This is a fun recipe to make with children!
If you like your slices thick then double all the ingredients. Also instead of the chocolate biscuits you can use plain biscuits like shortbread.
i will try it tommorrow for a fanily reunion thanks for the idea - 17 Sep 2013
i used milk arrowroots, as that was what I had in the cupboard. I also didn't have enough dark choc so used milk choc in the base and also added some sultanas. I wanted the topping to be quite soft so it wouldn't crack when I cut it so I added extra butter. I think I used 150g choc and almost 100g marg. I found that it served many more than 8. It was so deliciously rich that I cut it into bite sized pieces. I have since had two requests to bring it to other functions. - 14 Oct 2011 (Review from Allrecipes AU | NZ)
This was great.. I substituted sultanas for the nuts & used plain biscuits, added 150grms of chocolate and 60 grms of butter for topping.. Did all heating/melting in microwave.. Just like the bakers ones.. Thanx - 31 Aug 2010 (Review from Allrecipes AU | NZ)