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An amazing chocolatey, salted caramel Oreo pie, that only needs five ingredients.
Yep. You read that right!
At the weekend, I saw a link for this, and I clicked on in excitement to discover it was one of those “pay now for the recipe” scam sites. I was gutted. Luckily the teaser mentioned five ingredients:
And a little salt of course.
But I had no recipe. And I certainly didn’t have the patience for making my own caramel.
So I think I might have made this even easier.
1.5 packs of Oreos.
Two thirds of a cup of melted butter
250g of chocolate. I used an equal mix of milk and dark, which I’d recommend.
¾ cup of double cream
A tin of sweetened condensed milk
Sea salt – I used Maldon
Crush your biscuits to a fine-ish crumb. You can do this in a food processor, or with a sandwich bag and a rolling pin.
Melt your butter and stir into the biscuits.
Press this mixture into a cake tin. I used a spring-form one, which I’d recommend. Add a little more butter if you need to. This will depend on how chunky your crumb is.
Pop this in the fridge.
Pour your condensed milk into a small pan and heat on a low heat for around 15 minutes, stirring constantly, until it darkens into a caramel shade and is very thick. Sprinkle in a good pinch of sea salt.
Pour onto your base, leaving an inch or so gap around the edge.
Pop your chocolate into a mixing bowl. Break this up into small chunks. Take a pan and warm up your cream to a simmer. Pour the warm cream over your chocolate. Leave this to melt the chocolate for a few minutes and then give it a good stir to combine. This is essentially a ganache.
Pour over the caramel layer. And pop in the fridge to set.
After a couple of hours, it will be ready to eat.
Sprinkle with sea salt before serving.
And don’t blame me for the calories. Or the sugar high.