Soreen have been around for 75 years did you know, creating malt loaf with the same unique recipe ever since. To celebrate this achievement they've decided to give their customers a little treat, and create a chocolate malt loaf - still all the squidginess of the original loaves but with the added luxury of chocolate chips.
I handed a few out at the school gate, and took some into preschool for the staff to share. A couple of the comments were 'so wrong, yet so right!' and 'it's not cake, it's not bread....it's just so lovely'.
I then came home, rummaged in the cupboards and made dessert that was gooey and squidgy and malty and chocolatey and.....bloody lovely!
Gooey Malted Chocolate Slices - serves 4 (ish)
1 loaf of Chocolate Soreen
8 slices of banana
2 tbsp Nutella
- Slice the Soreen into 8 pieces
- Lay 4 slices into a small buttered ovenproof dish
- Lay the banana slices on top, and the Rolo's on top of those
- Lay the remaining 4 slices of Soreen on top of the Rolo's and press down with the back of a fork
- Spread the Nutella over the top
- Cover with foil and bake in a 180 C oven for approx 20 minutes until the bananas have softened
This would be great served with ice cream but that will have to be next time as we had none. The Soreen was all gooey in the centre but crispy on the outside, a very similar texture to brownies.
Limited Edition Chocolate Soreen is available in Asda from today (25th April) for 6 weeks, and in Morrisons from 20th May for 3 weeks and Sainsbury's from 23rd May for 3 weeks - get them whilst you can!
I have been paid to spread the word about new Chocolate Soreen. All words and recipes are my own.
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