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    Seriously Chocolatey Chocoholic Shocker

    A Seriously chocolatey hit with a crispy chocolate meringue topping

    What makes it the ultimate summer Seriously From Waitrose dessert?

    Summer time is the time to treat yourself to something fantastically yummy and indulgent, but with the minimal effort .This dessert from the Seriously range, is guaranteed to suceed!


    • Biscuit Base;
      30g butter
      30g plain chocolate
      100g chocolate digestive biscuits, crushed with a rolling pin

      Chocolate filling;
      125g plain chocolate
      2 eggs seperated

      Chocolate meringue top;
      2 egg whites
      50g granulated sugar
      50g caster sugar


    1. Base; Melt butter and chocolate, add crushed biscuits. Mix. Put in loose based flan tin (20cm), and press down. Chill. Chocolate filling; Melt chocolate, add the 2 egg yolks. Mix . Whisk the egg whites, until soft peaks form. Fold the egg whites into the chocolate mixture. Pour into tin . Chill. Meringue; Whisk egg whites until stiff. Add gran.sugar and whisk til stiff. Fold in caster sugar. Use to create a circle on baking tray. Bake 2 hours at 100c. Place on top of chocolate filling.

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