It’s almost Halloween. The time of the year where I make baking look gross. It’s a time when I want you to be thinking that my bakes are disgusting. Litter box biscotti may look gross but they really are delicious. The flavours are a wonderful mix of chocolate and chai latte. Not only do they give the biscotti a realistic colour but they also taste great together. Kids and grown ups alike will love them.
Litter box biscotti are super easy to make and you can have your litter box creation ready for a party table in less than an hour (including cooling time!) The kids will delight in helping you craft these poop shaped treats too. It’s fun to bake but it’s even more fun to bake disgusting looking creations when you’re a kid!
It’s been great fun distributing these around the village. Especially to the younger kids who were really not sure about eating them. My disgustingly delicious Halloween creations have been devoured by all the local kids. Some of them even refused to eat the biscotti because they look too much like real turds in a litter box.
So if you’re having a Halloween party, or you just want to gross out the kids from your neighbourhood with a treat of litter box biscotti.
It makes the perfect gift for the trick or treaters!
- 100g softened butter
- 100g light muscavado sugar
- 2 x free range eggs
- 250g self raising flour
- 1 x 15g sachet of chai latte powder
- 1tbsp cocoa powder
- 1 x packet of custard cream biscuits (completely crushed)
- a handful of chocolate sprinkles
- cream the butter and sugar until pale and fluffy
- whisk in the eggs
- sift in the flour, chai latte and cocoa powder
- mix well until a dough starts to form
- turn out onto a lightly floured surface
- knead the dough very lightly until it all comes together
- cut the dough into ping pong ball sized chunks
- roll each chunk of dough into a sausage shape
- bake in a pre-heated oven at 180 (Gas Mark 4) for 20-25 minutes (leave longer for more crunch)
- once the biscotti are cooked remove from the oven and leave to cool completely on a wire rack
- on a serving tray, evenly spread the crushed custard creams and chocolate sprinkles to cover the base of the tray
- arrange the biscotti on the top, break a few up by gently pushing a butter knife into the cracks on the biscotti so they break cleanly
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