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23.7.10

Cooking with Kids: Marshmallow Rice Bubble Slice

kids love eating and licking the spoons!

Today this kids and I made Marshmallow Rice Bubble Slice.   I made rice bubble slice before but that one didn't have the marshmallow in it. I like this version better. It's softer and chewy than the one with copha in it.   The recipe I have used is from kidspot a popular Australian parent resource site.  I added some chocolate chips in it too to make it a bit more fun for the kids.   Well at the end they picked into the slice and went for the chips instead lol.  Oh well!  At least they had a good time learning how to cooperate and work together by mixing, patting and taking turns in the kitchen.


Marshmallow Rice Bubble Slice (adapted from kidspot.com.au)

Ingredients:

* 75g butter
* 1 ½ packages Black and Gold brand Marshmallow puffs (pink and white)
* 6 cups rice bubbles
* optional:  1/2 cup of chocolate chips

Method:

Butter a large lamington or slice pan and set aside. 

Heat a large, heavy-based saucepan to a medium heat and melt butter.

Add marshmallow puffs and allow them to melt completely until you have a smooth cream. Be sure to stir constantly so the bottom does not burn.

Add rice bubbles quickly and continue to vigorously stir.  Add in the chocolate chips.



Once all ingredients are combined, place the mixture into prepared pan and press down using the back of a clean spoon until even.

Allow to cool and cut into slices. Serve or store in an air-tight container for up to one week.

I didn't take a photo of it first and this was the very LAST piece.  It was pretty good despite that fact it didn't look that nice cause of the pink melted marshmallows!

Well I hope everyone has a great weekend!   I have been so busy and haven't had to update or check anything!  Til next time :)

7 comments:

  1. this look really nice, you too have a great weekend ahead.

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  2. I would like to try this recipe. Looks easy and yummy.

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  3. It's always wonderful to have kids learning how to cook. I'm sure they have lots of fun.

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  4. That looks like a great snack! I would love it too!

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  5. Ah! very nice looking recipe!
    thanks.

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  6. That looks totally yummy!! If I was not at work right now, I would definitely go to the store and get those ingredients! Well written :)

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  7. This is really delicious! I just tried making yesterday and the kids want more!

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