A shit recipe

chocolate poo

Well they say you can’t polish a turd, however you can now polish off a turd with my chocolate poo recipe that I am sharing with all you lovely people.

Make a batch and share them with a couple of your special friends. They will love you for it.

You will need the following:-

4 small Mars bars (about 58 gram size) – chopped
4 tablespoons of golden syrup
6 digestive or rich-tea biscuits
100 grams chocolate covered raisins

1. Put the syrup in a heavy saucepan with the chopped up Mars Bars and heat over a low heat, stirring all the time until the Mars bars have fully melted. Put on one side to cool slightly but not totally.
2. Crush the biscuits – either in a processor or put them in a strong plastic bag and bash with a rolling pin.
3. Add the crushed biscuits and the raisins to the Mars Bar and syrup and mix well.
4. Once it has cooled to room temperature you can shape your poo to convincing shapes. Then once you are fully satisfied, put in the fridge to harden up.

You can also try adding other items like chopped nuts. I did think about adding some sweetcorn, but I am not sure it would be right with the chocolate.

There you go – a shit recipe that is totally crap. Enjoy

9 thoughts on “A shit recipe

  1. I will be trying this recipe out on my friends. I love this blog – much more interesting than the dot com version run by the “conceited couple” ;)

    • LOL @ “the conceited couple”. Not heard that one before. One of my friends refers to them as “the pitiful couple”.

  2. Hi there! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you if that would be ok. I’m absolutely enjoying your blog and look forward to new updates.

    • Sorry – no Twitter or Facebook – I am not a big fan of either and don’t really have the time, but thanks for asking :)

  3. Raw, organic cacao nibs could be a good substitute for the undigested remnants of corn one typically finds in their excretory product. I plan on making this dish for my next dinner party, albeit a looser version, it will be a great way to end my Bangladeshi feast.

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