The Crazy Kitchen: March 2014

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Monday, 31 March 2014

Tried & Tested : March

This month has been another busy one on the testing front. The weather has been beautiful and Spring like and we've been spending a lot more time outdoors, and whizzing around in my new convertible - did I mention that I have a new car?!

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Enough of the car though, and back to business. Here's what we've been getting our hands on this month.

Peanut Butter Maker from find me a gift.
We loved using this to make our own peanut butter, knowing exactly what has gone into it. The peanut butter was lovely and I used it to make some Peanut Butter Cups.

This is a monthly subscription service to a surprise food box. Last month I was disappointed with the contents of the box but this month was more suited to my tastes. You can read more about the box here, as well as my recipe for Chorizo & Pepper Fried Rice.

As part of the Shortcuteggsperts challenge I have created my first recipe using British Lion Eggs. Eggs that have the British Lion Quality mark means that they have been produced to the highest standard of food safety. Always look out for this mark when buying eggs. You can find my recipe for Chicken & Egg Fried Rice here.

Flexible Hot Chocolate Range
A new range of flexible drinks that can be made hot as well as cold or with water as well as milk. I used some to make Galaxy Caramel Cheesecake Bites.

Fruity and oaty bars with no artificial colours or flavours. Very bright colours available in 3 flavours - apricot, orange & ginger, strawberry or mixed berry. I quite liked these although my kids didn't - they don't like their fruit messed with!

I was lucky enough to sample some delicious wine from Aldi this month. All my favourites at great prices, and I was even luckier that I got another bottle of Aldi Prosecco and Cava for Mother's Day too!


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Lindt Creation Dessert chocolates
These were a nice treat and each box has 3 layers, with one of each flavour in each layer : tiramisu, creme brulee, meringue to name a few. I recreated a Tiramisu here.

Chef'n Cookie Stamp Set
I was looking forward to trying this cookie stamp out - a cookie cutter and stamp set in one handy container. Unfortunately, although the idea was a nice one, the stamp set didn't live up to expectations. Despite flouring the stamp, the dough stayed in the cutter and there was no easy way to get it out so I resorted to using a regular round cutter and pressing the shape into the dough by hand, a little disappointing.

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I received a selection of items to use for Jack's birthday party, including paper table ware and some trophies and medals. You can read more about them here.

Dorset Cereals
I got to sample some of the new Tasty Toasted Muesli, which was packed full of fruity & nutty bits. I used the raspberry & apple flavour to make some flapjacks here.

Rachels organic lemon yoghurt
This Greek style yoghurt was delicious and the whole family loved the creamy but fruity taste. I used it to make some breakfast pops here and a lemon cake here. I also gave a couple of pots to my friends little boy who is currently undergoing chemo and the steroids are giving him a ravenous appetite - he loved it and said it was 'really tangy'.

Cadbury Creme Eggs
It's almost Easter which means it will almost be time to say goodbye to Cadbury Creme Eggs until next year. I made the most of having a few samples and made some individual creme egg brownies.


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Lovely authentic Italian food delivered to your door. We had a great selection, enough for a couple of family meals and snacks.

McCain Special roast Potatoes
These new roasties made our early Mother's Day dinner a bit special, basted in beef dripping they tasted a bit like seaside chippy chips!

ASK Italian
A lovely Mother's Day meal was enjoyed as part of our #RespectThePasta challenge with ASK Italian.

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I was sent products above for the purpose of review






Raspberry & Apple Muesli Flapjacks

Last week I needed to rustle up a sweet snack quickly for the Mums of Jack's friends that were coming to his party. I knew that some of them would stay for a cuppa during the party or a cheeky glass of wine after and I wanted to offer them something other than cupcakes with grass green icing.

Flapjacks are nice and easy to make and only take a few minutes to prepare and not much longer to bake, and it's easy to add whatever flavours you want.

Some flavours that I've made previously are :


When I was sent some of the new Tasty Toasted Muesli from Dorset Cereals I knew that it would make great flapjacks, and I wasn't wrong. The muesli is packed with sultanas, cranberries, apple and raspberries, making the flapjacks lovely and fruity.

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Raspberry & Apple Muesli Flapjacks

150g Butter
150g Demerara sugar
150g Golden syrup
350g Fruity Muesli
  • Add the butter, sugar & syrup to a pan
  • Heat gently until all the butter has melted
  • Continue to heat, stirring regularly, until it just starts to bubble
  • Remove from heat & stir in the muesli
  • Mix well & press into a buttered baking pan
  • Bake in a 180C oven for 15 minutes
  • Allow to cool in the tin
  • Refrigerate until set before slicing into bars or squares

I was sent 3 boxes of Dorset Cereals Tasty Toasted in raspberry & apple, spelt, fruit & nut and hazelnut & brazil flavours

Sunday, 30 March 2014

ASK Italian Restaurant Review - #RespectThePasta

I've recently been selected to be part of a blogger challenge with ASK Italian. The campaign is about treating and cooking pasta properly and reminding people that pasta shouldn't just be a backup when the cupboards are bare, but instead be an exciting and creative part of your kitchen.

Pasta is at the heart and soul of every Italian meal and the reason why Italians have crafted over 600 types. In Britain pasta is often taken for granted and this campaign is about putting an end to that .

Observe the ingredients. Honour the bite. Respect the pasta.

My first challenge was a simple one - to take my family to ASK Italian and enjoy a meal. As it was Mother's Day I took the opportunity to ditch my pinny and go a complete day without lifting a finger in the kitchen. The day started with breakfast in bed, and ended with a lovely meal at ASK Italian in Lichfield.

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Hanna and Jack had meals from the children's menu which consisted of three courses. There was a set Mother's Day menu but we instead chose to eat from the main menu.  

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We shared some bread, olives, cheese & meat and Sam had a huge garlic bread with mozzarella on, which was just what a growing 13yr old, who had been running around a football pitch for over an hour, needed.

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The children's menu's had activities on, and they had a Mother's Day card to colour in whilst they were waiting for their meal. I often choose pasta or salad in an Italian restaurant but this time chose Fettuccine con Verdure so that I could taste how the experts cooked their pasta! It was absolutely delicious and a dish that I will now try and recreate at home.

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We didn't have to wait long for the food and drinks to arrive, and the staff were very friendly. At one point Jack dropped his drink onto the floor, soaking himself and smashing the glass. Someone came over quickly and reassured an upset Jack that it was ok, cleaned it all up and brought Jack another drink, this time with a plastic beaker!

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A thoroughly lovely meal that was enjoyed by all of us.

I received a voucher towards the cost of the meal as part of the #RespectThePasta campaign

Friday, 28 March 2014

Lemon Yoghurt Madeira Cake


This is a nice easy recipe that could be made for your Mum this Mother's Day - or you could make one for yourself & sit back with a cuppa and a big spoon and indulge whilst your husband and kids are doing the chores! I don't think ours will last until Mother's Day as I made it this afternoon, just before the school Mother's Day assembly, and already there is only half left!
   Lemon Yoghurt Madeira Loaf Cake



Lemon Yoghurt Madeira Cake

175g Butter, softened
175g caster sugar
3 eggs
125g Greek Style Lemon yoghurt (I used Rachel's Organic)
225g Self raising flour

Topping
150g  full fat cream cheese
100g Greek Style Lemon yoghurt (I used Rachel's Organic)
1 tbsp caster sugar
  • Beat the butter & sugar together until light & creamy
  • Beat in the eggs one at a time, and then the yoghurt
  • Mix in the flour until well combined
  • Add mixture to a loaf tin, lined with greaseproof paper, and bake in a preheated 170C oven for approx 1 hour, until cooked all the way through and golden on the top.
  • Leave to cool for 10 minutes before turning out onto a wire rack to cool fully
  • Beat the cream cheese, yoghurt & sugar together until smooth
  • Spread topping over the cooled cake


Enjoy!

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I was provided with some Rachel's Organic lemon yoghurt to use in my cooking & baking

Thursday, 27 March 2014

Special Roast Dinner

My three kids love most meals and their plates are usually cleared quickly at mealtimes. Once meal that I know, without fail, will be eaten without complaint is a good old British roast dinner.

To make our Sunday roast extra special McCain kindly sent us some of their new Special Roast Potatoes, along with other ingredients, to enable me to cook up a family feast.

The new roasties seemed to take a little longer than regular roasties to brown, although that could quite possibly be the fault of my poor old oven that is living on borrowed time. They were extremely soft and a few of the potatoes broke up, which was no bad thing as it meant there were lots of extra crispy bits.

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I don't usually cook my roast potatoes in animal fat, preferring instead to use a vegetable based fat, but these beef dripping basted potatoes made a welcome change and the taste reminded me of proper seaside chips!

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The McCain Special Roast Potatoes are made using the very best King Edward potatoes and are perfect for your family roast.


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I was provided with ingredients to make a family roast dinner for the purpose of this review.



McCain Celebrates 35 years of Oven Chips
Can you believe that the oven chip has now been around for 35 years - I do actually remember the time when all chips eaten at home were fried, and then all of a sudden the fryer was gone and chips started to come out of the oven! The taste has improved a lot over the past 35 years and there are lots of varieties of oven chips available now, including the quick cook fries which I recently discovered - they take just 5 minutes in the oven!


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Wednesday, 26 March 2014

5th Birthday Sports Party

Earlier in the week my baby boy turned 5. It doesn't seem 5 minutes since I was writing about his 4th birthday party, and not much longer ago than that we were bringing him home from the hospital.

He once again insisted on a football birthday cake and couldn't be swayed into having a much simpler chocolate one. I dusted off my Wilton Sports Ball tin and made a Madeira cake ball. This time I decided to add a surprise of chocolate footballs to the inside by cutting out a section from each half with a round cutter, filling each half with balls and then laying one on top of the other with the help of a sheet of paper which I whipped away.

The ball was then completely covered in chocolate cake covering before covering in fondant icing.

Football Birthday Cake Wilton Cake Tin

I didn't take as much time with the cutting and laying pieces on as I did last year, and it showed, with many pieces not quite meeting each other. Jack didn't seem to mind though.

5th Birthday Sports Party

At the party the children all played various games involving throwing and kicking balls to win tickets which were posted into a ticket box. They also had a round of pass the parcel and musical statues to wear them all a little bit more before sitting down to eat. They sat down to eat their party food, whilst chatting about poo (as all 5yr old boys seem to do)  followed by ice cream and cookies before singing Happy Birthday.

5th Birthday Sports Party

Whilst they were eating, the tickets were counted up before having a presentation where each child was presented with a medal and the top three highest scorers received trophies.

5th Birthday Sports Party

It was lovely to see their happy faces when they each came up to collect a medal whilst the others cheered and clapped them on. All the children were so proud of their trophies and medals.

5th Birthday Sports Party

Parties at home don't need to be stressful or expensive, but they can be exhausting. It's all worth it though to see their happy faces.

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I was provided with party plates, cups & napkins in the I Love London theme along with straws, ice cream cups, trophies and medals from dotcomgiftshop.

Breakfast Pops

Yes, it's lollipops for breakfast and they are healthy too!

If your household is rushed in the mornings and you have trouble getting breakfast inside your kids before you leave the house then how about giving them a healthy breakfast pop to lick on the way to school or nursery.

These are just made from muesli and yoghurt so you can use whatever flavours you prefer.


Breakfast Pops


Breakfast Pops - makes approx 6

Half a pot of Rachel's Organic Greek Style Lemon yoghurt
Dorset Cereals Tasted Toasted Raspberry & Apple muesli
  • Add the muesli to the half pot of yoghurt until it is almost full
  • Mix well and leave overnight in the fridge
  • Spoon into lolly moulds or, as I did, a silicone dariole mould and place half a coffee stirrer in
  • Place in the freezer until set



Breakfast Pops

Breakfast Pops
I was provided with Dorset Cereals new Tasty Toasted & Rachel's Organic Lemon yoghurts to use in my recipes

Tuesday, 25 March 2014

Great Wine for Less at Aldi

My Mum is a little partial to the odd glass of wine on a weekend and whenever she pays us a visit we always make sure we have a bottle or two of her favourite tipple. Ahead of her visit last weekend I received a very welcome package of wine from Aldi which saved me having to add a couple of bottles to the weekly shop.

Aldi wine

We both like a bit of fizz these days, although we also like rosé, white or red, depending on our mood. As we were having an early Mother's Day dinner we decided to start on the fizz.

Aldi wine

I'm no wine connoisseur but I know what I like and what I don't, and I liked this Prosecco, a lot. My Mum also loved this one and well worth the £7.29 price tag.

Aldi wine

We usually drink Cava at Christmas and it suits us both, my Mum likes dry wines and this Cava Brut is definitely one that we will add to our Christmas 2014 wine rack. I could happily drink this on it's own and I sometimes like to add a touch of Chambord to sweeten it up but this time I added a little home made Cherry Vodka, along with an umbrella and an elephant because...well, because I could!

Aldi wine

Two bottles of fizz between us was enough for one afternoon so the two bottles of Rosé were enjoyed with friends after a hectic 5th birthday party for Jack. We were impressed with both bottles and all said that they weren't bottles that we were likely to pick up when shopping, but having tasted them we definitely would now, especially the Toro Loco which was our favourite of the two.

I am still yet to try the Shiraz but thought I should give my body a rest for a while and perhaps crack it open on Mother's Day.


I received the wine for the purpose of this review




 



 
 

An Early Mother's Day Tiramisu

As many of my readers would know, I do love a challenge. A challenge involving some luxurious chocolates is one that I'm never going to turn down, and if those chocolates are made by Lindt then that's even better.

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I was sent a couple of boxes of Lindt Creation Dessert chocolates and challenged to recreate one of the desserts. I've never made a Tiramisu before, apart from a mini one at a cookery masterclass in London (which was a joint effort so doesn't really count), so I thought it would be a great opportunity to give it a go.

Many Tiramisu recipes include alcohol of some sort, whether it be rum, Tia Maria or Marsala wine but I chose not to add any to mine as my kids don't like the taste of alcohol in food (I know, I know, give it time...). To be honest they don't really like the taste of coffee either but I wasn't prepared to omit the coffee too.

Alcohol Free Tiramisu

Alcohol Free Tiramisu

2 tbsp Instant coffee granules (I used Beanies Double Chocolate coffee)
250ml boiling water
200g Boudoir fingers 
250g Mascarpone cheese
300ml Double cream
3 tbsp soft brown sugar
1 Cadbury flake
  • Mix the coffee and boiling water together until dissolved
  • Add some of the coffee to a shallow dish
  • One by one roll the boudoir fingers in the coffee soaking some of the coffee up, making sure it doesn't go soggy
  • Lay the finger into your dish or trifle bowl (I used a round trifle dish so broke the fingers in half to fit around the dish)
  • Repeat with more fingers until the base of the dish is filled with one layer
  • Whisk the mascarpone, cream, sugar and 2tbsp of the coffee together until soft peaks form
  • Add one third of the mixture on top of the fingers and smooth over
  • Repeat the layers finishing off with the third layer of creamy mixture
  • Crush the flake and sprinkle over the top
  • Place in the fridge for a few hours or overnight, until firmed up



Alcohol Free Tiramisu Alcohol Free Tiramisu

Surprisingly my kids absolutely loved this, as did my Mum, who loves coffee but has never enjoyed Tiramisu before. Definitely a big hit this one and quite an impressive looking dessert in my gorgeous little trifle dish that I picked up in Sainsbury's before Christmas but hadn't yet used.

Those eagle eyed readers amongst you will notice that the picture of the chocolates next to the Tirasimu are actually Creme Brulees and not the Tirasimu chocolate - whoops, my mistake. Once I noticed my mistake it was too late as all the Tirasimu's had all been eaten from one box and I had already given the other box to my Mum as an early Mother's Day present! Note to self to pay more attention in future.

I was provided with 2 boxes of Lindt chocolates for this fun challenge

Sunday, 23 March 2014

A Taste of Majorca

I absolutely love going abroad on holiday and one of the most relaxing holidays that I can remember (apart from weekend breaks with the girls) is staying in a private villa with a pool. Whilst the kids are playing in the pool it's nice to take a break from the sun and come indoors and prepare lunch or dinner and then all sit outside still in your swimwear and eat.  When I was invited to enter a contest along with 9 other bloggers to recreate a local meal that could be cooked whilst in a holiday villa I knew that it was right up my street so couldn't refuse.


I was given Majorca as my holiday destination, where the local foods include olives, almonds, tomatoes and a chorizo type sausage called Sobrasada, to name a few.


Pork, Vegetable and Sobrasada Bake


When it's hot you don't want to be spending too long in the kitchen slaving over a hot stove so it's good to make something that can be cooked in the oven whilst you're sunbathing, swimming or playing with the kids. I decided to make a dish based on the local side dish 'Tumbet', with the addition of belly pork and Sobrasada to make it into a main, served with 'pa amb oli' - a toasted bread rubbed with garlic, tomato and drizzled with olive oil. I bought my Sobrasada and sweet paprika online from The Tapas Lunch Company who specialise in authentic Spanish food, and also provide next day delivery.


Pork, Vegetable and Sobrasada Bake

Pork, Vegetable and Sobrasada Bake - serves 5


Olive oil
700g Pork Belly slices, cut into 1-1.5 pieces
1 red onion, sliced
3 cloved of garlic, crushed
2 tsp sweet paprika
1 Aubergine, sliced
1 red pepper, deseeded and sliced
1 green pepper, deseeded and sliced
200g Sobrasada, sliced
150g pitted green olives
500g New potatoes, sliced
1 400g tin chopped tomatoes
100ml water

  • Heat some olive oil in a pan and fry the pork belly over a high heat for approx 5 minutes until browned
  • Remove the pork from the pan and set aside
  • Heat a little more oil in the pan and fry the onion, garlic & 1tsp of Paprika over a low heat for 2-3 minutes
  • Remove the pan from the heat
  • Using this pan if it's large enough, or a deep ovenproof casserole dish, start to layer everything up - start with the fried onions & garlic, then aubergine, peppers, pork, Sobrasada, olives, potatoes
  • Mix the tinned tomatoes with the water & 1 tsp of Paprika and pour over everything
  • Place a lid on or cover with tight fitting foil
  • Place in a preheated 140C oven for 2 hours 7 then uncover, turn the oven up to 180C and cook for a further 30-40 minutes


Pa amb oli

Bread
garlic clove, sliced in half
large tomato, sliced in hlaf
Olive oil

  • Lightly toast slices of bread
  • Rub with the cut side of the garlic clove over the bread
  • Rub the cut side of the tomato over the bread, squeezing some of the pulp onto the bread
  • Drizzle with olive oil



Pork, Vegetable and Sobrasada Bake

Total cost came in at just under £10, making this a great value meal.



Pork, Vegetable and Sobrasada Bake Pork, Vegetable and Sobrasada Bake


I was reimbursed for the cost of the ingredients

Friday, 21 March 2014

Mother's Day Cake

On Mother's Day last year my parents came for lunch along with my Mother in law, and I made a raspberry cheesecake. The year before my eldest made me a lovely chocolate cake, as well as writing me a tear jerker of a poem which he read out in school assembly.

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This year it's going to be a quiet affair, with just the 5 of us (unless there are any surprises that I don't know about!) as my parents are going to my brother's for the weekend. Instead they are visiting us this weekend, which times in nicely with Coppenrath & Weise challenging me to decorate a cake for Mother's Day.

I'm the first to admit that my fondant icing skills leave a lot to be desired so I opted for the 'more is more' approach and loaded up the cake with double cream whipped with Galaxy caramel hot chocolate, topped with Morello cherries and a bag of mini eggs.

Mother's Day Cake

I found a free printable Mother's day bunting on Pinterest which I tied to some dowels from the design kit.

Mother's Day Cake


The cake looked pretty impressive when it was finished and didn't take me long at all. It goes to show that you don't always need to bake your own cakes for a special occasion and can make a shop bought one your own with just a few additions.

Mother's Day Cake


I was provided with the cake and some additional items in the design kit for the purpose of this challenge.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

Sous Vide BBQ Sausages

Before I had my Sous Vide I used to think that it was just a posh way of cooking meat and not something that would fit into a family kitchen. Over the past couple of weeks the Sous Vide has definitely proved its worth in this busy family kitchen and has become and ideal solution to cooking dinner whilst I'm out of the house.

A slow cooker is great for making stews and casseroles but what about when you plan to have chops or sausages for your dinner.  With the sous vide the meat can sit in its warm bath of water for anywhere between one & four hours (depending on the cut of meat and temperature of the water) and then be finished off in a hot pan, or even a bbq.

Last weekend the weather was lovely again and perfect for a spot of outdoor cooking, but instead of risking the sausages ending up like a lump of charcoal I popped them in the sous vide at 65C for a couple of hours and then straight onto the hot bbq to brown off. Remember that the sausages are already completely cooked through in the sous vide hence avoiding any risk of them being undercooked.


Sous Vide BBQ Sausages

These were our usual brand of Cumberland sausages but I can honestly say that they had a much more intense flavour than normal, which I assume is due to the cooking method.

I can't wait until the Summer now for plenty of hassle free barbecues with friends.

I also managed to cook some boiled eggs, although I've realised that I didn't take a note of the temperature or cooking time after the 2nd successful attempt so I'm kind of back to square one with that one!

Sous Vide Boiled Eggs

The eggs were good though so I will be trying them again and taking notes next time.


Sous Vide recipes





I was provided with the Sous Vide Discovery Thermo Circulator for the purpose of review

Tuesday, 18 March 2014

Easy Pizza

I cook meals from scratch most nights and we very rarely have takeaways or eat out, which can become a bit exhausting in the kitchen if I'm totally honest. Sometimes I just want to make something quick, but still want it to be tasty and not out of a box that I've plucked from the freezer.

Warburtons wraps have many uses, including as an alternative for naan bread with a curry as well as being great for making quick pizzas.  You can add whatever toppings you like but one of the favourites here is mozzarella, red pepper and pepperoni, with added Jalapenos for the adults.

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The tomato sauce is simply made from a good quality ketchup mixed with red pesto and smothered over the wrap.

Add slices of mozzarella, pepperoni, peppers and a sprinkling of dried oregano.

Bake in a 180C oven for approx 10 mins and then serve with salad for a quick lunch or dinner.


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Monday, 17 March 2014

Galaxy Caramel Cheesecake Bites

Sometimes the things I get asked to review on this blog are for me, sometimes for all of us and sometimes for the kids. This one was definitely for the kids.

Hot chocolate milkshakes

I'm not a lover of hot chocolate, my hot drink of choice at the moment would be a strong coffee (with hot milk), regular tea (not too much milk) or Fennel (no milk), but I am partial to the occasional chocolate milkshake (great for a hangover) from time to time.

This new range of chocolate drinks can be made however you like, to suit whoever is drinking them - hot, cold, with milk or with water, and some even have chocolate pieces.

Just to prove how versatile these drinks are I mistakenly made a cold milkshake with the Malteser hot chocolate instead of the intended Mars hot or cold drink. 

chocolate milkshake

I then went on to make some mini cheesecake bites using the Galaxy Caramel hot chocolate.
  Galaxy Caramel chocolate Cheesecake Bites

Galaxy Caramel Cheesecake Bites - makes approx 30

100g Digestive biscuits, crushed
40g butter, melted
200g Philadelphia cream cheese
50g Galaxy Caramel hot chocolate powder
1 egg
Galaxy Caramel for decoration 

  • Mix the crushed biscuits with the melted butter
  • Spoon a little into the base of petit fours cases and press down
  • Beat the cream cheese, hot chocolate powder and egg together
  • Spoon a little onto the biscuit base and smooth out
  • Bake in a preheated 170C oven for approx 12 minutes
  • Allow to cool fully and then place in the fridge for a few hours
  • Place half a piece of Galaxy Caramel on top of each cheesecake


Galaxy Caramel chocolate Cheesecake Bites
Galaxy Caramel chocolate Cheesecake Bites


I was sent the selection of drinks for the purpose of this review

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