Who doesn’t love a Tim Tam? Whether it is with a cup of tea or as an after drop off reward, there’s something very comforting about that velvety chocolate biscuit. I came across this recipe at Good Chef, Bad Chef and I had to make it. Be warned it is not safe in my fridge as it disappears all too fast. After 2 squares I decided it was best taken to school for our fabulous staff. Give this recipe a try for morning tea duty, cake stall or because you deserve a wicked treat at the end of the week.
- 2 packets of Tim Tam biscuits – 1 finely processed, the other roughly chopped
- 1/3 cup condensed milk
- 45g butter
- 250g milk chocolate
- 2 tablespoons vegetable oil
- Line a square cake tin with baking paper.
- Finely process a packet of tim tams and put into a medium bowl.
- Roughly chop the remaining packet of tim tams and place in the bowl with the tim tam crumbs.
- Heat the butter and condensed milk on the stovetop until combined. pour over tim tams and sit to combine.
- Press the tim tam mixture into the slice tin and refrigerate for an hour.
- Melt the chocolate and oil gently until smooth. Pour over the tim tam mixture and refrigerate until set.
- When you’re ready to cut up the slice, sit it on the bench for 10 minutes and then cut into squares.