The Igor’th Caketh Rethipe

The Igor'th Caketh Rethipe

A note in scrawly handwriting, found tucked into the pages of a very battered old copy of Nanny Ogg’s Cookbook:

Igor’th Caketh

Igorth are renowned for the thpeed and accurathy of their thurgical operathionth, and even more tho for the exthellent rethulth (and thould we thay, thurvival rateth). Patht patienth thing their praitheth, for an Igor’th accurate thtitching and attentionth to detail hath many a time been the differenth between life, death and thevere dithfigurementh.

There ith no prethent an Igor liketh more than any thpare organth or parth you may have lying around, but if you are looking for thomething extra thpecial for your Igor thith Hogthwatch, look no further than Igor’th caketh. A theathonal delicathy from Überwald, jutht like the Igorth it ith quick, flexthible and therveth up a treat!

Bathic ingredienth:
100g butter
225g plain chocolate
2tbsp. golden syrup
2tbsp. cocoa powder
2tbsp. caster sugar

Fillingth:
100g Maltesers
100g white chocolate chips
100g tiny marshmallows
225g ginger biscuits, broken into small pieces

Opthional topping:
Extra chocolate
Icing sugar

Method:
1. Line a baking tin with greaseproof paper.
2. Melt the butter, plain chocolate, golden syrup, caster sugar and cocoa. Leave the mixture for 10 minutes to cool down.
3. Place the Maltesers, white chocolate chips, marshmallows and ginger biscuits into a bowl. These ingredients can be swapped for others, such as fudge, raisins, chocolate buttons and other types of biscuit if you do not like the ones listed here.
4. Bind the dry ingredients with the chocolate mixture.
5. Pour the mixture into the baking tin and put in the fridge for a minimum of 2 hours to set.
6. If the dry ingredients are not fully covered by the chocolate, you may wish to make an additional topping for the cake. Simply melt additional chocolate and spread over the cooled cakes, then place back into the fridge.
7. Remove the set cakes from the fridge, cut up into pieces and dust with icing sugar.

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