Remember Fuse Bars? Chocolate bars with raisins, fudge pieces, rice krispies and peanuts. Make your own at home with this simple no-bake recipe! How to make Homemade Cadbury Fuse Bars…
Remember Fuse Bars?!
I have a slightly over-enthusiastic fondness for them, born of a visit to Cadbury World in Birmingham the week they launched. At every step we were showered with more Fuse bars, and greedy me loved it.
Fuse Bars were similar to a chocolate biscuit cake or tiffin in a way – there was raisins, peanuts, rice krispies and fudge pieces, covered in Cadbury chocolate.
They were more intensely chocolatey than the (quite similar) Picnic bar though – with a lot more chocolate than the bits inside.
Since we’re cruelly denied the right to buy them nowadays, I thought I’d show you How to make Homemade Cadbury Fuse Bars!
- 400g Cadbury Dairy Milk
- 200g Nestle Crunch
- 100g salted peanuts
- 60g raisins
- 1 Cadbury Fudge Bar
- Prepare a 9 inch by 9 inch brownie pan by lining it with tin foil and set aside.
- In the microwave, melt 300g of the dairy milk with the nestle crunch chocolate, then once it's melted, stir in the peanuts, raisins and chopped up cadbury fudge bar.
- Smooth the chocolate mixture into the bottom of the tin, levelling it out. Then, melt the other 100g of Dairy Milk and cover the top of the chocolate mixture with it. Pop it into the fridge to set - after 2 hours, lift the bars out using the tin foil and cut into rectangular bars.
- Store in an airtight tin for up to ten days.
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