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Are you celebrating Guy Fawkes Night?
Get creative with this mouth-watering bonfire stack built from gorgeous chocolate brownies, sumptuous Wall’s Cream of Cornish ice cream, chocolate sticks and a butterscotch sauce to recreate the glow of the fire.
Plus you may like to try some of these fun craft activities at your bonfire party. Guy Fawkes Night Crafts For Kids
Makes a 6” square – 4 x 3” round or 9 x 2” round
Preheat the oven to 140C (fan) gas 3.
Melt the chocolate and allow it to cool. Grease a 6” square deep cake tin and line with non-stick baking parchment.
All ingredients should be at room temperature. Beat the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy
Add the eggs a little at a time until they are all incorporated.
Pour in the melted chocolate, beating all the time. Next stir in the vanilla and fold in the flour. Spoon the mixture into the lined tin and bake for 40 minutes.
Allow tthe brownies to cool before removing from the tin. Cut out rounds with 3” cutter or 2” cutter.
Melt the butter, sugars and golden syrup together in a saucepan until melted.
Continue to heat for 5 minutes. Add the vanilla extract and double cream and heat for 2 minutes until completely smooth.
Blitz the chopped mango in a food processor together with the orange zest and 3 tbsp juice.
To serve, place some of the chocolate brownies on a large white plate. Top with a rounded scoop of Wall’s Cream of Cornish ice cream or alternatively Wall’s Soft Scoop Vanilla ice cream. Surround the bonfire stack with 8 chocolate sticks. Pour over the hot butterscotch sauce or mango coulis. Insert an indoor sparkler, light as the pudding is brought to the table and serve immediately.
Alternatively you could substitute the Cream of Cornish ice cream with a scoop of Wall’s Soft Scoop Mint Choc Chip ice cream, chocolate mint sticks and a hot chocolate sauce:
Melt the chocolate and butter together in a microwave. Boil the cream in a saucepan then pour over the chocolate and butter. Stir until all melted and smooth.
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