Malty Millionaire’s Nice-Slice
This recipe was made as a ‘mediocre’ valentines day bake. For that slightly special person in your life 😉 It’s not refined and it doesn’t involve any baking but it got the ‘when are you making that again?’ seal of approval. That’s what I aim for.
I’m camera-less at the moment, so excuse the phone photos.
1 x 145g packet of Caramel Cafe Thins (or other biscuits of your choice – I like the slight coffee flavour)
2 x 50g butter
2 tbsp golden syrup
1x 200g packet dairy toffees
3 heaped tsp of horlicks / malted milk drink powder
Some ‘Nice’ biscuits.
I used a pie dish that was about 15cm x 10cm. Whatever you are using, grease / line it.
Crush the caramel thins into crumbs.
Heat 50g of butter and the golden syrup in a pan.
Stir in the caramel thins until fully coated.
Press into the base of the dish you are using.
Using the same pan melt the toffees with the other 50g butter and stir in the malted milk drink powder. It’ll look like the butter will never combine with the toffee but it will if you stir it hard once it’s melted.
Pour the toffee mixture over the biscuit base.
Press ‘Nice’ biscuits into the top of the toffee and leave to set in the fridge.
You could cover the top of it in melted chocolate if you want. It’d probably be better, but I was trying to avoid chocolate in this recipe.
Now remove from the fridge and chew your way through the malty niceness….