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Possibly one of the easiest recipes we've made on GWS, this recipe takes 15 of everything so there's practically no weighing involved!


Prep time: Overnight

Cooking time: -

Makes: 15 fifteens


Ingredients:

15 digestive biscuits 15 marshmallows 15 glacé cherries 175-200ml condensed milk 100g desiccated coconut



1. I'll take fifteen of everything!

As if you are a psychopath, gather your 15 glacé cherries on a board and half them. Crush your 15 digestive biscuits in the same manner that Jim from Friday night dinner would




Artfully throw the biscuits and cherries to a bowl along with the 15 marshmallows cut into quarters and around 175ml of condensed milk. Stir together to make a cohesive mixture. If it is still dry, add some more condensed milk



Lay down some sheets of clingfilm and sprinkle with around half of your dessicated coconut, that's roughly 50g. Roll your 15 dough into a sausage shape and lay on top of the coconut sprinkling more over top


Roll tightly in the clingfilm and leave in the fridge over night, much to the confusion of your other family members every time they look in the fridge.



2. The next morning at elevenses...or fifteenses?


Carefully unwrap your dough and slice (conveniently) into fifteen pieces!



Dink and sink!



Food for Thought

Lizzy says: "I'm glad that we finally made an Irish recipe, especially as we're getting hyped up for our family Ireland pilgrimage. I would have guessed this was an American recipe, but I also would have guessed that rocky roads were (they are actually Australian!). The process was very easy, and lots of fun because we got to do it together. Wrapping the whole affair in non-sticky cling film was not so much fun, and it looked like a big bag of dandruff in the fridge, which was not appetizing. The end result was good, but I found it far too sweet.. but I'm sure children love it 4/10"




Kate says: "I was inspired to make these after seeing them in a Sorted video . They weren't, however, quite what I was expecting and I'm still not sure how I feel about them 100%. But, I think my overall impression is that they are a worse version of a tiffin... They just didn't really taste of anything except sweet and that's really the best way I can describe it? Not even the coconut really tasted of anything. But I did enjoy the snacking marshmallows we had while making them, seeing as we only needed 15 from the packet. 3/10 It was a fun experiment but I don't think I would make them again"



3.5/10 Gasps


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