And here’s another one from Barbara….
- 1.5 cups sugar
- ¼ cup (approx) water
- 1 cup Pic’s Really Good Peanut Butter
- Milk chocolate
Use water to wet the sugar. Bring to the boil and boil until it turns light golden brown. (this is usually called toffee)
Remove from the heat and add Pic’s Really Good Peanut Butter and stir very well and very quickly until it’s completely combined.
Rapidly spread out as thinly as you can onto a biscuit tray lined with a silicone sheet. It should cover most of the tray. When it’s set spread it with melted milk chocolate
When that’s set, turn the slab over, peel off the silicon sheet and spread the other side with melted milk chocolate. (I’m really a dark chocolate fan but in this instance milk choc is definitely better. Sometimes I mix half and half milk and dark). Just spread the chocolate thinly or you’ll get fat.
When it’s cold, snap into bits and eat it as fast as you can or it’ll get stolen. You can also impress people by generously giving them some, but don’t tell them how you made it. Let them think you’re a culinary prince! (or queen as the case may be)