With just five main ingredients and a sprinkle of salt, these no-bake rice crispy treats are a great way to jazz up your standard rice brekkie cereal.
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Grease and line the base and sides of a 20cm (base measurement) square cake pan, with baking paper, allowing 2 sides to overhang.
Put the rice bubbles in a large bowl. Place the butter, sugar and honey in a heavy-based saucepan over medium heat. Cook, stirring with a wooden spoon, for 5 mins or until butter melts and mixture is well combined. Simmer for 3 mins or until mixture turns a light caramel colour and starts to thicken. Remove from the heat and stir in vanilla and salt.
Pour the hot honey mixture over the rice bubbles and stir until well combined. Transfer mixture to lined pan, spreading evenly and pressing down with a greased spatula or the base of a glass.
Place in the fridge for 45 mins or until firm.
Remove from the pan and cut into squares.
Slice is best eaten in the first 1-2 days. Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days or freeze for up to a month.
Cut using a hot knife for clean slices.
You can leave this delicious slice as is or drizzle with melted chocolate and add your favourite decorations.
COOK. STORE. SAVE
Clever storage: Slice is best eaten in the first 1-2 days. Store in an airtight container in the fridge for up to 2 days or freeze for up to a month.
Use it up: If you don’t have enough rice bubbles, or you’re looking to use up the last of another cereal, you could substitute in some corn flakes, frosted flakes, chocolate rice crisps or other cereal. The flavour and texture will vary depending on what you use
Looking for a very easy slice to make, that’s deliciously sweet, crunchy and chewy, and fun too? With just five main ingredients, this no-bake rice crispy treat recipe is perfect. Rice crispy treats are great, bite-sized snacks for parties and special occasions, plus they’re a great way to use up rice cereal. Enjoy these sweet treats plain, or top with chocolate and sprinkles for some extra fun and colour. This recipe is a great one to get creative with – rice bubbles are a blank canvas! Kids will love decorating these easy little squares.
These rice crispy treats are so simple – just melt, mix and chill! Melt then briefly cook the butter, honey and sugar, to create a sweet, sticky mixture, then combine with the rice bubbles. Press into a pan, flatten the top, and pop into the fridge to set.
After cooling and cutting the slice, we’ve drizzled individual squares with melted white chocolate and decorated each one with colourful sprinkles. It’s a bright, fun way to serve these up. You could also drizzle with yoghurt, melted dark chocolate or coloured writing icing instead, or dip the top of each square into melted chocolate before decorating. You can use all kinds of sprinkles and small lollies, or thinly slice fresh fruits like strawberries, cherries, peaches or plums to lay on top of the squares. Dried fruit like apricots, cranberries or sultanas would work great as well, especially with yoghurt or white chocolate.
For special occasions, try adding a tiny bit of edible food colouring to the honey mixture before pouring over the cereal – for example, add green food colouring for Christmas or St Patrick’s Day. The amount you need will depend on the colouring you use and what depth of colour you are looking for. There’s no limit to the fun you can have decorating these, but this golden, crispy-chewy slice is also delicious just as it is.
Love how easy these no-bake treats are? Embrace the fun of classic easy chocolate crackles or try a twist with these dark chocolate crackle bites, which bring shredded coconut and slivered almonds to the crackle party. Or have fun decorating chocolate crackle eggs (flat ‘eggs’ made by cutting a chilled white chocolate crackle mixture with an egg cutter). For more no-bake slices, try a decadent Snickers and salted peanut slice, this Easter fridge slice (a great way to use up leftover Easter chocolate or choc-chip biscuits) or lunchbox-friendly no-bake chia muesli bars.