75 Reasons to love Thermomix, part 5: Crunchie squares

If you love Crunchies then you will LOVE these Crunchie Squares which are simple to make in a Thermomix.  One of the 75 reasons I love it!

Thermomix Crunchie

I don’t know, you wait your whole week for a Thermomix recipe from me and then two come along at once.   Or maybe you haven’t been waiting all week and this has just come as a pleasant surprise.

Suffice to say on Sunday I had an afternoon to spend in the kitchen.  Baking things makes me happy so is something I am trying to do a bit more of.   Though how this sits with me trying to walk and lose weight is anybody’s guess.   Caity and I went to Sainsburys to buy supplies for this baking session and ended up spending £35 and cramming 19,000 calories into one carrier bag.  So whilst I am losing Pounds, they are the wrong ones.

Malesh as they say in Arabic.

On to the Crunchie Squares

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Thermomix Crunchie squares
 
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A very naughty biscuit
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Recipe type: Easy
Cuisine: Sweets
Serves: 16
Ingredients
  • 250g packet of Digestives
  • 100 g Butter
  • Small tin of Condensed milk
  • 4 Crunchie bars
  • 150g milk chocolate
Instructions
  1. Put biscuits in Thermomix and blitz for 10 seconds on speed 9 until you have breadcrumbs.
  2. Pour biscuits into a bowl and set aside.
  3. Put butter and condensed milk into Thermomix
  4. Heat on 50 degrees, speed 2 for 3 minutes
  5. Pour the biscuit crumbs into the butter mixture.
  6. On reverse speed 2 mix for 30 seconds
  7. Roughly chop 3 of the Crunchie bars and stir into Thermomix bowl.
  8. Pour the mix into a 20cm square baking tray lined with baking paper
  9. Put chocolate into Thermomix on Speed 5 for 10 seconds.
  10. Scrape down the bowl and melt at 50 degrees, speed 2 for 4 minutes
  11. Pour chocolate over the Crunchie mix in the tin.
  12. Roughly chop remaining Crunchie bar and sprinkle over tin.
  13. Put into fridge to harden

 If you don’t have a Thermomix you can easily adapt the recipe to do this in a saucepan.

Huge thanks to Caity for the pic above.  We made these just before her and Dan left on Sunday so I sent them home with her with strict instructions to email me pics before they got scoffed in the office.

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