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White Twix cake

‘Can you make us a white twix cake for our wedding….?’. Well, of course!! I haven’t got a clue how, but I’ll dive into it! Surfing the internet for a recipe for a white twix cake didn’t get me very far. I found a good regular Twix cake recipe and decided to turn that one around. Here’s how:

First pie crust:

240 gr. butter

110 gr. sugar

Salt

360 gr. selfrising flower

Second pie crust:

200 gr. cookies

125 gr. butter

Caramel filling:

120 gr. butter

2 cans sweetened condensed milk

8 tbsp brown caster sugar

Chocolate filling:

400 gr. white chocolate

Decoration:

A lot of twix, white, xxl

First pie crust:

Mix butter, sugar and salt. Then add flour in parts and mix it all together. Butter two baking moulds, add the mixture, make holes with a fork and bake for 20 min/180C. 

Second pie crust:

Crumble the cookies, melt the butter and mix together. Put in two baking pans and cool in the fridge. 


Caramel filling:

Melt the butter, add sugar and milk and stir until the sugar is dissolved. Bring to a boil for at least ten min. The caramel is ready when it’s thick enough. Let it cool in two baking moulds in the right shape. 



Decorating:

Melt the chocolate and use it as a layer between the crust and caramel. First place a layer of the first crust, spread some chocolate. Add a layer of caramel, more chocolate, a layer of cookie crust, chocolate, again cookie crust, chocolate, caramel and top it with the first crust.  

Add twixes around the cake with a ribbon around them to hold them in place. Spread the remaining chocolate on top of the cake and decorate with whatever you like. 

Enjoy!

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