Chocolate Tiffin Recipe – Tasting Table

To make this tiffin, you’ll probably be using graham crackers. Brookes uses the similar “digestive biscuits,” as these not-too-sweet cookies are common in the U.K., but graham crackers will give the exact same effect. Brookes also uses something called “golden syrup,” but the closest U.S. equivalent is honey, and in this recipe the substitution will make no difference. You’ll also need butter, cocoa powder, and chocolate chips. For mix-ins, Brookes uses raisins and glacé cherries, but says there’s “no problem subbing [in] nuts or dried and chopped dates, apricots, [or] prunes.”