Choco­late dog slice

Isis Town and Country - - Life - from Doris Walker’s cook­book

ONE of the eas­i­est, most-loved sweet treats is this choco­late dog slice. It has only four in­gre­di­ents and can be made in just 10 min­utes. If you have chil­dren around, they can help out by crush­ing the bis­cuits and break­ing up the choco­late. It’s a great gift and a stash can also go into the freezer, to have on hand when vis­i­tors pop in or when you need that 4pm treat.

In­gre­di­ents Makes 20 squares 120g but­ter, 6 tbs golden syrup, 450g dark choco­late, cut into small pieces 250g plain bis­cuits ½ cup fruit — op­tional

Method Line a 20cm x 20cm tin with foil. Melt the but­ter and golden syrup slowly in a large pot. Add the choco­late and stir un­til melted, re­move from the heat. Break the bis­cuits into small pieces and fold through the choco­late. Press evenly into your lined dish, cover and freeze for at least 6 hours. Cut into pieces then freeze in a con­tainer ready for use.

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