A Northern Irish Treat – Fifteens

A Northern Irish Treat – Fifteens

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 🙂

Mel Wiggins

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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