This link gives step by step instructions with photos on how to make “fifteens”
After the last stage – refrigeration – remove from tin foil, slice, serve and eat – yummy 🙂
If you were born or raised in Northern Ireland, this recipe will have been handed to you on exiting the womb. Everyone here knows how to make fifteens. They are a proper Northern Irish staple traybake always to be found in bakerys, baptisms, funerals and coffee mornings – the easiest and yummiest (in my opinion) too.
It has to be said, the real expert in making fifteens in our house is Dave, but since he?s working tonight and I have friends over tomorrow evening, I thought I?d make some and show all you non-NI folk how it?s done.
All you need is:
A big bowl // wooden spoon // tin foil // 15 digestive biscuits // 15 pink & white marshmallows // a bag of malteasers // 1/2 a tin of condensed milk
You can use your hands (good activity for kiddies to help with), or put them in a…
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