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S'mores PieMom and I wanted to surprise dad for Father's day.

We made this cake for dad on Saturday and luckily we could make it in secret wink

Mom let me and the smallies help (they were only allowed to decorate). It was lots of fun smile

I put the biscuits to a bag and smashed them into dust, which made the base for the cake. Then we made the chocolate pudding, which we had to stir for such a long time (mom and me took turns). It was so boring, but it smelled and tasted delicious. After 50 minutes it thickened, which meant to take only 10 minutes.

Then we poured it on the top of the crust and after about 30 minutes we put it into the fridge for a full day. The waiting was really hard and boring. On Father`s day after dinner we sent dad to the roomtongue-out and me, my sister and brother put the marshmallows on the top (we munched on a few smile and mom put it in the oven to grill the marshmallows for a few minutes until they turned gooey. And at last we got to taste it and it was delicious, gooey marshmallow, very chocolaty middle and a lovely crust.

It was very difficult to slice, but tasted great. Everybody loved it smile I think you should try it too.

 

S`mores Cake (no bake)

 

For the base:

 

250g (9oz) digestive biscuits

125g (4oz) melted butter

 

For the chocolate pudding:

 

1/2 cup cocoa powder

1 cup sugar

1/3 cup + 1 tablespoon corn flour

3 cups milk

1 tablespoon vanilla essence

3 tablespoon butter

 

For decoration:

 

1 1/2 cup marshmallow

 

1. Put the biscuits in a plastic bag and smash them to dust. Melt the butter, then pour the crushed biscuits and mix them. Then press the mixture into the flan tin. Then put it in the fridge.

 

2. In a medium pan mix cocoa powder, sugar and corn flour. Add in the milk and vanilla. Bring to a boil on medium heat. Let it boil for 1 minute.

 

3. Pour it on to the crust and cool it overnight.

 

4. Place marshmallows on top of it. Then grill it for a minute, (leave the oven the slighly open) until the marshmallows just start to brown.

 

 

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