We made these for our local school fundraiser. Kids take in things we’ve made and they sell them to each other to reduce the price of a big trip away with their year group. I did worry at first about how these would turn out and they did end up chewy and more for a child’s taste buds than mine, but none came home again which must tell it’s own tale.
We used larger quantites as they were for selling, but I’ve cut them down for this post. We decorated with smarties, but you could use any sweeties, or equally not add any in at all.
- 60g Butter (Preferrably unsalted, but we've used salted and there was no difference to the taste.)
- 2 tablespoons Golden Syrup
- 100g Rice Krispies
- 2 Mars Bars (Chop up into tiny pieces.)
- 100g Chocolate
- Sweeties to decorate.
- Melt the chocolate in the microwave or over a bain marie (bowl laid on top of a pan of simmering water). If you're using a microwave, do it in short bursts or depending on the chocolate you use, it could separate or burn.
- Add the butter and stir it into the chocolate until it is melted. Then add the golden syrup.
- Add the rice krispies and stir them on gently enough so as not to damage or break the krispies.
- Fold in the tiny pieces of mars bar. They will semi melt into the mix as it will still be hot at this stage.
- Pour into 20 cake cases and top with sweeties to decorate, leave to cool and then just eat.