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Why buy this treat from the shop when you can make it easily at home. If you are feeling really keen you can dip chunks in chocolate.
Reviews (33)

21 Oct 2013
Reviewed by: KayLouiseIllingworth
Of course its dangerous, its cookery which is why it always states children should be supervised....however sttudy was right 1 to 2 tsp is sufficient not tbsp of bicarbonate of soda as stated. Fantastic recipe in the right hands, lovely!!!
(Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)
20 Oct 2013
Reviewed by: SomersetScoffers
Great recipe. Despite the debate in the reviews about the amount of bicarb in it, we found 1 tablespoon was perfect - yes it does froth up - but that is the idea. We used a Heston Blumenthal food thermometer - but this was a bit short and we had to be careful to not drop it in. We missed out the vanilla - tastes great. Got ours to 151 deg C after about 10 minutes of heating (at first you don't think it is going to get to temp - but I guess the boiling point rises as the water is driven off). I did the recipe with my 8 year old daughter - she loved mixing and tasting but the heating, pan stirring, whisking in the bicarb and pouring into the tray is definitely a job for an adult - that mixture is searingly hot - so if you do this with a child you need to manage their expectation of involvement. We will make ice cream with all the crumbs that are left.
(Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)
01 Jan 2013
Reviewed by: irenafoods
(Review from Allrecipes UK & Ireland)


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