26 March 2016

White Chocolate & Raspberry Rice Krispie Bars


No bake baking recipe's are my absolute favourite because there's absolutely no way you can do it wrong! I popped one up on my blog just before Christmas (Chocolate Orange Krispie Cakes, read it here) and in true form I've got a Spring themed one for you today...

White Chocolate and Raspberry Rice Krispie Bars! They're honestly so delicious. 


You will need: 

100g Butter (ideally unsalted but salted is fine too)
175g Marshmallows
100g White Chocolate
Handful of white chocolate chips
150g of Raspberries
150g Rice Krispies


1. Fill a saucepan, 1/3 full of water and leave to boil. Once bubbling, turn to simmer and pop a glass (or ceramic) bowl over the top and melt the butter and marshmallows. You will need to stir almost consistently to make sure the marshmallows don't burn and both ingredients combine throughout! 


2. Add in 50g of white chocolate to the mixture, stir occasionally until completely smooth.


3. Take the saucepan off of the heat but leave the bowl above the hot water. The marshmallows cool quickly so keeping them above the hot water will slow the process down. Add the rice Krispies and mix together. 

4. Using greaseproof paper, line any baking tin you have to hand. The great thing about this recipe is you can use dishes of all sizes and shapes. I just used a rectangular swiss roll tin but you could be more creative.


5. Pour the marshmallow and Rice Krispie mixture into the tin and spread it out evenly. 


6. Top with as little or as many raspberries and white chocolate chips as you like, then pop it in the fridge to cool for 1 hour. 


7. Whilst cooling, melt the rest of your white chocolate. Once smooth, drizzle over the top of the now completely cool giant Rice Krispie bar. You can be as messy as you like for this. Then, pop it back in the fridge for 30minutes to set the chocolate. Finally cut and serve...



These treats are honestly so yummy but if you're not so much a fan of the fruit you can just switch it out for your favourite candy or chocolate bar! It would be really nice to use mini eggs instead and give them to your family for Easter.

Love always,
Melissa


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  1. Omg, that looks so tasty and actually very easy to do. Love it!

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  2. These look so good! I love no bake recipes as well, anything that doesn't require me using an oven is a winner.

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