Easter Chocolate Crackle

This has to be one of the simplest chocolate recipes which you can make and is one of our boy’s favourite style of chocolate. You only need 2 ingredients to make these delicious chocolate treats. You can use either milk, dark or white chocolate.

What could be easier than mixing gluten free crispy rice puff cereal through melted chocolate and then spooning it into chocolate molds? My youngest likes to help make these. And because he helps, he gets to lick the spoon and the bowl when we’re finished!

How many you make will depend on the size of the molds you are using.

100g (3.5 ounces) milk, dark or white chocolate
9g (0.3 ounces or 3½ tablespoons) crispy rice cereal (I use this brand)

You can either melt your chocolate the old fashioned way, or you can melt it in the microwave. I melt my chocolate by boiling some water in a small saucepan. Once the water has boiled, turn the gas off and place a glass bowl over the top. Add the chocolate to the bowl and stir frequently until melted. Next, stir in the rice puffs and mix until well combined.

Using a teaspoon, place the chocolate mixture into your molds and then tap on the workbench to eliminate any air bubbles.

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Now refrigerate until completely set, which takes about 10-15 minutes. Please be patient and make sure your chocolates are set, otherwise when you try to remove them from the mold, they won’t come out properly.

Once set, it’s simply a matter of gently popping them out of the mold and either foil wrapping them or storing them in an airtight container in the refrigerator.

Recipe byThe Gluten & Dairy Free Bakehouse

Shared at: Gluten Free Wednesdays  

5 responses to “Easter Chocolate Crackle

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  2. Thanks to Shirley of Gluten Free Easily I found your site. My son went nuts for this easy treat. We loved it so much I made it again for Easter and played with the ratio of rice to chocolate. I blogged it and linked to your beautiful site.

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