Saturday, October 9, 2010

Rice Bubble Slice !

Rice Bubble Slice !
This is a very easy recipe for the days you want some thing really quick and simple for the kids lunch boxes or a quick after school snack !
Recipe !
4 cups rice bubbles (I used home brand rice pops).
1/3 cup of sugar (I used raw sugar ).
90 grams butter.
1 Tablespoon honey.
Method : Melt butter ,sugar and honey in a sauce pan until all melted and sugar dissolved then pour over the rice bubbles mix well and press into a tray lined with glad bake .Then bake in pre heated oven 160 degrees Celsius (I use a fan forced oven) for 10 minutes or until lightly golden brown in colour ! Let them cool and cut into squares. I use my 9 inch or 23 cm square cake tin. Keep the glad bake and use over and over ! You could also make them in patty pans if you like.Next time I make these I'm going to add some maccadamia nuts .At my sons school they have a ''No nuts policy " So I wouldn't give them to him to take to school, if I added the nuts. I remember when I was about 8 years old my mum made these for me when I needed to take a plate to my Sunday School Christmas party and I remember being quite disappointed that they weren't on the table I was sitting at . I still remember that and that was nearly 40 years ago ! I plan to a make a different biscuit recipe every week so stay tuned for the next one ! I'm looking forward to seeing what next weeks recipe will be also ! It will be a surprise for me as well !


  1. Hi Sherrie

    Yum these look really good. I'm going to give them a go this weekend as the kids are back at school on Monday!! Thanks so much for the idea.

  2. Hi Sherrie, I am going to make these right now for lunch boxes tomorrow.
    PS I love your blog.

  3. Akk that will teach me to not read the instructions. Great recipe Sherrie and fab blog. I combined everything then added the butter lol. Its in the oven now so not sure how it will turn out. Anyway it tasted fab and I am sure my lot will eat it. Thanks foir the recipe ( sissy from SS)

  4. Thank you!! It's so frustrating when cookbooks call practically anything 'easy' (even that cake which needs to be prepared in three different bowls and things to sit overnight and four different types of flowers...)and it's so nice to have something that's simple, quick, feeds a lot of people, is cheap and can be made with whats in the pantry!! So thank you :)