This recipe always reminds me of my Kiwi bestie over in Wellington. The first time I tried it was at her place and she was making some for her builders and wondered whether she could therefore legitimately call it Builder’s Crack? Hmmm….you’re probably going to need to be an Aussie or a Kiwi to understand that one.
Anyways, it’s now a fixture on our Christmas bake list and you’ll find the recipe here.
Loving your 12 Bakes of Christmas Jo and I’m definitely trying Day 2 the Parmesan Shortbread. The Christmas Crack looks easy too. x
I started making this last year and it was a huge hit with my coworkers!
I ❤ Christmas Crack! 😀
Ha,ha, maybe we should just stick with Christmas Crack. .I just lost my appetite!
I’ve heard of (and, unfortunately, seen) plumber’s crack but not builder’s crack 🙂 Your Christmas Crack looks yummy, although I’d probably make it with milk chocolate… my taste in chocolate is very unsophisticated…
Go ahead and have it with milk chocolate… and then scatter mini m&ms in Christmas colours over the top…
This sounds yummy Jo!
It is. Grant’s work requests it each year…
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