These taste so good that I guarantee you will really like them! It's easy enough too for children to make.
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250g (9 oz) crushed digestive biscuits
250g (9 oz) desicated coconut
150g (5 oz) butter
50g (2 oz) sugar
150g (5 oz) butter
8 tablespoons custard powder
115g (4 oz) icing sugar
5 tablespoons of milk
250g (9 oz) of white chocolate, melted
3 tablespoons of cream optional
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Method Prep:8hr › Ready in:8hr
For the base: Melt butter and sugar. Stir in crushed biscuits and coconut. Press into a lightly greased 30cm/12 inch square tin. Chill for 1 hour.
For the filling: Blend butter, sugar, milk and custard powder. Spread over base and chill.
For the topping: Melt chocolate and cream together. Transfer it into a clean sandwich bag and cut a small hole at the corner. Squeeze or drizzle it on top of the filling (any kind pattern that you want).
Use a clean sharp knife to cut into 30 pieces. Do not take them out.
Chill overnight. Allow to stand at room temperature for 30 min before serving.
Did not like this at all. Far to much custard powder. Have searched internet and found that it should be 2 not 8 tablespoons of custard powder. I have since tried the altered one and it was lovely. Filling ingredients should be put in mixer and whisked like butter ice.
18 Feb 2010
I tried this recipe and it just tasted of pure custard powder nobody in my family liked it. I would of thought you would of have to cook the custard first other wise it would taste awful. What type of custard powder is it meant to be??
14 Oct 2009
I used a 23cmx23cm silicone square cake pan, and my white chocolate for the topping didn't melt properly, so I dropped it on in small clumps and spread it around a bit with a knife and then chilled it, and it set with a lovely chunky crunchy chocolate topping! Yum!
07 Feb 2011
(Review from Allrecipes AU | NZ)