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Chocolate Crispy Rice Clusters

Chocolate Crispy Rice Clusters created by Babycat

Confectionery made easy!

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ingredients

  • 1 cup semisweet baking chips
  • 12 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 dash cinnamon
  • 1 cup Rice Krispies (approx, see directions)

directions

  • Line a mini-muffin pan with mini-muffin paper cups. Fill each cup about halfway with Rice Krispies. No real measurement required here.
  • Carefully melt the chocolate chips (can also use bar chocolate for baking, candy melts would also work but already have a lot of added flavor thus taking away from the vanilla-cinnamon combo) either on stovetop or in the microwave. If microwaving, be VERY careful because culinary chocolate can burn if nuked too hard!
  • When it's a nice stirring consistency, stir in the vanilla and cinnamon.
  • While the chocolate is still hot, spoon over the Rice Krispies, coating them well.
  • Gently re-microwave if mixture begins to stiffen.
  • Freeze the pan for at least 2 hours prior to eating.
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  1. Babycat
    Chocolate Crispy Rice Clusters Created by Babycat
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  2. Babycat
    Considering I had no cupcake pans, I had to slightly modify this recipe. I ended up mixing the rice krispies into the chocolate and then forming little balls that I put on a cookie tray to freeze. I think they turned out decent, but I feel that milk chocolate might have come out better. Thanks for posting. Made for New Kids on the Block 2010.
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  3. the80srule
    Confectionery made easy!
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