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Crackle Pop Cookie Sandwich

Am I the only childish one who finds popping candy a wonderful fun nostalgia?
The little tingles on the tip of your tongue, the deep crackles & fizzes at the back of your throat. Everyone innocently opening their mouths in (lets face it) a disgusting, humorous way - tongue out, mouth wide - "waaait, argh can you hear...can you hear it, ahh, now, ahhh?" 
I baked these after being tasked with pudding duty for a family dinner.
I wanted something easy, a little fun (for the smalls) and something to marvel over for the adults.  

You'll need: 
200g plain flour 
1 large egg
75g light muscovado sugar 
75g caster sugar
150g butter, softened
2tbsp vanilla extract
1/2 tbsp bicarbonate soda
180g popping candy chocolate chunks 

For the sauce (for 1): 
150g popping candy chocolate
2tbsp milk

Cream together the butter & sugars.

Add the vanilla and beat in the egg. 

Sieve in the dry ingredients. 
That's your flour, bio soda & a pinch of salt.

Mix together & stir in the chunks of candy chocolate.

Poke all the chunks inside the dough (protecting them as much as possible from the heat) & roll into balls. Place on a baking sheet.

Bake for 15 minutes. Leave to cool. 
Maybeee eat one warm, make sure they aren't poisonous, you know. 

Melt the chocolate in a bain-marie. 

Add the milk and stir. Add a dash of boiling of water, this will make it nice & shiny. 

Pour the chocolate onto one cookie's bottom (you could add ice cream here, if you were really wild) 
Sandwich together & serve. 
Sit round a table with open, fizzy mouths, full of cookie & chocolate. 


  1. yummm! never heard of this candy - how interesting it sounds!

    you've got a lovely blog - thanks for checking out mine :)

  2. Oh my heck these look amazing! Those chocolate bars are my favourite at the moment. One time I ate on in a meeting. Bad idea. I'm going to have to try these out xxx

  3. i'm drooling. this looks (and sounds) amazing!

  4. Thanks for reading Annie x

  5. Oh my goodness! This looks absolutely delicious. Definitely trying this recipe out this weekend!

  6. you are definitely not the only one! popping candy ice cream just brings back memories.
    oh, and that looks amazing!

    Teffy { Teffys Perks Blog }


    1. In ice cream!? That sounds amazing! x

  7. Holy moly these pictures are mouth watering! Love it! One can never have too much chocolate. :)