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Rice Crispie Cakes

Posted by on May 7, 2012

ric crispiecakesThese are always a welcome sight at home and so easy to make. They are, in my opinion, much nicer then the chocolate ones.

But you can be the judge of that…….

 

 

This is pretty much the original 1970’s Kelloggs recipe I think, apart from the extract & not essence bit!

 

 

Rice Crispie Cakes

100g rice crispies

80g golden syrup

15g sugar

15g butter

a few drops of vanilla or almond extract

Put the syrup, sugar & butter in a large saucepan and melt then bring to the boil for one minute, stirring continually.

Remove from the heat and add the extract & rice crispies. Mix well. Divide into cake cases or in one large tin. Place in the fridge until set. I have pushed a cake pop/lolly stick into a mound of sticky rice crispie mix while in a cake case so that they can be picked up that way, seems to work quite well, until they fall off the stick!

They will keep in a tin for a few days if they don’t all disappear ♥

rice crispie cakes

6 Responses to Rice Crispie Cakes

  1. Trudie

    I love your site Sam. Got so many ideas for yummy things now

    Trudie x

    • Sam

      Thanks Trudie. That’s really sweet of you. Feel free to post pics on my Facebook page, when you’ve made any of my recipes :)

  2. Trudie

    Good morning Sam

    No problem. We loved your cookies as you know. I’ve really enjoyed putting so much into practice lately. Will suggested you and Gavin could swap roles next time and you release some video tutorials too. I think it was tongue in cheek but is it something you have done or will do? Have a lovely weekend.

    Trudie x

    • Sam

      Funny you should say that Trudie…….I have done a few foodie videos before. It may be something I do a few more of in the future. You just never know what’s round the corner & I kind of like that! Have a great weekend hun x

  3. Rachel Allan

    I love this recipe! I added pink food colouring to it to create pink crispies!

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