Chocolate Hedgehog Slice

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Chocolate Hedgehog Slice

Ingredients (to make the chocolate hedgehog slice)

  • 100g butter
  • 100g dark chocolate
  • 395g condensed milk
  • 40g cocoa powder
  • 250g plain biscuits (such as digestive or shortbread), roughly chopped

Ingredients (chocolate topping)

  • 50g butter
  • 200g dark chocolate

Method

Grease and line a slice tine with baking paper.

Chocolate Hedgehog Slice

In a saucepan melt the butter, chocolate and the condensed milk together until they are smooth and well combined. Add the cocoa and the chopped biscuits. Mix until well combined then press into tin. Place into fridge for 1 to 2 hours or until firm.

Chocolate Hedgehog Slice

Chocolate Hedgehog Slice

To make the chocolate top stir the butter and chocolate over a low heat for a couple of minutes until melted and well combined. Spread over the cold slice and smooth the top. Place into fridge for another 1 to 2 hours or until hard.

Chocolate Hedgehog Slice

Cut slice into roughly 16 pieces and enjoy! You can also add nuts for dried fruit to this slice… Replace 100g of the biscuits for pecans, hazelnuts, sultanas or almonds!

Chocolate Hedgehog Slice

Comments On This Post

  1. Normally I’m not a fan of dark chocolate, but in baking it is just too good to resist. Thank you very much for walking through step by step, I’m always so curious when I’m trying a new recipe what other peoples’ look like at the stage I’m at!

    Will definitely be trying this one.

  2. Emily

    Writing from the states – I’m wondering if “dark chocolate” is sweetened? Or if it’s what we call bittersweet or semi-sweet… Thanks!

    • Ben Dillon

      Howdy! It is what you call bittersweet or semi-sweet. Any chocolate will work for this recipe though… Whatever suits your tastes. But it is traditionally made with a high cocoa % variety.

  3. Oh my this looks delicious. Very simple and very good!

  4. Yep, I do this recipe all the time, in Hungary we call it ‘keksz csokiszalami’, which means chocolate salami with biscuits (salami because we usually do it in a longish rounded salami-like form, rather than square form). Very delicious!

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