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Millionaire's Shortbread

Posted by Bee & John on September 20, 2011 at 10:20 AM

Amy left a comment on Lemon Merangue post - about Millionaire's Shortbread.  She described it as shortbread base, caramel layer and choc top.  Sounded fantastic so I tried it!


She also asked about a low sugar caramel - I also did that and that's the next post.


How to make this delicious shortbread??


Easy - make the Shortbread from the EveryDay Cookbook - the one you get with the Thermomix - and then - when cold - spread a little caramel then squiggle on some chocolate.


HINT: don't put too much caramel - it makes it TOO sweet - besides, it's Millionaire's Shortbread, not shortbready caramel :)

LESSON: I tried both solid choc top AND squiggly - but a) squiggly looked better and b) easier to eat and c) it looked better.  I know I said that twice, but the squiggly lines looked nice and it also showed the caramel beneath so it is worth a second mention LOL

LESSON: cut shortbread in small pieces - these are quite rich

LESSON: Read and follow the hint in the recipe - it says to cut the schortbread straight from the oven and WAIT.  Then, when a bit cooler (I waited 15 minutes) THEN take out and cool on a wire rack.




Categories: Baking, Easy Specialties, My Favourite Recipes

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3 Comments

Reply trudy
3:00 AM on April 2, 2014 
Tried this today and Bee it's a winner......so nice and morish!!!!!
Reply Bee & John
10:49 PM on September 25, 2011 
Amy - you certainly have!! I brought a large plate of it to a children's centre fund raiser on Friday and it went so fast I didn't even have the time to take a photo! Thanks again!
Reply Amy
7:49 AM on September 20, 2011 
Again, you're a legend. I love hints for recipes; there is so much variation to be considered between the lines of the method and ingredients. Hope I've helped you find a new favourite . . .