Royalty.

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Yes, I was a bit wrapped up in the majesty of the Royal Wedding.  It was beautiful.  I woke at 6 to catch a glimpse of the action and Kate looked just gorgeous.  Anyway, I tried my best to re-create the royal biscuit wedding cake that William personally requested (from me, of course lol).  I brought it to work for a little fun today. It is DELISH!  How did you celebrate the Royal Wedding?!

UPDATED:  What a goofball I am!  One of my favorite bloggers, Caitlin (and of course I trust her with all things British ’cause of her Husb hehe) reminded me to post the recipe!  So, I used the following recipe from DailyCandy.  (Link to recipe HERE)

chocolate crunch cake!

Prince William’s Chocolate Crunch Cake
Serves eight

Ingredients

For the cake
1 box graham crackers
¼ c. raisins
¼ c. nuts, chopped
5 oz. dark chocolate
5 oz. milk chocolate
1 stick butter, room temp.
1 14-oz. can condensed milk

For the topping
5 oz. dark chocolate
1 tsp. milk

1. In a large metal bowl, crumble graham crackers into bite-size pieces. Add raisins and nuts.

2. In a saucepan, melt chocolates, butter, and milk. Stir frequently so chocolate doesn’t burn.

3. Add melted mixture to crackers and stir until dispersed.

4. Line an 11-by-7-inch pan with waxed paper. Pour mixture into pan; spread evenly. Refrigerate for 2 hours.

5. For the topping, combine ingredients in a saucepan; stir until melted.

6. Remove cake from fridge and cover with topping. Cut into squares and serve.

The only modifications I made was doubling the recipe for double deliciousness and I did not use wax paper, I instead sprayed the pan with PAM spray and it was just fine!  OK, now go to it!  Enjoy!

3 thoughts on “Royalty.

    • Hey! How’d you do?! SO I wear Zensah compression sleeves (actually doing post on it now) but yesterday I just wore these new ones from Sweat it out Now, and those are good too. Thanks for stopping by! LEt me know how you did!

      • I think I did well, for my first ever race let along first race of 10mi! I finished in 1:40. I guess thats ok for a beginner!

        How about you?

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