by Vicki Childe for £6.00
30th April 2006
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While I was begining to regret starting this project, I waded through the chocolate to melt the toffees and added a little bit of milk to make them more caramelly, then poured that on top of the set chocolate, then put the whole lot back in the fridge again while I started on the mountain of chocolate covered washing up.
Once the caramel was tacky I removed the giant biscuit from its foil prison and pressed into into the top of the caramel. After doing this I foolishly desided there was not enough caramel and so set out to the shops for more toffee, repeating the caramel stage above and pouring round the biscuity base.
After all that I melted yet more chocolate (diabetic nurse at the ready please) and sealed the whole dam lot, then - you guessed it- put it back in the fridge!
Two days later my dad began yelling about the tin in the fridge taking up valuable space for his yogurts, so I removed the beast and peeled back the foil for the comparision shot. Unfortunatly I had forgotten about my panic attack which ment the munchie had no walls and all the caramel immediatly began its escape, pouring out of the munchie, accross the worksurface and on to the floor in a bid to take over the house. Carrying on regardless I drew the munchie marks on top to finish and shoved it back in the fridge before any more caramel escaped.
When I was brave enough to actually try the mega munchie, it did taste yummy and just like the real thing, I say did as it has already been eaten as my sisters back from uni and spotted it in the fridge. I 'd love someone to give it another go and be more successful, meanwhile im still scraping caramel off the kitchen!