An updated recipe to the one I wrote last year. And to be honest, I know its not yet Easter, but the Easter Eggs are in the supermarkets and I couldn’t keep this to myself until then, so here it is. It when down very well with colleagues and Noah alike. I had to share it sooner rather than later. Just when everyone is looking to Mothers Day! Oh…I’d better check what Noah’s Mum would like me to bake for that……
Gluten free Millionaires Shortbread Easter-Mash-Up
I used an 8″X11″ cake tin, lined with greaseproof
Pre heat the oven to Gas 2 – middle shelf for baking
Cream together 60g Caster Sugar and 120g soft butter. Then mix in 120g of Dove Farm Rice Flour, 75g Cornflour, plus 1/4 teaspoon of Xanthum Gum. Mix together to bring together to form a dough.
Press this into the cake tin. Ensuring you get into the corners and level this off. I used the back of a spoon.
Bake this for approx. 25-30 mins. it should have a light brown tinge. Remove from the oven and leave to cool, before putting the next bit on.
For the caramel – dissolve 80g of dark brown sugar with 80g of butter, in a heavy based saucepan. This takes a couple of minutes, but you must ensure all the sugar is dissolved. Stir continuously so that the mix doesn’t burn or stick to the bottom of the pan. Then pour in one tin (397g) of Carnation Condensed milk and over a medium heat stir this until it begins to bubble and thicken. About 4 mins. Pour this over the cooled shortbread and again, leave to cool.
For the topping – melt in a bowl, set in a saucepan over simmering water (don’t let the bowl touch the water) 180g Belgian Milk Chocolate (I use Callebaut) pour then, over the cooled and now set caramel.
Then scatter over 4 Cadbury Crème Eggs cut in half, Cadburys Mini Eggs and some large Chocolate Buttons oh, and 2 small Cadburys Crunchies, just crushed in your hands.
Cool again – can be quicken if you leave the cake in the fridge. But if you leave to cool, covered, at room temperature it will be easier to cut. Once cooled you can cut into as many squares as you want and into any size.
Enjoy and let me know how you get on.
2 thoughts on “Gluten Free Millionaires Shortbread-Easter Mash Up”
This looks absolutely scrumptious! So many yummy treats packed into it. I’m drooling 🙂 xxx
thank you, they went down very quickly as they were particularly moreish 🙂 x
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