Rice Krispies Christmas Puddings!

12/15

My latest quick video shows you how to make a no- bake sweet festive treat in no time at all!

You will need;

  • 50g unsalted butter
  • 180g marshmallows
  • 100g Rice Krispies
  • 200g milk chocolate
  • 100g white chocolate
  • Holly leaf decorations (I got mine from Sainsbury’s but they are available from most supermarkets)

Method;

  1. Melt the butter and chocolate in a pan.
  2. Add marshmallows and stir until they have melted.
  3. Add in your Rice Krispies. Take off the heat and stir well.
  4. Once they have cooled a little, spoon a tablespoon of mixture out into your hands and roll into a ball. Put these on a lined baking tray and then chill for 15 minutes.
  5. Melt your white chocolate and pour into a piping bag. Pipe a little white chocolate on top of each Christmas pud and top with a holly leaf icing decoration.
  6. Pop back in the fridge to firm up for a further 15 minutes.
  7. Enjoy!

They will last a good few weeks in the fridge!

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Happy baking and Merry Christmas!

Britt xo

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  • Gort1

    What does “g” mean for measurement

    • Tracey

      Grams

  • Janet Liversage

    How many approx does this make? Thanks.

    • Britt Whyatt

      About 24 depending on how big you make them xo

  • Vicki Bavuso Jenkins

    What is the little red dot? Do you know if I can mail order the leafs. I live in the country and our Independent Supermarkets don’t have them? These would be great for our Country Woman’s Christmas market. Thank you

    • Britt Whyatt

      They are royal icing holly leaves. If you google them both places to buy them and tutorials to make them are available 🙂

      • Vicki Bavuso Jenkins

        Thank you

  • Jodie Beeching

    Is it cooking chocolate or normal chocolate ?

  • osteogenesis

    Going to try this recipe as everyone else has, ‘american’ measurements! lol cups! Love your site. Happy Christmas.

  • Judy Sinclair

    Oh dear. Not sure what went wrong as measured everything out exactly but ended up with a dry lump of chocolate krispies that I couldn’t roll into balls as it wouldn’t stick together. The video looks as though the end mixture was much ‘wetter’ than mine. Then thought I’d melt the white chocolate over a bowl of boiling water (the bowl not touching the water) but it was just another lumpy mess – not runny chocolate as in the video. Had to throw that away and have ended up with 8 dry looking balls and dumped the remaining chocolate Kristie mixture. Any suggestions as to what I’ve done wrong – even though I tried to follow the ingredient measurements to the letter and followed the video ……. ☹️

    • Britt Whyatt

      Without being in your kitchen with you (which would be odd) I couldn’t tell you what went wrong. I don’t know of anyone who has had a problem making these before. If your chocolate has gone into a dry lump it’s possible you could have overheated it and burnt it slightly. It should be a nice consistency like in the video. I can only suggest giving it another go and not heating the chocolate for quite so long. I heat mine in the microwave at 20 second bursts. 🙂

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