Quick & easy – always a favorite at our house !


Ingredients (serves 16)

  • 16 pc Chocolate Ripple or Buttersnap Biscuits
  • 1/3 cup Nestle Whit Chocolate Melts
  • 1 cup Nestle Dark Chocolate Melt
  • 1 tin Nestle Sweetened Condensed Milk

Method

  1. Warm the biscuits in the oven until they are 'pliable'. Place the biscuits in a cupcake tin & press down on them (careful not too create holes in the bottom while pressing) creating a 'cup-shaped' biscuit.
  2. Simmer the Nestle Sweetened Condensed Milk on the stove till a nice golden caramel is achieved. Melt the White & Dark in separate bowls.
  3. Spoon the caramel into the base of each biscuit cup (approx. 1 tsp) then allow this to set (approx. 15 mins) . Top with a layer of melted Dark Chocolate then swirl some melted white chocolate over top.


  • Ooh, delicious!! I can feel them going straight to my thighs already. Yummo, thanks for sharing!!

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  • Love how you decorated these – so cute and effective!

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  • These look great thanks for sharing

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  • These where so easy to do and the kids loved then

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  • I think I may have gained 5kgs by just thinking about these… Mmmmm

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  • Seems easy to make , hopefully do not tear the biscuits.

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  • The patterns on the top look lovely

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  • Anything involving caramel is an instant winner for me

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  • i m falling in love !!! again !! with chocolate !! lol…this is cute and lovely

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  • Just found my party plate of food :)

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  • Chocorama supreme!

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  • Thanks for sharing this recipe. I might make it with top n fill instead of making the caramel. I usually like to make things from scratch but times when I’m time poor sometimes I ‘cheat’ with quick alternatives but only if the quality is maintained. I can vouch for the quality of top n fill so I thoight I’d share that alternative for other Mum’s.

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  • Wow these are fantastic love them

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  • what a sweet little treat these make!

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  • I do have a weakness for sweet treats.

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