Kerrygold butter is one of Ireland’s most famous global exports. The creamy rich taste has been a favourite in millions of households for generations.
Whether it is being lashed across boiled potatoes as part of a wholesome evening meal, or being spread over toast for a quick breakfast on the run, Kerrygold has been a part of our daily diets for as long as we can remember.
The makers of Kerrygold take great pride in the fact that they use only the milk from grass-fed Irish cows to make their delicious butter, meaning it is 100% natural.
It is also the perfect butter to use in baking, for both sweet and savoury dishes.
Irish TV chef Donal Skehan (who was once part of a pop band that supported the Pussycat Dolls) has created a YouTube video demonstrating how to make the delicious Millionaire Chocolate Squares using Kerrygold butter.
The treats look absolutely mouth-watering and are so easy to make that anyone can try at home.
As Donal says in the video, they are one of the most irresistible sweet treats known to mankind!
The squares are perfect for homebaking, whether you are a beginner or expert. Follow Donal’s directions in the video and you can’t go wrong.
Then surprise your family, friends or colleagues with the delicious snacks that are sure to have people coming back for more.
What you will need:
For the base:
100g butter, plus extra for greasing
200g self-raising flour
50g caster sugar
For the topping:
200g caster sugar
1⁄2 tsp sea salt
4 tbsp golden syrup
1 x 400g tin of condensed milk
200g dark chocolate, roughly chopped
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