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Rice Krispie Cakes / Crispy Cakes Recipe


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Rice Krispie Cakes / Crispy Cakes Recipe
Summary:

These are children's classics, always easy and always a favourite. Replace the rice krispies for cornflakes or bran flakes. Or make rocky road krispie cakes by adding 50g of raisins and 50g of small marshmallows.


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Ingredients

To make this Rice Krispie Cakes / Crispy Cakes Recipe you will need the following ingredients:
60g/ 2 oz unsalted butter
3 table spoons golden syrup
1 x 100g bar milk or dark chocolate
90g/ 3 oz Rice Krispies

Methods

  1. To make this Rice Krispie Cakes / Crispy Cakes Recipe:
    • Melt the chocolate in small bursts in the microwave or over a bain marie (in a bowl over a saucepan of simmering water)
    • Add the butter, cut in to small pieces, stir in till melted
    • Add the syrup, stir
    • Add the Rice Krispies and stir in to the chocolate mix, gently
    • Spoon in to 12 bun cases
    • Leave to cool
Preparation time (duration): 15 - 20 minutes
Cooking time (duration): No cooking required
Number of servings (yield): Makes 12 portions
Meal type: No Preference
Culinary tradition: No Preference

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