A twist on an old-fashioned dish (Image: @fitwafflekitchen)
Right here’s a straightforward twist on an old-fashioned, but nonetheless cherished dessert.
As brands have gone all out for chocolate orange flavoured products this 12 months, right here’s a recipe utilizing that traditional flavour mixture.
We’re not over chocolate orange twists on recipes but it appears, and this one from Fitwaffle Kitchen has us drooling.
Eloise Head, Fitwaffle founder, mentioned: ‘In case you love Terry’s chocolate orange, you’ll love this twist on a Millionaire’s shortbread.’
She guarantees ‘it’s a lot simpler to make than it’s possible you’ll assume’. We’re bought.
A millionaire’s shortbread – simply incase you’re not acquainted – is historically made up of a shortbread base, with a caramel layer within the center, which is then topped with a thinner layer of chocolate.
Eloise describes her model as being: ‘A chocolate digestive base, thick caramel with a touch of orange flavour within the center and chocolate orange on the highest.’
The recipe consists of Terry’s Chocolate Orange (Image: @fitwafflekitchen)
Right here’s what you want replicate it at residence, together with an 8×8 inch sized tin.
- 1 pack (433g) chocolate Digestive biscuits
- 130g unsalted butter, melted
- 1 tin (397g) condensed milk
- 90g unsalted butter
- 100g gentle brown sugar
- 1/2 tsp salt
- 1 tsp orange extract (elective)
- 1 tbsp Golden Syrup
- 250g Terry’s Chocolate Orange
- 16 Mini chocolate orange segments
The tactic could be watched on Instagram or under. The video takes viewers by means of the method step-by-step.
Getting the caramel proper is the hardest a part of the recipe, in any other case it’s fairly fool-proof.
Followers of Fitwaffle have all the time given their reward of the recipes which can be shared on the account – and this one isn’t any totally different.
One individual commented this was subsequent on their baking record, whereas one other tagged their pal demanding: ‘make these please’.
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