Chocolate Biscuit Squares

“You’re so sweet you’re going to give me tooth cavities!”-unknown

These are the chocolate squares you usually find in school tuck-shops and at cake sales. Our cafeteria at varsity also sold them. If you are in the mood for something chocolatey and sweet these are the treats you need. And they are really easy to make!

“What is the meaning of life? All evidence to date suggests it’s chocolate…” 😉

Chocolate Marie Biscuit Squares

You need:
Large mixing bowel (microwave safe)
Oven/baking Tray

1 packet of Marie Biscuits (200g)-crushed
250g butter
500g icing sugar
1 beaten egg
3mls vanilla essence
1/2 cup cocoa

Melt butter in microwave. Add icing sugar and cocoa and mix well. Add egg and vanilla essence and mix well. Add crushed biscuits and mix. Press mixture flat onto prepared baking tray about 1.5 cm thick. Put in fridge. Cut into squares and enjoy. Store in air-tight container in fridge.


‘Put “eat chocolate” at the top of your list of things to do today. That way, at least you’ll get one thing done.’

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1 Response to Chocolate Biscuit Squares

  1. Danielle says:

    This was my favourite treat growing up. I have the fondest memories of me and my granny making these. Thank you for sharing the recipe, I am definately going to make them this weekend!

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