Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Malty Marshmallow Treats.

Good morning to you all! Firstly apologises for not posting within the last few days, as my Internet has been dropping out frequently, so I have not been able to jump onto the web. 


I am sharing with you a super sweet treat that is full of sugary, chocolate, marshmallow goodness. 



Who doesn't like chocolate pieces in their bakes? Apart from the hassle of actually trying to stir them in the mixture, because it is a challenge to not want to open the packet first and eat them as you go. Sometimes the chocolate wins and other times the will power over runs it! 


Whilst it is not the healthiest of treats, the title does give it away by stating it as a 'treat'. We are all allowed every so often and these are perfect to wrap up and take on the go. 


A little tip: you will be strong teeth to bite into these, because once the marshmallow and butter sets it is solid - but that is more fun right? 


Salty and Malty Marshmallow Treats Recipe: 
*Serves 9 reasonable portions 

120g Unsalted Butter 
40 Large Marshmallows, preferably white 
1/4 teaspoon salt 
6 cups rice cereal 
1/3 cup milk powder 
1 cup coarsely chopped Maltesers 
Coarse sea salt for topping 

1. In a large saucepan over medium heat, melt the butter. Melt it until it begins to crackle and sizzle, and it starts to brown. 
2. Add the marshmallows to the melted butter and reduce to a low heat. 
3. Add the salt and stir until the marshmallows are completely melted and are throughly combined with the butter. 
4. Quickly add the rice cereal and malt powder, and stir to combine. The mixture will now become thick and sticky. 
5. Allow the mixture to cool slightly before adding 3/4 cups of Maltesers and stir until just combined. 
6. Press the mixture into a 9x9 inch square pan. 
7. Firmly press the mixture into the prepared pan and make sure the bars are thick. 
8. Press the remaining Maltesers pieces into the top of the treats. 
9. Put in the fridge to set for around 20-30 minutes. This process will not take long due to the bars already being so thick and sticky. 
10. Slice in 9 large squares or smaller pieces, whatever your heart desires. 
11. These treats will last unto five days. 



Bon App├ętit! 
M x 


2 comments:

  1. oh that sounds/looks heavenly!

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    1. Thank you! You should defiantly give it a whirl. Your blog is beautiful as well, I am hooked on reading and browsing your posts and social media sites!
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