Rice Bubble recipes are fun to create, turning the favourite children’s breakfast cereal into delicious treats and snack ideas for every occasion. Check out some of my favourite recipes using Rice Bubbles.
Rice Bubbles are such an easy and versatile ingredient for creation yummy snack and treat recipes. We usually have a box of Rice Bubbles in the pantry, as it is a breakfast cereal of choice most of the time for my eldest daughter.
While chocolate crackles are by far the most popular Rice Bubble recipes but don’t let the inspiration stop there. Especially not once you’ve tried my reader favourite – white chocolate crackles.
These Rice Bubbles recipes are easy to make, loaded with puffed rice crunch and are sure to be a favourite with the kids. Most of them also make great share plate options for parties and events.
Rice Bubbles Vs Rice Krispies
Depending on what part of the world you come from, you may be wondering what on earth are Rice Bubbles. Here in Australia, that is the name of the popular Kellogs puffed rice cereal that many Aussie’s enjoy for breakfast.
But is it the same as Rice Krispies? Indeed it is! Same cereal, different name. Both work in any of the recipes, as do any generic puffed rice cereals you get in your local supermarket.
The Best Rice Bubble Recipes
These Rice Bubble recipes have something for every occassion – whether you want a snack or treat for home, or if you are looking for a fun idea to make to take with you.
Best of all, most of these recipes are also very affordable to make too. They are also simple recipes to make with kids, using their favourite breakfast cereal!
Tips for cooking with kids: Get kids involved with the simple steps for each recipe, such as measuring dry ingredients and mixing ingredients in the bowl. You can assist with any of the heating and cutting steps, but they will love being trusted with the easier stuff!
Time to stock up on Rice Bubbles and head to the kitchen for some baking fun. Get the kids involved and have fun together!
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