8oz margerine or butter
4tbsp golden syrup
1 lb digestive biscuits, smashed up into small pieces
3oz raisins and/or cherries
1 lb chocolate, [mixture of dark and milk] melted
It is very easy. First, I took a large saucepan and melted the butter with the sugar, syrup and cocoa on the stove. Whilst that was melting, I bashed the biscuits up, and then when the melting was all done, I added the biscuits and the raisins to the saucepan and gave it a jolly good stir up. All of this was turned out into a greaseproof lined Swiss roll tin and pressed down hard with a fork. I put this in the fridge for about 45 minutes to firm up, and then I melted some Lidl's chocolate in a bowl over a pan of hot water, and poured it all over the base mixture, smoothing it out with a knife dipped in hot water. That went back in the fridge for another hour, and then I cut it up into quite small pieces, as it is very rich.
No baking involved, simple to make and really quite basic ingredients that are usually in the store cupboard, and if one uses value or Lidl versions of the product, very cheap to make. I must take a photo when we make it again!