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Anyone got any nice Traybake Recipes - would like something new.

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Concepta Mon 15-Sep-08 20:46:20

Was wondering if any of you had any nice Traybake Recipes - I seem to be making the same things all the time.

WhirlingStirling Mon 15-Sep-08 20:49:21

There were a few here not long ago

WhirlingStirling Mon 15-Sep-08 20:50:07

Which ones do you make ?

GentleOtter Mon 15-Sep-08 20:57:07

A whole packet of the fancy Jordans muesli with fruit & nuts
half a tin of syrup
half a pack of butter

melt everything, stir then put in tray and bake for 20 mins.

or
half pack of butter
tin of condensed milk
chocolate
melt all three together and stir
add either maltesers, revels or digestive biscuits or whatever you like
Put the mixture into tray then in the fridge for a while then wolf it with a cup of tea.

RustyBear Mon 15-Sep-08 20:59:03

Not quite a 'bake', but delicious

Chocolate & prune refrigerator bars
9 oz good milk chocolate
2 oz unsalted butter
4oz digestive biscuits
4 oz ready to eat prunes

Melt the butter & chocolate & mix together. Crush the biscuits & stir them into the melted chocolate with the roughly-chopped prunes.
Spoon into an 8" tin & smooth over. Chill for 1-2 hours, then cut into bars.

GentleOtter Mon 15-Sep-08 20:59:03

Oh I forgot. You can add softly stewed apples or a tin of fruit to the flapjacky stuff.grin

Concepta Mon 15-Sep-08 21:05:43

Whirling Stirling, I make Fifteens, Mars Bar Squares, Malteeser Squares, Carmel Squares. Havent made Malteeser Squares in a while - work out very expensive.

PuppyMonkey Mon 15-Sep-08 21:07:46

When I was at school, along long time ago, they did this absolutely gorgeous caramel tart thing. Just pastry with gooey caramel on the top. Will you make that please and send me some in the post?

Concepta Mon 15-Sep-08 21:10:41

We didn't get anything as nice as that at school - just things like tapioca!

RustyBear Mon 15-Sep-08 22:52:31

Was it Butterscotch Tart PuppyMonkey?

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