This is a crunchy n gooey biscuit chocolate that’ll take u by surprise rite with the first bite. Though it looks just chocolatey, the hidden oat n caramel layers make it a delicious treat.
I have used aluminium foil to make a cupcake mould. So this is an easy to assemble quick to make biscuit treat. You could also use cupcake liners or If u do not have aluminium foil with u, this could be made even in a cake tin n cut into squares/bars.
This was a favourite at parties during my Mumbai days n one of the best sold item. So let’s c how to do it. ??
Oaty caramel surprise
( 1 cup – 250 ml.)
Unsalted butter – 38 gms.(1/6th cup approx.)
Brown sugar – 1/6 cup
Rolled Oats – 1/4 cup
All purpose flour – 1/2 cup
Unsalted butter – 2 tbsp.
Brown sugar – 2 tbsp.
Condensed milk – 3/4 cup
Dark chocolate – 100 gms.
White chocolate – For piping design (Optional)
Makes approx. 11 biscuit treats.
- First let us get the foil cups ready by cutting square pieces of aluminium foil n inserting into each muffin mould to get cup shape.
- Take softened butter n whisk the sugar well in this.
- To this add flour, oats n mix with a fork or crumble with ur palm to make the biscuit base.
- Spread small portions of these crumbles into each foil cup n slightly press down to from an even layer.
- Now bake in a pre-heated oven at 180C for 15-20 mins./ till the base appears slightly golden in colour. Keep this aside n let the biscuit layer cool.
- Meanwhile let’s make the caramel layer. Add the butter, sugar n condensed milk in a sauce pan n bring to boil.
- the caramel starts leaving the sides of the pan transfer immediately to another bowl. Take ample quantity of the caramel n pour over the biscuit base in the foil cups.
- Now to make the Chocolate layer, melt the chocolate in a double boiler.( I used Amul dark chocolate with 55% cocoa)
- Pour this over the caramel layer n let it set slightly.
- Now take the white chocolate, double boil over simmering water. Pipe the melted chocolate over the dark chocolate layer. Serve.