Hokey Pokey

Hokey Pokey reminds me of my favourite summer holidays when I was little – we used have the best hokey pokey ice cream from Glebe’s Farm in Cornwall and ever since I’ve loved it!

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This recipe is so easy and simple! Only 3 ingredients, a pan and a whisk are required. This recipe is Nigella’s and it gives such great results!

You can find the recipe on nigella.com, or below here! 🙂

Ingredients:

  • 100g caster sugar
  • 4 tbsp. golden syrup
  • 1 1/2 tsp. bicarbonate of soda

Method:

Place your golden syrup and sugar in a medium sized pan. Tip: to get your golden syrup off your spoon easily, place it in boiling water and then dry it – now it’ll be hot enough for the syrup to slide off!

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Place the pan on the heat, and leave for 3-5 mins until the sugar melts and the syrup-sugar mixture turns a maple colour. It is important you don’t stir the sugar and syrup once the heat is on!!

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Take your pan off the heat, add your bicarbonate of soda and whisk immediately. The honeycomb will puff up into a golden cloud, mmm.. Now tip your bubbling mixture into a tin lined with parchment paper, be careful because the honeycomb will be extremely hot!

Leave to cool and bash our set hokey pokey into bite size pieces. Enjoy 🙂

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Love, Sofia ❤ xxx

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2 thoughts on “Hokey Pokey

  1. weebluemixer says:

    I love Hokey Pokey, but found that after I broke it up into pieces it then all stuck to each other and I ended up with huge pieces that were difficult to eat especially in company!

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