Last week I made it..I modified this recipe as per my taste and availability of ingrediants over here...The original recipe calls for marshmallows..But I substituted it with peanut butter..The peanut butter which I used is not the store bought stuff,this is a homemade peanut butter,I have posted the recipe for this in my previous post do check that or just click this link to check the recipe.The original recipe calls for half of normal sugar and half of brown sugar..In my place I could not found brown sugar so I substituted it with Jaggery and Honey,still it cameout great..If you are pure vegetarian,you could substitute eggs with a little milk or cream
Preheat the oven to 180°C(350°F).
Take a square tin and line it with parchment paper and butter on all sides.
Mix salt and baking powder with flour and set this aside.
Take the cracker in a food processor and make into a fine powder.Set this aside for a moment.
Take a mixing bowl and add in melted butter,sugar,brown sugar,honey and mix well.Add in vanilla essence and mix well.
Drop a egg in this and beat until combined.Throw in the cracker powder and mix well.
Add in the prepared flour mixture and fold gently until combined.
Take half of the prepared cracker batter and tip into the tin.Spread it evenly.
Place the milk chocolate over this to cover completely.
Spoon the peanut butter over this and spread it evenly.
Again take the remaining half of the cracker batter and spread over this evenly.
Place this into the preheated oven and let it cook for 30-35 min or until golden on top.
Remove this from the oven and let it cool down completely.When it has cooled down,cut into squares and enjoy.
for step by step recipe check my blog
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