How to make a simple Malteser cake without baking it or leaving it in the fridge

How to make a simple Malteser cake without baking it or leaving it in the fridge


Super simple (Picture: Laura Middleton/Facebook)

A mum has shared a super easy no-bake recipe that even the most amateur bakers won’t mess up.

Laura Middleton, from Kingston-upon-Hull, explained how the simple recipe doesn’t include any items currently missing in supermarket shelves such as flours and extracts.

All it requires a bag of Maltesers, Digestive biscuits, butter, golden syrup, and some white chocolate.

Taking to Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, the mum shared the seven steps to create the delicious dessert at home.

And good news, you don’t need to fiddle with the oven as this dish requires no baking nor leaving in the fridge to chill.

But it does require time to set as Laura recommends leaving the cake on the side overnight, ready to eat the next day.

You know what they say, good things come to those who wait.

Crush Digestives, Malteser and add butter and syrup (Picture: Laura Middleton/Facebook)

To begin, you have to crush the Digestive biscuits and Maltesers in a large bowl before adding melted butter and golden syrup.

Spread the mixture out evenly on a tray and add melted white chocolate on top.

Then sprinkle a handful of blended Maltesers over the top and finish off with chocolate buttons.

The last step is to just let it set overnight, ready to dig into the following day.

Let it set overnight (Picture: Laura Middleton/Facebook)

Members of the Facebook group can’t wait to get started.

Some said they already tried the recipe and it worked a treat on them. Others say they plan to make it soon.

One person wrote on the post: ‘oh God I want this now!’ with others sharing the sentiment, saying: ‘I have to try this now’.

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Others wondered what happens if the cake is left in the fridge however people pointed out that it turns too hard and the chocolate ends up cracking.

Malteser cakes are certainly popular as another Facebook group, the Slow Cooker Recipes and Tips page shared a Malteser and Baileys fudge that proved to be a hit.

It doesn’t require much effort and takes just a few hours to cook.

Our kind of baking.

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