rainy day baking: rice bubble slice

The other week I had the most random craving for rice bubble slice – I don’t know if it was because it was easter (is it even an easter thing?) or if I was reminiscing back to 2005 at Mercury Bay Area School where we had bomb bake sales on a Friday afternoon, but I knew I had to make it.
So while Claire and Marie went out for a run I got to work in the kitchen melting down marshmallows, chopping up chocolate, increasing my chances of getting diabetes, and re-creating the slice of my childhood dreams.
Its so bloody easy to make, which is dangerous, because it’s so soo soooo good.
I’ve chucked the recipe down below so you too can take yourself back to 2005 and munch on some chewy-marshmallowy-rice-bubbly goodness.

You need:
250g pink + white marshmallows
90g butter (chopped up)
4 cups ricies
colourful chocolate drops of your choice!

Line a baking tin with baking paper, the ideal size is probably 20x30cm but you just do with what you’ve got!
In a large bowl, put in the rice bubbles and half of your rainbow choc chips.
Put the butter and marshmallows into a medium-sized saucepan and stir over a medium heat with a wooden spoon until everything is all melted and smooth.
Pour the melted marshmallow mixture into the rice-bubble bowl and mix it all together well!
Wet your hands, and press the mixture firmly into the baking tin. If you feel the mixture starting to stick to your hands, just wet them again and you’re good to go. Sprinkle the rest of your rainbow choc chips and refrigerate the slice until set!
Chop up the slice and pop it in an air tight container or straight into your mouth.hazycam

And there you go, dreams do come true ❤


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