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Hokey Pokey

By Chelsea Sugar
Hokey Pokey
20 servings
  • 42 reviews

  • Difficulty
  • Prep time 5 mins
  • Cooking time 5 mins
  • Serves
    20
Ingredients

    5 Tbsp Chelsea White Sugar
    2 Tbsp Chelsea Golden Syrup
    1 tsp baking soda

Method

    Grease the base and sides of a 20 x 20 cm slice tin with butter.
    Place Chelsea White Sugar and Chelsea Golden Syrup into a heavy-based saucepan. Heat gently, stirring constantly until the sugar dissolves.

    Increase the heat and bring to the boil. Boil for two minutes. Stir occasionally, if necessary, to prevent burning. Remove from heat. Add the baking soda and stir very quickly - the mixture will froth up rapidly.

    Pour into prepared tin immediately. Leave until cold and set then break into pieces.

    Coat hokey pokey pieces in melted chocolate for an extra special treat! 

    Special thanks to Edmonds for use of this Best Ever recipe.

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Reviews

Average Rating
4.542
(42 reviews)


Love this recipe.. easy to make and doesn't take ages.... i found that if i didn't take it out of the pan quickly it stuck.. any tips on this?
definitely 5 stars though :P
CHELSEA: Hi there, glad your are enjoying this recipe! Make sure you pour the mixture from the saucepan to the tin immediately. Also, if you grease the tin well with butter (or line with baking paper) it shouldn't stick.

This stuff is so good I could eat it all day.

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They turned out great!
Recommend this recipe to any unskilled bakers out there.

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This hokey pokey recipe is the best recipe I have ever used to make a treat for the whole family.

Kids made this - super successful altho ours didn't increase in volume like the video where it seems to inflate into the pan, did we overcook it?
CHELSEA: Hi there, once the baking soda is added the hokey pokey should froth up considerably. If it didn't expand much the mixture may not have been cooked for long enough. Expired baking soda could also have an impact, so might be worth checking the best before date if you haven't already :-)

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Ignore the bad comments - yummy!

awesome

Easy and awesome!

Up to 20 years plus ago, I would make your recipe for hokey pokey, doubled, and then quickly whip in a large lot of popped corn. Let set, and then break up. Very moreish. Used to take ice cream containers full for the kindergarten fund raisers. Great for that once in a while treat for old and young.
CHELSEA: great idea, that sounds so yummy!

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It so helpful I made this in cooking class today.

great recipe

This is such a dazzo recipe I love it

Tasted really good but it got stuck to the slice tin and i struggled to get it out, found it was also rather sticky. Had set completely. I think I may have cooked it too long or not long enough? Any tips for next time??
CHELSEA: Hi there, if you're finding it is sticking to your tin you could line this with baking paper instead of just greasing it next time. Not cooking the hokey pokey for long enough can lead to it being sticky. The weather can play a part too - best not to make it on a humid, wet day!

i loved this recipe with a side of nut ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡° )

good

This recipe was really helpful!

I love this recipe as much as I love fudge!

I personally loved to make this i recommend dipping it in hot sauce or BBQ sauce it may sound weird but its really good.

This is the first time I've ever tried to cook a recipe it didn't turn out the way I wanted but it was still pretty good.

It just didn't taste nice

YUM YUM IN MY TUM TUM

it was to golden syrup like

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Its a lovely delicious easy fun way to bake and its amazing to eat!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
My 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th........................................................................................24th
All perfect!

Changed my life. Much good, so wow. Made $100 profit from this recipe.

First attempt burnt. Second didn't froth up. Third attempt worked and was delicious! Thanks,

i dont like hokey pokey

This is the best hokey pokey I have ever made! Its so good!!

AWESOME

easy and delicious! These were a hit with my friends. You can also use a bit of blackstrap molasses to make them healthier and a bit more toffee-like, and/or stir in melted chocolate or nuts at the end. Five stars.

Yummy I made mine blue

Could I use maple syrup instead?
CHELSEA: we haven't tried this hokey pokey recipe with maple syrup instead of golden syrup, but think it is definitely worth a try!

Delicious

AWESOME! Simple ingredients, and the baking soda puffing it up makes it look sooooo cool... Who knew making hokey pokey was so easy? Also we melted chocolate and coated it. When it hardened it was just like a crunchy bar! 5 stars from me!

Amazing they are huge hit for the kids they love them x

It is great and very simple.

Great

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Tastes great and it's also quick and fairly simple :)

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easy and yummy

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It was very nice after int set. But it had a slight after taste. But still very quick a yummy.

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The result was fantastic but it is very hard to move so quickly with it! :)

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Yummy yum! Easy to make and delightful to eat... every dentists dream :D

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Easy and tastes great! I dipped it in chocolate and my kids just loved it. They cannot believe it is homemade and take extra to school as their mates loved it too.

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