Tiffin is one of those recipes that you can make with just about anything – just find something crumbly, and add a load of chocolate and that’s about it!
I remember making tiffin when I was younger a lot as it was one of those things that you could make without needing to use an oven, and so it was relatively safe for me to make without supervision – which probably meant I ate quite a lot of the mix too! Ha!
This particular tiffin is a real treat, because what combination is better than peanut butter and chocolate?!
I wanted to try making tiffin with added peanut butter and using Peanut Butter Crunchy Nut as my “something crumbly”, and it actually turned out really well! M even said it tastes like Toffee Crisp, which I will totally take – love me a toffee crisp!
Makes: 25 Bitesize or 16 Large Tiffin Chunks
What You Need:
- Square tin
- Large Microwaveable Bowl
- Greaseproof paper
- 100g Butter
- 700g Milk Chocolate
- 50g Golden Syrup
- 80g Peanut Butter (either Crunchy or Smooth – whatever you fancy!)
- 275g Crunchy Nut Peanut Butter Clusters
How To Do It:
- Line the tin with Greasproof paper.
- Place the Butter in the large microwaveable bowl and melt in the microwave
- Add the Golden Syrup and 500g of the Milk Chocolate (set the remaining 200g aside for the top)
- Stir well.
- Place in the microwave for 30 seconds and stir again, Repeat as necessary until the chocolate is completely melted – this won’t take as long as you think as the syrup gets really hot and helps to melt the chocolate so be careful not to overdo it!
- Pour the Crunchy Nut Clusters into a sandwich bag and crush with a rolling pin until completely crumbled.
- Add the crushed Crunchy Nut Clusters and Peanut Butter to the Melted Chocolate mix and stir until completely combined.
- Pour into the tin and place in the fridge until set – should take about 45 mins to an hour.
- Melt the remaining 200g Chocolate in the microwave until smooth.
- Pour over the top of the Tiffin and place back in the fridge for 20-30 minutes until set.
- Cut into bitesize pieces – it will be crumbly underneath, but if you use a nicely sharp knife it’ll cut well.
*This is not a sponsored post, however the Crunchy Nut Peanut Butter Clusters were gifted to me to try out, so I thought I’d try baking with them!*