This is such a kiwi classic! Most New Zealanders will remember this and it is such a simple recipe and quick too!
This is also my Mum saviour – the perfect thing for when the kids tell me at 7.30am that they are supposed to take a plate to school today for a shared morning tea or I realise that I was supposed to take a plate somewhere and totally forgot! Its easy, the ingredients are always in the house and it can be set and ready to take in half an hour if need be! Whether you call them Ricies, Rice Bubbles or Rice Krispies this is a very handy recipe!
You can either use it as a slice or use cupcake cases for something fun for a party.
125g Butter diced
2 Heaped TBSP Honey – I use clover honey
4 cups Rice Bubbles
In a large sauce pan gently heat the butter, sugar and honey over a low heat.
Be sure to scrape the sides occasionally so the sugar does not burn. Stir constantly to ensure it does not stick at the bottom until it begins to boil then with occasional stirring allow to boil for approx. 4 minutes. You will notice the colour and smell begins to change and the consistency becomes slightly sticky.
Remove from the heat and add the Rice Bubbles and mix well. Pour mixture into a lined 20 x 20 slice pan and set aside or pop in fridge to cool.
Once almost cooled remove from pan and slice into desired size pieces. Alternatively use cupcake cases and spoon the mixture into them and set aside to cool – if you use a second spoon to scrape off the mixture you will save burnt fingers!
I hope you enjoy this recipe – our kids love it as a treat and it always goes down well at parties – for adults and children alike!
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