How do you cut a Mars Bar slice?
Allow the slice to set in the fridge (preferably overnight before cutting). Remove the slice from the fridge and place onto a chopping board 30 minutes before cutting. This will allow the chocolate to soften slightly which prevents it from cracking. Use a knife to gently ‘score’ through the chocolate layer first.
Do you keep Mars Bar slice in the fridge?
Cutting the slice – Take the slice out of the fridge 30 minutes before cutting to allow the chocolate to soften slightly. Storing the slice – Mars Bar Slice can be stored in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 1 week.
Why is my Mars Bar slice too hard?
Leave the slice out of the fridge for at least 20 minutes before cutting into squares. 6. Why is my Mars Bar slice hard? If the slice is too hard to eat, let it soften out of the fridge for about half an hour before consuming.
How long does home made slice last?
STORAGE: Airtight container for up to 5 days, but if it’s so hot that the chocolate melts, keep it in the fridge and bring to room temperature before serving. 8. COCONUT FREE BASE: A few readers have asked if it is possible to make the base without coconut.
Can slices be frozen?
Slices can be frozen as a whole or cut into individual pieces. If you are planning to place frozen slices into lunchboxes, it’s best to freeze them in individual slices.
Can I melt Mars Bars in the microwave?
Melt in the microwave on full power for 30 seconds. Give it a good stir then heat again in 10 to 20 second intervals stirring well between each time until it’s all smooth & melted. It’s worth noting that you can also do this step in a saucepan over a low heat too, so don’t worry if you don’t own a microwave!
Can I melt Mars bars?
Gently stir the mixture as the bars begin to melt and ooze into the butter. It’s very important that the burner is on low heat, otherwise the caramel and chocolate can start to burn instead of melt.
Can you melt Mars bars in the microwave?
How do you keep cheesecake base from crumbling?
The perfect base If the mixture is too crumbly, a few minutes in the fridge to cool the butter should do the trick. Use your palm and fingers, the back of a spoon or the side of a glass to press down the base then either bake or refrigerate.