Rice Bubble Cake

One of the things my mum used to make when I was little and now I make it for my kids (and me too) It is really quick and easy and tastes great. I am not sure but I think that what kiwis (new zealanders) call rice bubbles (it's a breakfast cereal), Americans call rice crispies. So I think this may be a variation of rice crispie squares. There is no marshmallow in it.

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  • Melt butter, sugar and honey in a large pot.
  • Bring to the boil.
  • Boil for 1 to 2 minutes stirring constantly to prevent burning. The longer you cook your toffee for, the crunchier your cakes will be.
  • Remove from the heat and working quickly, add rice bubbles and press into a greased tin.
  • Mark into squares while still warm.
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"One of the things my mum used to make when I was little and now I make it for my kids (and me too) It is really quick and easy and tastes great. I am not sure but I think that what kiwis (new zealanders) call rice bubbles (it's a breakfast cereal), Americans call rice crispies. So I think this may be a variation of rice crispie squares. There is no marshmallow in it."
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  1. morgainegeiser
    Yum! these are really good. I did use rice crispies and they worked great. They are similar to rice crispie treats, but slightly different. I liked the honey taste and they are not quite as sticky as rice crispie treats. Made for PAC Spring 2009
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  2. christie
    One of the things my mum used to make when I was little and now I make it for my kids (and me too) It is really quick and easy and tastes great. I am not sure but I think that what kiwis (new zealanders) call rice bubbles (it's a breakfast cereal), Americans call rice crispies. So I think this may be a variation of rice crispie squares. There is no marshmallow in it.
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