Mars Bar Cakes

Emma Morgan Duke By Emma Morgan Duke, 10th Oct 2011 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/mth2dbv0/
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My recipe for Mars Bar Cakes which is the first thing I learned how to bake.

Mmmmmm baking goodness.

This version of Mars Bar cake is the first thing I learned how to bake. It's from a recipe by a family friend and was always something I loved to have when we went to visit.

This is a very important recipe to me but if you are making it be warned it is choc-a-bloc full of calories and yummy goodness.

To begin boil some water in a pot and place a bowl over the top, making sure the water cannot splash out over the sides too much.

Melt 115g of margarine in the bowl along with 4 full sized Mars Bars and 14 marshmallows.

Wait until all is melted then fold in rice krispies (there is no set amount of rice krispies. Put in as many as you can cover with the melted mixture).

Take off the heat and spoon out the mixture you have onto a Baking tray. Push down with the back of a spoon lightly and you will notice the caramel cooling quickly.

Leave the tray to cool and pop in the fridge for about 20 minutes.

Whilst the rice krispies are cooling melt some cooking chocolate the same way the mars bars were melted.

Pour onto the tray of rice krispies and again wait until cooled.

Place in the fridge and the best thing to do is leave overnight.

Then cut into squares and serve.

Simple!

Let me know if anyone tries this recipe and tell me what you think.

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Bake, Baking, Baking Tips, Recipe, Recreation

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author avatar Emma Morgan Duke
Studied Journalism at university- currently working full time whilst pursuing my writing career. Always working on a novel that rarely gets completed.

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author avatar amberdextrous
10th Oct 2011 (#)

This does sound quite delicious, Emma! I can't wait to try some -and I know my son will enjoy them, too.

Thank You for sharing your personal recipe.

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author avatar Luke Facey
13th Oct 2011 (#)

Hey, I'd really like to get to know you as I love your pages. xxx

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author avatar Sparz
13th Oct 2011 (#)

The picture alone has me drooling :L~

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author avatar Sparz
13th Oct 2011 (#)

Ill try to make these at home, thanks for the share :D

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author avatar Delicia Powers
13th Oct 2011 (#)

Wonderfully yummy:0)

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