Broken biscuits - we got ours from the indoor market. The big tin boxes with glass windows were just at eye level to a small child. A 1 lb. bag of mixed - kept us going all week. Mum & Dad occasionally had a small bag of wafers but if we were having visitors we had a 1 lb. bag of chocolate broken biscuits. How times have changed :)
Woolworths sold loose biscuits from glass fronted 'bins'. There was always one which contained broken biscuits at a much cheaper price. These were the best in a child's opinion as you got some of everything!
Marie Biscuit Chocolate Fudge: 250g butter, 500g icing sugar, ½ cup good quality cocoa, 1 egg, slightly beaten 1 packet Marie biscuits broken into pieces Melt butter, add icing sugar and cocoa and mix well. Stir in the beaten egg mixture + mix well. Add the biscuits and fold in until they're covered. Pour mixture into pan + flatten with spatula. Cool in refrigerator, cut into squares.
Lazy Cake. This is a no bake cold desert. I've known this desert all my life. I've tried different recipes, this is the best 100g butter 2/3 cup cocoa 1 can condensed milk 360g Marie biscuits (tea biscuits) roughly broken * In pan over medium heat, melt the butter add cocoa and milk, mixing all the time until all combined. Let cool for a while. * Pour cocoa mixture on to biscuits and with your hands mix together until the biscuits are will combined with the cocoa mixture. * Divide the…