It’s not chocolate cake but it’s really nice and really chewy – JD, 4
I love Soreen malt loaf. Lovely squishy, chewy, sticky stuff. I eat it toasted, I eat it with jam, I eat it straight out the pack (they even have little individual bars now for just that purpose).
It’s fairly low fat, but something like 65% carbohydrate, which is probably why hikers carry it as source of long-lasting energy.
As I tend to sit at my desk munching through whatever is to hand, I thought I’d try for a healthier option combining two of my greatest loves: Soreen and white chocolate.
JD and I had a lot of fun making these Soreen white choc squares – they’re not unlike toffees…except nicer.
- Half a loaf of Soreen
- 100g white chocolate
- Cocktail sticks
- Sheet of greaseproof paper
- Using a good sharp serrated knife, cut the half-loaf of Soreen into 10-12 roughly even chunks (they won’t be perfect cubes – it’s squishes when you cut it!)
- Stick a cocktail stick in each chunk
- Melt the white chocolate in a bowl
- Dip each chunk in the chocolate, twist until covered and then place on the greaseproof paper to set
- When set, pull out the cocktail sticks and eat
Simple, fun and has lasted me all week. Will you try it?
Disclosure: Soreen sent me some bars and loaves to try, but I’ve bought many more before and since. No payment was received for this post. All posts are 100% honest.