While having a recent #KitchenClearout, I came across a half used pack of spring roll wrappers that were past their sell-by date so when I spotted someone on twitter mentioning Smores spring rolls, my ears pricked up. I made up my own recipe to use up what was in the cupboards, but you could adapt it, using squares of chocolate or a jar of marshmallow fluff instead, depending on what's cluttering up your kitchen !
Smores spring rolls
spring roll wrappers
a few digestive biscuits, crushed
the end of a jar of chocolate spread
Dip the spring roll wrappers one at a time in a shallow dish of cold water until they go soft and sticky.
Lay out on a plate and add a dollop of chocolate spread to the middle.
Top with a tablespoon of biscuit crumbs.
Lay a marshmallow on top.
Fold the two edges in to the centre then tightly roll it up.
Gently fry on both sides in a frying pan with a small knob of butter. One split and oozed chocolatey goo everywhere which was lovely to wash off the pan !
They look totally burnt but it's the chocolate that has melted !
Drain on kitchen paper then serve while still warm, but warn the kids not to burn their mouths if the filling is too hot.
They're not bad as a fun dessert to throw together on a Sunday afternoon with odds and ends from the cupboard but they wouldn't win Masterchef !
They do win all sorts of accolades as a #KitchenClearout recipe though because they used up lots of odds and ends of jars and packets that were cluttering up the cupboards, so I'm adding it to this month's linky.