How can you go wrong with a recipe that’s essentially a cross between a nostalgic childhood favourite – the chocolate crackle – and our favourite chocolate bar?
I had seen this recipe on Foodiful for ages, and every time it pops up people go crazy over it. And it’s no surprise why. It was only a matter of time before this was made in my own kitchen.
Thank you Create Bake Make for giving us a reason to bring rice bubbles back onto the menu!
This slice is easy, super chocolatey and really does not last very long.
Poor students and cash-strapped millennials not willing to fork out for expensive Mars Bars and cereal – just swap the ingredients for home brand. It tastes just as amazing and will go down a treat at parties #adulting
This actually wasn’t on the plan for weekend baking – but my mum felt like scones. I wondered how to find the easiest scone recipe that could be whipped up in times like these when you really don’t feel like baking – you simply want scones, pronto.
I was surprised by how many of these cute little scones could be made with the amount of dough – that’s the magic of self-raising flour!
They retained their shape really well, making me think they would be extra adorable if cut out using different shaped cutters. Why not bake some heart-shaped scones for your loved one on Valentine’s Day or for a birthday breakfast in bed? Sounds like a plan!
The best thing about these brownies is that they look stunning. Brownies aren’t the most creative of baking ideas, but if you pop just the right amount of peanut butter into the mixture and swirl it around, you have an insta-worthy snack.
We tried to cut these into triangles for a different effect, and crumbled some freeze-dried raspberries over the top (which are delicious, by the way – from Fresh As)