Prince Harry's favourite snack revealed - and it's from Canada - EpicNews

January 18, 2020 – 09:52 GMT Aisha Nozari

Former royal chef Darren McGrady took to Twitter on Wednesday to disclose one in all Prince Harry‘s favorite candy treats – Nanaimo bars! The delicious-sounding bars are made in a Canadian metropolis of the identical identify and have a coconut base, custard filling and a chocolate topping. Darren revealed that the Prince has lengthy been a fan of the sugary bars, including that he used to make them for Harry and his massive brother Prince William after they had associates over to Kensington Palace.

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Taking to Twitter, the chef defined: “Prince Harry isn’t any stranger to Nanaimo bars. I used to make them (the Buckingham Palace recipe we obtained when The Queen visited Canada in 1983) for him and William at Kensington Palace after they had associates over.”

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Darren shared the publish on Twitter

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Darren was private chef to the Queen, the late Princess Diana and Prince William and Harry for fifteen years, and infrequently shares candy particulars in regards to the royal household’s favorite meals on social media – and it appears like a lot of them had a candy tooth!

The celebrated chef has additionally revealed that the Queen likes to bask in meals which can be wealthy in “cream and butter and fats” and he or she actually is not fearful about calorie counting. In a Delish YouTube video, Darren revealed: “One of many issues I quickly discovered working for the Queen, was that the entire dishes had been wealthy in cream and butter and fats. Energy did not actually matter. We might use as a lot cream and butter within the dishes as we needed to and it simply made them style wonderful. It actually was conventional French delicacies.”

Darren added that the monarch can also be a fan of a dish often called Gaelic steak, which is made with beef tenderloin steaks. Nevertheless, the royals favor to make use of venison caught on the grounds of Sandringham or Balmoral.

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