(This recipe was adapted from here)
So I was really craving clinkers the other day, when a work colleague mentioned something about baking with them. How have I not thought of this? It was then, that the Clinker and Marshmallow slice was born. YES. PLEASE.
1 x 180g bag of Clinkers
1 x 250g marie biscuits
1 x half a bag of 250 g of marshmallows
1/2 x 395g tin of sweetened condensed milk
1 x 250g block of Cadbury plain chocolate
Steps 1-3: Crush the clinkers and the marie biscuits. If you’re like me and don’t have a food processor, just use a rolling pin to crush them. It’s an extremely messy way of doing the job, but rather therapeutic if you ask me. Using a knife, quarter the marshmallows.
Step 4: In a pan, melt the butter and condensed milk on low until you have a nice smooth liquid (make sure the pan is large, because in the next step you will be mixing in all of the ingredients)
Step 5-6: Like I said, here’s the part where you mix in the clinkers, marie biscuits and marshmallows. Make sure that they’re evenly mixed (see picture 6)
Step 7: Spoon the mixture into a rectangle dish (about 17cm x 27cm) and allow this to set in the fridge for an hour. I’m impatient when it comes to baking, so if you are as excited to eat this as I was, you can put it in the freezer to set for 10 minutes.
Once you have a few minutes left for the slice to set, you can start to melt the block of Cadbury chocolate. I did this in the microwave for 30 seconds at a time. Stir and then pop it back in for another 30 seconds. Repeat this until you have a nice smooth chocolate sauce like the below image.
Step 9: Pour the melted chocolate over the slice and return to the fridge to set again. I left mine in for a good hour before it was ready to eat. Again, you can probably put this in the freezer, I didn’t as I didn’t want the chocolate to ‘crack’
Once it’s set, you can slice it up and eat until you feel sick. Seriously guys, this is a sweetness overload.
Hey, I didn’t say it was going to be healthy, but boy is it delicious! I can’t wait to experiment this technique with other chocolate variations, the possibilities are endless. Hope you liked this one! Love Megs xo