Caramilk Rice Bubble Slice

Caramilk Rice Bubble Slice

Caramilk? I hear you ask, I thought that buzz had died down a long time ago - Nope -  No Way!

Caramilk has a Cult-Level status and I can understand why... its delicious!

Clearly I had to make this first to see what all the fuss is about. And I'm not kidding you I have made this 3 times before sitting down and finally telling you.. 

Be warned, I'm telling you now, once you try this recipe you will never go back! It's a trend that is smashing it all over social media at the moment and I'm going to walk you through this. 

So I did promise myself that in lockdown I wasn't going to break and I was going to stop eating SO MUCH SWEET FOOD -  like a block of chocolate with a bottle of wine after dinner and when the kids were asleep or the chocolate bar when you stop to get petrol - like everyday! But I'm officially breaking one promise to self just so I can bring this amazing slice to you.

This is one that you need to race out now and get the 4 items you need to make this slice (ohh and a couple of extra blocks of Caramilk trust me you will thank me for it!).

Enjoy! x 


What Ingredients you will need

200g White Marshmallows
- 100g Butter
- 180g Caramilk Chocolate (tag Cadbury)
- 5 cups of Rice Bubbles


1. Weigh out all your ingredients first – we used the Joseph new Tri-scales

Into a large microwave safe mixing bowl ( I used the OXO batter bowl for this part) add white marshmallows, butter (cubed melts easier) and 90g of Caramilk chocolate – break the block up. Microwave in 30 second bursts until melted, mixing in between each burst. Mix until smooth

2. Add rice bubbles to the caramilk mix and combine well & Listen to the 'Snap, Crackle and Pop!'


3. Line a slice tin with baking paper and Transfer the mixture to the slice tin and press down firmly with the back of a spoon. 


4. There can never be too much Caramilk Cadbury Chocolate!!!
Melt the remaining caramilk and drizzle over the rice bubble slice

5. Place in the fridge for 2 hours. Slice and Enjoy!

Caramilk Slice Cut and Placed on top of Uncut slice

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