This simple dessert combines the perfect pairing of dark chocolate with a rich creamy caramel. .


  • melted butter for greasing tin

  • 1 250g pack of butternut snap cookies, smashed, broken or processed

  • 90 g melted butter

  • 1 395g can condensed milk

  • 3tbsp golden syrup

  • 30g butter

  • 200g dark chocolate

  • 150ml pure cream


  • 1.

    Preheat oven to 170c

  • 2.

    Brush 18 pans of a mini muffin tray or 6 tall 4 cm ramekins and grease

  • 3.

    Place biscuit and butter in a processor and combine, divide among pans

  • 4.

    Press into the bases and up the sides of each one to form a case

  • 5.

    Bake for 8 minutes or till golden

  • 6.

    Place condensed milk , golden syrup and butter an a saucepan on low, stir till the butter melts

  • 7.

    Divide the condensed milk mix into the pans or ramekins

  • 8.

    And bake for 10 minutes or till golden.

  • 9.

    Set aside of 10 mins to cool and then transfer to a tray to cool compleatly

  • 10.

    Place chocolate and cream in saucepan and stir untill the chocolate melts

  • 11.

    And the mix is smooth

  • 12.

    Pour over the caramel kisses and place in the frodge for half an hour to help setting.

  • 13.

    Serve with a spoon of ice cream or alone...

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Posted by COOKING_MAMA™Report
just a basic hard sugary cookie maybe oatmeal? the butternut snap is a hard sweet cookie made with nuts, golden syrup and butter...
Posted by Charlie15Report
These look awesome!
Definately a try.

Any suggestions what I could use for the cookie?

I'm in Canada and these are unavailable.