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Nutty Chocolate Crunch

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Adjust Servings:
250 g biscuits (assorted) — chopped roughly
100 g butter — cut into cubes
250 g nuts (assorted)
300 g milk or plain chocolate — chopped
140 g golden syrup

Nutritional information

289.34 g
60.48 g
285.83 g
3231 mg
242 mg

Nutty Chocolate Crunch

  • Veg
    • 25 mins
    • Serves 20
    • Easy



    It’s nutty, crunchy, and most importantly, chocolaty! Nutty chocolate crunch is an exotic delicacy made from chocolate biscuits and nuts. It makes a great gift for your loved ones and it’s lovely to receive on yourself as well! Time to make some at your home and discover the joy of pure chocolate magic. This amazing recipe blends creamy chocolate with the crunchy biscuits topped with the goodness of nuts to result in a crunchy and mouth-watering delight that will leave you craving for more.

    Health Benefits

    Chocolate packs in numerous antioxidants and is great for brain health. It also reduces the risk of heart diseases and is a great mood lifter. It is known to improve blood flow as well and keeps the skin hydrated. The recipe also uses nuts which are high in calcium, iron, and Omega-3 acids. They are storehouses of powerful antioxidants.

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    How to make Nutty Chocolate Crunch

    • Line a non-stick baking tin with butter. Combine biscuits and nuts in a large bowl. If the nuts are large in size, split them into halves.
    • Boil water on low heat and in a bowl place butter, chocolate, and golden syrup over the pan of boiling water. Stir occasionally. When the mixture turns glossy and smooth, pour over the nut and biscuit mixture.
    • Add the mixture into the greased tin and flatten it lightly. Chill overnight and cut into squares.


    Chocolate is indeed the food of the goods. The scientific name of chocolate tree, Theobroma cacao, means just that! Interestingly enough, it’s not just the taste of chocolate that can drive people crazy; even the smell of chocolate is said to trigger brain waves. Now you know the reason behind your chocolate cravings! What’s more, Europeans alone consume more than half of the world’s chocolate. Chocolates contain Theobromine, which can potentially kill a human. You’ll need to consume some 10 kg of chocolate to die to poisoning, though.

    Chocolate’s not the favorite of humans alone. Mice are said to prefer chocolate to cheese! Basically, mice are driven towards sweet-smelling foods and chocolates make the perfect delicacy!

    Ava Murphy

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