25 July 2017

Recipe Favourite – Double Bubble Slice

Double Bubble Slice – Have you ever left things to the last minute when you have to take something to a party or even planning your own party for the kids? Or want something easy for the kids to make and enjoy themselves. Well is a very easy recipe for just the occasion.
The Double Bubble Slice will be a hit for both adults and the kids.
You could even whip up a batch or two for your open house if you are trying to sell your home. It’s one way of getting the prospective buyers to remember your house if they are looking at a few houses.
Double Bubble Slice

2 cups rice bubbles
2 cups coco pops
1 cup coconut
1/4 cup chia seeds
1/4 cup seeds mix
1/4 almond slivers
125 grams butter
1/3 cup honey
1/3 cup crunchy peanut butter
1/4 cup caster sugar


Mix together in a bowl rice bubbles, coco pops, coconut, chia seeds, seeds mix, almond slivers. Put aside.
Over a low heat, in a saucepan, stir the butter, honey, peanut butter and sugar until the butter melts. Then let simmer for 5 mins not stirring it.
Pour liquid mixture over the dry mixture and gently mix with a spoon until all is mixed together.
Line a baking tray with baking paper (wet first to make it easier to mould to tray, shake off the water) and press the mixture into the tray.
Refrigerate until set.

If you don’t like nuts or seeds mix you can substitute with some sultanas or cranberries. Or just leave them out altogether.
If it is a bit sweet for you consider leaving out the caster sugar.
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