Perfect for Milkybar kids! Mother shares easy no-bake recipe for white chocolate pudding after her Malteser cake went viral
- Laura Middleton, from Kingston-upon-Hull, shared the amazing recipe online
- Said you did not need an oven to complete the easy-to-do Milky Way pudding
- Bargain fans with a sweet tooth were delighted by the recipe and vowed to try it
A mother with an knack for desserts has shared a delicious Milkybar pudding recipe that can be made without an oven.
Laura Middleton, from Kingston-upon-Hull, has been delighting people with a sweet tooth throughout lockdown long with her amazing desserts recipes, and shared her latest confection on the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK Facebook group.
She said the easy recipe just requires an hour to chill in the fridge, and members of the group said they couldn’t wait to sink their teeth in.
Encouraged by the success of her other recipes, which includes a Malteser pudding, Laura shared her latest idea, which won her praise from fans who said they couldn’t wait to try it.
Laura Middleton, from Kingston-upon-Hull, has been delighting people with a sweet tooth all lock-down long with her amazing desserts recipes, that can be done without an oven
Laura has been sharing amazing pudding recipes on Facebook all lockdown-long and the Milky Bar dessert is her latest confection
Bargain fans with a sweet tooth thanks Laura for sharing her amazing idea as some said they would try to make it themselves
How to make Laura’s no-bake Milky Bar pudding
275g white chocolate spread
250g unsalted butter
300g icing sugar
150g shortbread, crushed
300g of Milkybar chocolate
Ten squares of milk chocolate
Chocolate buttons and M&Ms for toppings
Melt the unsalted butter and mix with the white chocolate spread
Add the icing sugar and crushed shortbread to form a thick paste
Step one: Laura mixed 275g of white chocolate spread and 250g of melted unsalted butter in a bowl with shortbread and sugar icing
She spread the shortbread base in a tin foil dish and let it rest in the fridge for 30 minutes before moving on to the next steps
Pour it into a foil tray or a greaseproof tin, and spread it evenly before putting it to set in the fridge for 30 minutes
Remove and pour the melted Milkybar over the shortbread base.
The savvy baker covered her shortbread mix with a melted bar of Milky Way chocolate and spread evenly
Melt the milk chocolate and use it to make a pattern on top, using a spoon or fork.
Add chocolate buttons and red and blue M&Ms to decorate the top of the cake.
She melted ten squares of milk chocolate to decorate the top of the pudding with pretty patterns
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