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Rolo Chocolate Biscuit Cake

Updated: Jun 17, 2021

I’ve totally abandoned my writing! You would think with the Covid situation I would’ve had more time on my hands but nope. It’s been a lovely summer of galavanting around Ireland and exploring the sites and sounds of our fair green isle! Alas in NI as of yesterday we are back to effective lockdown so no more galavanting for a while!

While abandoning my writing I have been working on doing videos for the ‘gram! I have a tendency to get impatient with people who can’t work the basics of a computer but I’ve come to the sad realisation that I’m now that person struggling with insta reels, tik tok, instagram tv....the list goes on 😫

Not one to be left behind, it turns out I can do these just takes time and effort for gran here!👵🏻

Anyway, one of the aforementioned videos is that for Rolo Chocolate Biscuit Cake! It’s chocolate, crunchy and chewy all in one bite...the perfect mash up of textures and tastes. Dead easy to make and suitable for even the most basic of kitchen hands...give them a go. Place out the rolos with something else if you prefer. Just tag #theramblingbaker if you make them!😁

200g milk chocolate

200g dark chocolate

200g chocolate digestive

100g rich tea

100g maltesers

125g butter

125g golden syrup

250g mini Rolo

  1. Line an 8x8 tin

  2. Melt butter and golden syrup in a medium sized, heavy based pan under a low heat

  3. Roughly chop the biscuits and add into a large bowl. Add in the maltesers and rolos (keeping some rolos back for the top at the end)

  4. Roughly chop the milk and dark chocolates and add into the melted butter. Keep the heat really low or off if you can, and let the residual heat off the melted butter melt the chocolate

  5. Once the chocolate is fully melted, pour that mixture into the bowl with the biscuits and mix well until everything is coated

  6. Pour into the tin, pressing well down into the tin with the back of a spoon. Add the remaining rolos to the top

  7. Refrigerate for a few hours until set

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Jun 16, 2021

My husband loves Rolos! What's a perfect idea for Father's Day! Thank you, I'm going out for the ingredients now! ☺️

Jun 17, 2021
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Awe this was the nicest surprise! Thank you!😁

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