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Mini Egg Tiffin

Mini Egg Tiffin


This fantastic no bake Easter cake comes courtesy of Jules over at The Butcher Baker Blog. Hubby has an unhealthy addiction to mini eggs so he was in heaven with this and the fact it can be made in 10 minutes is an added bonus (the downside is you have to wait for it to set!).


Mini Egg Tiffin

MINI EGG TIFFIN

| Serves: makes 8 slices | Prep Time: 10 Minutes | Cook Time: 5 Minutes | Total Time: 15 Minutes |


Ingredients: 

  • 85g butter
  • 2 tbsp golden syrup
  • 2 tbsp cocoa
  • 170g digestives, crushed
  • 170g mini eggs, lightly crushed
  • 30g mini eggs, left whole

Instructions:

  • Step 1: Gently melt butter and golden syrup in large pan. Stir in cocoa, digestives and crushed mini eggs.
  • Step 2: Line a 1lb loaf tin with cling film. Press mixture into tin then press the whole mini eggs into the top. Refrigerate until set.

| Author: Beth Sachs | Date: 3rd April 2010 |


Comments

  1. This would be great to "cook" with children - I'm going to send it to my sister to try out with her little ones.

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  2. "No Bake" always catches my eye.

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  3. Snap! Made this very recipe myself the other day. None of it is still surviving though as it was inhaled by both of us in quick smart time! Good thing its so easy to make!

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  4. Yes, I saw this on Chele's blog yesterday. Definitely an indulgence cake mmmm!

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  5. I think this is addictive. I love the surprises when biting into this cake :D Best of all, it's so simple to make. I like it.

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  6. Weirdly, my partner also has an unhealthy obsession with mini eggs! I think I'm going to have a go at this tomorrow if I get time! Thanks for the recipe!

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  7. Heaven! I love mini eggs too. I made jelly bean Biscotti on Friday for the first time, which was rather nice but this I must try.
    Yvonne x

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  8. Just to let you know that I've blogged my lovely Easter Egg, it arrived on Good Friday, perfect timing. Thanks again.

    You can see it HERE

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  9. This is fab Beth, love it...I have had to undo the top button of my jeans today - as they feel tight:)so maybe I will have to leave this to make next year! :) Happy Easter! x

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  10. Is it possible to have an "unhealthy" addiction to cadbury's mini eggs?
    Lovely looking tiffin!

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  11. Not even showing this to my husband with his cadbury mini egg addiction!

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  12. So cute and tasty - my kids would gobble this right up.

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  13. Mmmmmm, I bet this was popular :)

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  14. This sounds scrummy. Those mini eggs are so moreish.

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  15. nice, looks like such a delicious recipe. thanks for posting this recipe.


    Simon

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