Ethical Kitchen fair trade triple chocolate crispy cakes

Fun and simply for a Friday treat, try our fair trade triple chocolate crispy cakes, made with… you guessed it, 3 types of delicious fair trade chocolate! This recipe is so so simple, great to make with kids….. oh, and it tastes delicious.

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Fair trade triple chocolate crispy cakes

Fair trade triple chocolate crispy cakes

Makes 16-20


• 5 Bars Divine Fair trade Milk Chocolate Dubble Bar
• 150g/5oz organic butter, diced, plus extra for greasing
• 100g/3½oz Natures Path Organic Crispy rice ( Gluten Free)
• 1 Bar Divine Fair trade White Chocolate, chopped into chunks for topping
• 75g/3oz Divine Fair trade Milk chocolate
• 3 tbsp Equal Exchange Fair trade organic honey

Preparation method
1. Grease a 20cm/8in square, deep-sided baking tin with organic butter.
2. Rest a large heatproof bowl over a pan of boiling water (Ensure the bowl does not touch the water).
3. Add the Divine Milk Chocolate, Divine Dubble Bar and the butter to the bowl and stir until melted, smooth and well combined.
4. Remove the bowl from the heat, add the Crispy rice, and organic honey, and fold until coated in the chocolate mixture.

fairtrade chocolate recipe

fairtrade chocolate recipe

5. Spoon the mixture into the prepared tin and press down to form an even layer, pushing the mixture into the corners and sides of the tin. Set aside to cool.
6. Cover with small chunks of Divine white chocolate before cake hardens.
7. Chill the triple chocolate crispy cake in the fridge for several hours (overnight) until set, Cut into squares while still in the tin, then remove from the tin, stick them on a plate, and dig in!

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