Dear mummy, we all know you’re awful at baking, we’ve tried to create masterpieces that are Pinterest worthy but failed miserably so decided to do make something so basic that it couldn’t go wrong…or could it…
We’re making Rice Krispie cakes together and it’s great fun 🙂
We purchased all the ingredients from Morrisons and everything came to under £5.
Preparation time 15 – 20 minutes
What you need:
- 1 x 100g bar milk or dark chocolate
- 90g/ 3 oz Rice Krispies
How to make them:
- Melt the chocolate over a bain marie (in a bowl over a saucepan of simmering water)
- Add the Rice Krispies and stir in to the chocolate mix, gently
- Spoon in to 12 bun cases
- Leave to cool
We like this recipe because anyone can do this and make a sweet crunchy treat. I enjoyed stirring the Rice Krispies around in the bowl, occasionally asking my mummy if I can lick the spoon.
I managed really well spooning the mixture into the paper cases in my own. I counted each one and added a couple of mini marshmallows on top to decorate. They set within the hour but I could resist taking one to eat straight away and it was very messy.
Easy Peasy! A great toddler friendly baking activity 😉
Love Bella x
11 thoughts on “Easy Peasy Rice Krispie Cakes”
I remember making these with my son. They are so delicious and easy to make too!
I absolutely love making these and always use mini marshmellows for the extra goo factor x
that looks tasty!! we have diary free chocolate chips for my son with food allergies. I’d love to give this a try to offer him something different. thanks! #letkidsbekids
We love Krispie cakes here…..They are the best cakes to make with little ones x
This is a great idea for little one.
Thanks! Just something really quick and easy to do 🙂
What a great idea for toddlers!
My little one is 16 months and think we can just about manage something like this now, may do this soon! 🙂
Oh I think I’d prefer these to Rice Krispie treats (since I don’t like marshmallows) and with my kids ages they could make these all by themselves!
Ooh, yummy. We love making these too (and eating them of course). Great for little ones to get involved. Happy new year!
Thanks for linking #LetKidsBeKids
Happy New Year too!