So every year at Christmas we have get together, I was trying to think what to make. I was flicking thought my cookbook collection when I came across Huge Fearnley-Whittingstall receipts for in Three Good Things. This is my twist on tiffin, it so easy to make plus the great thing about tiffin is that you can pretty much add what want.
This Tiffin also make a great gift, any time of year, (well maybe not on a hot summer day…) so I also entering this into December Tea Time Treats hosted by Kate from What Kate Baked and co-hosted by Karen from Lavender and Lovage who theme is festive food gifts.
ingredients make 12 pieces
- 200g dark chocolate,
- 1 tablespoon honey,
- 100g unsalted butter, cubed,
- 150g gingernut biscuit,
- 110g sultana, raisins, cherries,
- Splash of brandy,
- Prepare a loaf tin, by lightly greasing it and lining with grace proof paper.Place a heat proof bowl over a pan of hot water (make sure the bottom of the bowl does not touch the water). Add the chocolate, honey and butter.
- Turn the heat on low and melt gently. Crush the biscuit into bit size pieces and weigh out the fruit, and add a splash of brandy.
- Add the biscuit and fruit (removed from the brandy first) to the melted chocolate mixture, stirring together, and pour into the tin.
- Leave to set in fridge for few hours. Cut into bit size pieces. Serve and enjoyMerry Christmas Everyone and Happy New Year