’t last long!! Gone in a flash!! Delicious!

    Thanks,
    DI

  4. Sue | Cater says:

    This is just a wonderful recipe, I think this will be hit with all in the family. Does one have to use cooking chocolate or can we use normal chocolate the reason I am asking is that I don’t like the taste of the cooking chocolate.

    • Graham says:

      I have used milk chocolate before and they melt a bit too quickly, use 60% dark chocolate or just eat them quickly…..

  5. KimdaCook says:

    Graham,
    How are you? These look fantastic and very yummy with all the holidays coming up I going to have time to try this out.

  6. Cashiefa says:

    Hi Graham
    I assume that the biscuits also go into the melted chocolate?

    • Graham says:

      Yes, all of the goodies into the chocolate. You can add other things as well, just try to keep the quantities similar.

  7. Lynn says:

    OH – MY – WORD………….

    I am going to have to try this out – THIS WEEKEND!!!!!!!!!!

    hope to see more delicious recipes for easter soon,

    Keep well

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