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Schools Australian Crunch
Member Name: skorpy
Advantages: Tastes great and brings back old school memories
Does anyone remember the good old Australian Crunch,that was always on offer at break times at school.A delicious oaty biscuit base with chocolate smothered on top.Why it is called Australian crunch though beats me.But it is very tasty and I started to make my own,and it tastes just like the ones they used to sell at school.
Give it a try,you won't be disappointed.
5oz Plain flour
2tbsp drinking chocolate
For the topping:
8oz Icing sugar
cooking chocolate or milk chocolate for topping
1.Melt the margarine in a saucepan.
2.Mix all dry ingredients together in a bowl (it's better if you slightly crush the cornflakes first)
3.Add melted margarine and mix well. Grease a 7.5 inch square baking tin.
4. Turn mixture into tin and press down firmly, bake in the centre of a pre-heated oven (Gas Mark 5, 190C) for 20-25 minutes. Leave to cool.
5. Mix the icing sugar and drinking chocolate with a few drops of water to make a thick iced topping.
6. when completely cold spread the topping evenly over the top and place in the fridge to set.
7. Finally,When set cut into even squares
Summary: A delicious oaty biscuit topped with choc
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