Aero Bubble TrayBake

I feel that I should introduce this recipe with a health warning…it’s highly addictive! Even more dangerously, it’s very quick and easy to make. The trouble is, it tends to disappear extremely quickly! No-one can seem to resist it. I usually make this as a Malteser traybake but one day I decided to give it a try with Aero Bubbles.  It proved to be just as popular. Whenever I make this, it doesn’t last five minutes. Don’t say I didn’t warn you 😉

Aero Bubble Traybake



**If you are planning making this for a large crowd, I strongly suggest you double the recipe!**

100g Butter
200g Milk chocolate
3tbsp golden syrup
225g crushed digestive biscuits

200g mint Aero Bubbles

100g Melted milk or white chocolate

100g Mint Aero, roughly chopped

 

In a large pan, slowly melt together the butter, chocolate and syrup then add the crushed biscuits and the Aero bubbles.
Stir together quickly then pour into a lined Swiss roll tin.  Using a wooden spoon, flatten it out as level as you can.  Melt the milk or white chocolate and drizzle over the traybake. Scatter over the chopped mint aero. Chill until set. Cut into squares and watch it disappear……

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27 thoughts on “Aero Bubble TrayBake

    1. I’m not sure if I’m honest, I’ve never tried it myself. I don’t see why not though – I believe it keeps in the fridge for about a week but mine has never lasted longer than a couple of days 🙂

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    1. It’s hard to say really, you can always cut it into smaller pieces if you need it to go further. But if you’re making it for more than 10-12 people, I would probably double the recipe. It’s very addictive!

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