Sticky Toffee Rice Krispie Cakes Recipie

Perfect Birthday Party Treat!

Have you ever been to a children's birthday party that did not have Chocolate Rice Krispie buns? I can remember these favourites at every party I have ever attended right back to when I was a small child and now that my children are attending parties and inviting their little friends around I feel obliged to create the same chocolatey, crumbly favourite treat! After all it can't be about healthy food all the time right?

However after spending a wet Sunday afternoon in the kitchen with my two girls I think we may just have come up with an even tastier treat. (After all who better to taste test than the children themselves!) And the joy of these sicky tasty treats is that they are home made, so that means, no nasty additives or colours. I may even add these to my list for the next school bake sale!

This recipie makes 9-12 buns depending on the size that you like them. Just double up the recipie to make enough for a birthday party.

Sticky Toffee Rice Krispie Bun Recipie

50g Cooking Chocolate

50g Butter

2 Tablespoons Golden Syrup

75g Rice Pops Cereal

Melt the chocolate, butter, and golden syrup in a large pot over a very low heat. Keep stirring until the mixture is smooth and runny.

Remove the mixture from the heat and gently stir in the Rice Krispies. (This will also work with Cheerios) Make sure that they are all completely covered in the chocolate mixture.

Divide the mixture evenly between 12 bun cases.

Decorate with marshmallows or sweets of your choice while the mixture is still soft.

Place in the fridge or a cool place to set for a couple of hours.


***As all the ingredients are safe, it is perfectly safe for the children to lick the spoons, bowl etc when you are finished making the buns. (Do you remember doing this as a child yourself? Licking the bowl is one of my best memories!!)


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