Rice Krispies Chocolate Cake.

On Thursday, my sister and I made a chocolate run to Sainsbury’s and picked up more than enough choc to see us through the winter. During our spree we made an impromptu decision to make some tasty snacks. This recipe is so easy and the cake format gives an adult like twist to a childhood favourite.

What you’ll need:

Equipment:

A cake tin

Tablespoon

Pan

Good sized bowl for the chocolate

A larger bowl for the Rice Krispies

Foil

Ingredients:

Eight milk chocolate bars

Rice Krispies

Chocolate chips

Cake decorations

Method:

Fill the pan with boiling water.

Break up the chocolate bars and place them in the bowl.

Put the bowl of chocolate above the pan.

Whilst you wait for the chocolate to melt, pour the Rice Krispies and some chocolate chips into the larger bowl and line the cake tin with foil.

When the chocolate has melted pour it into the bowl with the Rice Krispies and chocolate chips, and mix well together.

Pour the chocolate Rice Krispies mixture into the foil lined cake tin and flatten to make sure it is levelled and even.

Sprinkle on the cake decorations and the rest of the chocolate chips.

Leave in the fridge for a few hours to set.

Serving suggestion:

Serve with two scoops of ice-cream and sprinkle with Oreo cookie.

NB. You can use any type of chocolate not just milk chocolate and any type of cake decorations. We opted for white chocolate stars, but there are numerous varieties. Also, why not add melted marshmallows to the mix for some extra gooey fun.

Hope you have fun revisiting childhood 🙂

alice

xo

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