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Mars Bar Dip


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Mars Bar Dip

  • This is so basic, but soooo delicious!! Serve it with pieces of fruit on a platter. Use wooden skewers or cocktail forks. Provide guests with a little plate of their own to place their fruit and dip on. Don't forget the marshmallows!
  • Mars Bar Dip
  • Serves 4 to 6 as dessert
  • 4 Mars Bars
  • 1 carton whipping cream
  • 3 tbsp Liqueur - I have used Frangelico, Tia Maria, Cointreau all are delicious
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Recipe's preparation

  1. Break Mars Bars into pieces and place into Closed lid with cream. Mix on 70 degrees/speed 2 until melted and homogeneous. Add liqueur and mix a little more.





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Tip

 Can be prepared in advance and reheated gently in the Varoma or over hot water on the stove.


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  • Loved it.  I used some

    Submitted by ebaquilter on 11. January 2015 - 15:59.

    Loved it.  I used some Flaschengeist Chocolate Vodka & it was just great.  Poured it as a sauce over frozen bananas that I whizzed up in thermy. Thanks for sharing.

    Life is too short to drink cheap plonk

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  • Sorry, didn't see this

    Submitted by The Bush Gourmand on 9. June 2014 - 11:26.

    Sorry, didn't see this question until now. Yes, it's fine to reheat or keep warm in a fondue pot.

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  • Hi, would this also reheat ok

    Submitted by Sparky on 16. June 2012 - 18:41.

    Hi, would this also reheat ok do you think in a fondue pot over a tea light candle? I am thinking it would make a great dessert for my fondue night! Thanks!

     

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  • Thank you sooo very much for

    Submitted by raynell on 16. October 2011 - 11:04.

    Thank you sooo very much for converting my favourite dessert for the Thermomix. :bigsmile:

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  • Can't wait to try this!!

    Submitted by Suziq67 on 22. February 2011 - 20:07.

    Can't wait to try this!!:D

     

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  • Edited for typos

    Submitted by The Bush Gourmand on 21. December 2010 - 01:40.

    Edited for typos

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