Kirsty made this Malteser Tiffin recipe for the AGM and it went
down a storm
She found the recipe on Mumsnet and whilst we're not sure who
the author is, they are truly an excellent person and have made a
lot of people here very, very happy (if not slightly more
Here's the recipe for the tiffin of your dreams (which also
happens to be extremely easy
This is based on a recipe from the Blacksmith's Coffee Shop,
Belsay, just north of Newcastle. Use the best chocolate you can get
(minimum 60% cocoa solids for dark; minimum 30% for milk).
100g quality dark chocolate
300g quality milk chocolate
3 tbsp golden syrup
275g digestive biscuits, crushed
1. Melt the dark chocolate, 100g of milk chocolate, butter and
syrup together in a pan and stir in the crushed digestives.
2. Next, gently stir in the Maltesers and tip into a lined
Swiss-roll tin (23 x 33 cm), levelling out the mixture with the
back of a spoon.
3. Finally, melt the remaining 200g milk chocolate and pour
over the top, smoothing out carefully.
4. Pop in the fridge until set and then once cold, cut into