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175g Marvel Original dried Skimmed Milk £1.39 at Home Bargains, in-store New Brighton
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175g Marvel Original dried Skimmed Milk £1.39 at Home Bargains, in-store New Brighton

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Posted 28th AprAvailable: North WestEdited by:"sjs31"
Important.This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item - we should all limit our time out of our houses to help slow the spread. Please also shop responsibly - don’t stockpile, and consider whether you could help out any vulnerable neighbours or friends.

175g tubs of Marvel dried Skimmed Milk powder are £1.39 in-store at Home Bargains, New Brighton. B.B. date Sept. 2021.

Not been able to find any in main supermarkets for a while. A useful cupboard standby if out of fresh skimmed milk. Makes about 3 pints of milk, or can be added directly to hot tea or coffee and used for baking too.

Posted as a local deal, but probably available in other Home Bargains stores.


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Saro29/04/2020 01:56

Recipe please?


kotlet.tv/blo…wy/

Click on the link above to see the pic and/or video how to make it step by step

Ingredients:

250 g butter *

500 g milk powder

1/2 cup water

1.5 cups sugar or powdered sugar

6 tablespoons of cocoa

approx. 450 g biscuits

a handful of nuts and raisins


250 g is over 1 cube, the standard cube of butter is 200 g !! you can also use vegetable butter and various Kasia fats etc.

many people write that there are too many biscuits, please add them gradually!
the second thing, watch out for the mass heated in a saucepan, if it delaminates (clearly separates the fat), the whole thing is denser and will take less cakes, but it will come out - calm down!

STEP 1: I pour water into the saucepan and put butter, heat it until the butter melts. Then I add sugar and mix until the sugar melts.

STEP 2: I add cocoa, mix and then set aside to cool.

STEP 3: Put the biscuits in a bag (put a few aside) and crush finely using a pestle. I put half (!!!!) of such crushed biscuits in a bowl.

STEP 4: I add cocoa mass (it can be warm) and milk powder. I mix using a mixer, then with my hand, because the mass will be very thick.

STEP 5: I add the rest of the cakes (how much
40572857-uPTys.jpg it takes), dried fruit and nuts and mix with a spoon or hand (quite thick mass - see the video above).

STEP 6: I lay out the form with baking paper, put the mass. First, put a little bit and press, and then add the rest. The mass is really thick.

STEP 7: It's important to press well! I push a few more biscuits, those I left at the beginning, so at an angle (for a nice pattern). I press on top and put in the fridge for at least 2 hours.

STEP 8: I take it out of the mold, remove the paper and cut the chocolate block into pieces. Bon Appetit!
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Is this what super hero's drink i must have some....
Blahblahblahlol28/04/2020 20:32

Is this what super hero's drink i must have some....


Many a time I've seen Wolverine in Home Bargains in the West Midlands. Each time, his hand basket filled to the brim with skimmed milk powder. He loves it.
fab, thank you, will have to get some to make my favorite no baking chocolate cake , thanx
Its a good thing panic buyer's have calmed down or these would have gone very quickly..
I'm a bit confused. Where does this sit in the MCU timeline?
Kasia2928/04/2020 20:57

fab, thank you, will have to get some to make my favorite no baking …fab, thank you, will have to get some to make my favorite no baking chocolate cake , thanx


Recipe please?
Better than the £4 Sainsbury's are charging.
Saro29/04/2020 01:56

Recipe please?


kotlet.tv/blo…wy/

Click on the link above to see the pic and/or video how to make it step by step

Ingredients:

250 g butter *

500 g milk powder

1/2 cup water

1.5 cups sugar or powdered sugar

6 tablespoons of cocoa

approx. 450 g biscuits

a handful of nuts and raisins


250 g is over 1 cube, the standard cube of butter is 200 g !! you can also use vegetable butter and various Kasia fats etc.

many people write that there are too many biscuits, please add them gradually!
the second thing, watch out for the mass heated in a saucepan, if it delaminates (clearly separates the fat), the whole thing is denser and will take less cakes, but it will come out - calm down!

STEP 1: I pour water into the saucepan and put butter, heat it until the butter melts. Then I add sugar and mix until the sugar melts.

STEP 2: I add cocoa, mix and then set aside to cool.

STEP 3: Put the biscuits in a bag (put a few aside) and crush finely using a pestle. I put half (!!!!) of such crushed biscuits in a bowl.

STEP 4: I add cocoa mass (it can be warm) and milk powder. I mix using a mixer, then with my hand, because the mass will be very thick.

STEP 5: I add the rest of the cakes (how much
40572857-uPTys.jpg it takes), dried fruit and nuts and mix with a spoon or hand (quite thick mass - see the video above).

STEP 6: I lay out the form with baking paper, put the mass. First, put a little bit and press, and then add the rest. The mass is really thick.

STEP 7: It's important to press well! I push a few more biscuits, those I left at the beginning, so at an angle (for a nice pattern). I press on top and put in the fridge for at least 2 hours.

STEP 8: I take it out of the mold, remove the paper and cut the chocolate block into pieces. Bon Appetit!
Thanks OP. Just purchased from Plymouth Coypool Home Bargains. Plenty in stock,
Kasia2929/04/2020 08:03

http://kotlet.tv/blok-czekoladowy/Click on the link above to see the pic … http://kotlet.tv/blok-czekoladowy/Click on the link above to see the pic and/or video how to make it step by stepIngredients: 250 g butter * 500 g milk powder 1/2 cup water 1.5 cups sugar or powdered sugar 6 tablespoons of cocoa approx. 450 g biscuits a handful of nuts and raisins250 g is over 1 cube, the standard cube of butter is 200 g !! you can also use vegetable butter and various Kasia fats etc. many people write that there are too many biscuits, please add them gradually! the second thing, watch out for the mass heated in a saucepan, if it delaminates (clearly separates the fat), the whole thing is denser and will take less cakes, but it will come out - calm down!STEP 1: I pour water into the saucepan and put butter, heat it until the butter melts. Then I add sugar and mix until the sugar melts.STEP 2: I add cocoa, mix and then set aside to cool.STEP 3: Put the biscuits in a bag (put a few aside) and crush finely using a pestle. I put half (!!!!) of such crushed biscuits in a bowl.STEP 4: I add cocoa mass (it can be warm) and milk powder. I mix using a mixer, then with my hand, because the mass will be very thick.STEP 5: I add the rest of the cakes (how much[Image] it takes), dried fruit and nuts and mix with a spoon or hand (quite thick mass - see the video above).STEP 6: I lay out the form with baking paper, put the mass. First, put a little bit and press, and then add the rest. The mass is really thick.STEP 7: It's important to press well! I push a few more biscuits, those I left at the beginning, so at an angle (for a nice pattern). I press on top and put in the fridge for at least 2 hours.STEP 8: I take it out of the mold, remove the paper and cut the chocolate block into pieces. Bon Appetit!


Thank you ever so much. I will try this soon
Is there a difference between Marvel and Asda's own brand which is 340g £1.98.
Ingredients are dried milk with vits A&D.
spd.x.229/04/2020 18:48

Is there a difference between Marvel and Asda's own brand which is 340g …Is there a difference between Marvel and Asda's own brand which is 340g £1.98.Ingredients are dried milk with vits A&D.


Just checked the tub. Same ingredients (dried skimmed Milk, Vit. A, Vit. D) but can't confirm if it's actually the same as Asda's
Edited by: "sjs31" 29th Apr
sjs3129/04/2020 19:17

Just checked the tub. Same ingredients (dried skimmed Milk, Vit. A, Vit. …Just checked the tub. Same ingredients (dried skimmed Milk, Vit. A, Vit. D) but can't confirm if it's actually the same as Asda's


Thank you
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