Chelsea

celebrating 130 years 1884-2014

Rice Bubble Cake

By Ange Tukaokao
Rice Bubble Cake
  • 10 reviews

  • Difficulty Easy
  • Prep time 10 mins
  • Cooking time 5 mins
  • Serves
    20
Ingredients

    125 grams Butter
    125 grams Chelsea White Sugar
    2 Tbsp Honey
    4 cups Rice Bubbles

Method

    Combine butter, sugar and honey in a pot and boil for 5 minutes then add rice bubbles, spread in buttered slice tray and cut while still warm.

    This recipe has not been tested by Chelsea Sugar.

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Reviews

Average Rating
410
(10 reviews)


Yummy!!! I use this recipe all the time. Quick and simple to prepare and the grand children's favourite.

Easy to make but mine set too hard .. just about breaking teeth !! How do I stop that happening ? I boiled it for 5 min like it said ?
CHELSEA: Hi there, did you put the slice in the refrigerator? If so, this can make it very hard. We recommend storing out of the fridge and cutting into squares while still warm.

delish!I baked it for my class they loved it. I've made the best thing for Thursday therapy so far!

Delicious love it yum

Just made this rice bubble cake. Turned out great, not too hard or soft. I used 3 and a bit cups of ricies and reduced the amount of sugar to 75g.

Hey I wouldn't eat these unless they contain banana, is there a way to incorporate the banana's creamy texture an flavor into this bar?
CHELSEA: we haven't tried this recipe with banana as an ingredient. Because this is a 'no bake' recipe, adding fresh banana is likely to significantly reduce the amount of time the slice stays good for. If you do give it a go, let us know how it turns out!

Great little recipe easy to make, when I made it, it didn't last long young and old were
eating it as soon as it was cool

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Excellent receipe. Kids love it.

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just finished making these, used 4 cups of rice bubbles and set hard as concrete...how can i stop this from setting to hard?

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Great in tiny muffin trays

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