Chocolate Crispy Treats
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These recipes for chocolate crispy treats are fun to make with children and delicious for all the family. The first rice crispy balls recipe has been kindly provided by chocolatier Anne Scott from her book Auberge Du Chocolat. Anne suggests experimenting adding other ingredients.
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Chocolate Crispy Balls
No weights or measurement are needed for this crispy balls recipe which makes it ideal for introducing children to baking.
Ingredients for Chocolate Crispy Balls
Dark, white or plain choc chopped up or in pellet form
Toasted rice cereal
Raisins or other choice of ingredient
Chopped glace cherries
How to make Chocolate Crispy Balls
Melt the choc. Read the how to melt for cooking page for details on how to do this easily and safely.
Add the cereal, raisins or your own choice of ingredients. The proportions are totally down to taste. More cereal will make them lighter. Add the chopped cherries to give extra colour, if you like.
Form the mixture into small, walnut size and put each into a petit fours or sweet paper case. Leave to set.
These clusters are really adaptable so try experimenting with different ingredients to add to each treat, such as honeycomb or marshmallows.
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