Nick’s Community Kitchen: Chocolate tiffin recipe

chocolate tiffin recipe

To keep a smile on our followers’ faces and to boost our own morale, we’ve launched a new online series with our Executive Chef Nick Hodges – “Nick’s Community Kitchen”. Every few days via our Facebook page, Nick will be demonstrating some simple but delicious and fun dishes for you all to try at home. Please click here to view our Facebook videos.

Today we bring you – Chocolate tiffin recipe

Nick says: “A family favourite in our house, this is a fantastic uncooked chocolate bar full of sweet cupboard leftovers.”

You will need:

  • 250g milk chocolate
  • 150g butter
  • 3 tbsp castor sugar
  • 3 tbsp golden syrup
  • 3 tbsp cocoa powder

And your choice of sweet cupboard leftovers:

  • Any broken biscuits (approx 200g)
  • Cake/sponge bits (up to 100g)
  • Handful of nuts, chopped or whole
  • Handful of seeds
  • Handful of dried fruit

Getting it done:

  • Line a Tupperware container with cling film or lightly butter a mould or tray
  • Melt the butter, sugar, syrup and cocoa
  • Melt the chocolate
  • Stir the raisins, biscuits and sponge bits in the butter mix – fold in fully
  • Add the melted chocolate – fold in again
  • Pour into your mould
  • Refrigerate for two hours
  • Portion into individual sweets or cut into bars
  • Yum! Enjoy, stay safe, stay healthy, and we’ll see you soon

We’d love to see how you’ve been getting on in your own home kitchen. Please send in a photo of your creations to, for your chance to be crowned our “Community Kitchen Champion.” Our winner will receive a gift voucher for the Water’s Edge restaurant, to be enjoyed when we’re back on our feet.