This slice of deliciousness was one of our Easter specials and you lot went absolutely crazy for it! So when I was thinking about what to do for our Bake Along, I knew I just had to give you all a version you could make from home. No need to wait for Easter, this one is perfect all year round!



555g digestive biscuits

215g salted butter

75g golden syrup

435g milk chocolate

1/2 tin of condensed milk (around 198g)

170g brown sugar

57g butter

Optional - Vanilla extract or malt extract

180g Maltesers

50g white chocolate (or whatever you prefer!)



  1. Line your tin with grease-proof paper
  2. In a microwave, melt together the 215g of butter, your milk chocolate and golden syrup until melted (don't burn!) stir to combine
  3. Chop up your digestive biscuits into bitesize pieces (roughly into about 6 pieces), this works well if you have some larger and some smaller pieces
  4. Pour your wet mixture over your biscuits and stir until all combined
  5. Add the mixture to your tin, spread evenly (don't forget the corners!) and press down firmly to create your base, place this in the fridge to set
  6. Next we make the caramel. In a saucepan, add your brown sugar, 57g of butter, and your condensed milk, melt this together on a low heat, stir occasionally to help dissolve, make sure any lumps of sugar are broken down, once the mixture is a little thicker and bubbly mixture remove from the heat. Don't over boil this as it will turn into a very thick fudge type texture (this will be very hot so please be careful!)
  7. Add your vanilla and malt extract if using, stir to combine
  8. Carefully spread your caramel over the top of your tiffin using a pallet knife, make sure you get the edges! You will need to do this step a little quickly as the caramel will start to melt the base
  9. Sprinkle your Maltesers evenly over the top of the tray
  10. In the microwave, melt your white chocolate in 30 second intervals until all melted and smooth and drizzle over the top
  11. And you are done! Cut into any size slices you would like and enjoy!