Chocolate concrete cake and custard. This treat is delicious served hot cold or drizzled in retro pink custard. The recipe for that is here. Im not sure if this is a local or national thing people from and around the west midlands know it as chocolate concrete and others know it as chocolate crunch whichever you know it as here is the perfect recipe for you to make at home. Im off to try and test another chocolate recipe but until then do let me know how you get on with your own version.
Very easy to make with only 4 ingredients. I regularly make chocolate concrete as it is a firm favourite in my home especially for my son. Check out our simple pink custard recipe if you choose the latter option its a real blast from the past. A basic chocolate concrete or crunch as you may know it.
Its my siblings favourite. I use a 23cm sandwich tin you can use almost anything really. Plus it is a really cheap dessert. I know the school pink.
I have found the recipe for chocolate concrete on this site already but we use to have it with mint custard any ideas ive tried adding some. Makes a nice dessert in winter that kids absolutely love. Known to bend spoons if not eaten with care and skill this delicious school time goodie is also served with a pink strawberry flavoured custard. Chocolate concrete or crunch depending on who you ask is the stuff of british school dinner legend.
I tend to serve it either on its own or with plain custard although i used to love the pink custard that accompanied it in school. Chocolate concrete chocolate crunch whatever you call it during your school days this retro bake is a true childhood favourite. The actual recipe for chocolate concrete is 200g plain flour 200g sugar 50g cocoa and 100g of butter. Put it in a baking tray pat down and.
Chocolate concrete and pink custard are a match made in heaven. It was always served as a pudding but is actually more like a hard crunchy cookie. Another option is to serve this chocolate concrete cake with strawberry pink custard i guess it depends which primary school you went to. The mint flavour custard goes amazing well with the chocolate.