The boys have gone to school today decked out in red, white and blue clothes (right down to their underwear) to celebrate the royal wedding tomorrow. The school is hosting a party for all the children and parents this afternoon and sent our a request for food for the party. So as we had been sent lots of things for baking over the Easter Holidays by Kellogg’s and Club Penguin, which we hadn’t used as we were making the most of the fine weather, we decided to make patriotic Club Penguin Rice Krispy Puffle nests.
They are super simple to make and the boys had so much fun doing them. So I thought I would share them here with you.
120g Kellogg’s rice krispies
275g of chocolate (we used easter eggs)
1 tablespoon of golden syrup (my secret ingredient, which stops the chocolate setting too quickly)
Coloured and white royal icing
Black icing pen
Melt the chocolate and add the golden syrup, add to the rice krispies and stir. Split in to cake cases, making a small dimple in the top for the puffles and leave to set.
Take coloured icing and roll into balls, using scissors cut in to the tops to make hair.
Roll out tiny white icing balls for the ices, which you can stick on using a small amount of water added to the puffle with a paint brush.
Then finish them off by adding pupils and a smile with the black icing pen. We also added chocked mouths as they were going to get eaten.
Then add the puffles to their nests.
I have a fantastic baking set to giveaway courtesy of Kellogg’s, which includes, Rice Krispies, Marshmallows, Two children’s aprons, a chief hat (as modelled by Mini), a spoon, icing and dolly mixture to give away.
All you need to do is leave me a comment below and I will draw a winner on Tuesday using a random number generator. Good luck everyone
Disclaimer: For the purpose of this post we were supplied with baking equipment and ingredients by Kellogg’s and Disney Club Penguin.
Those sound delicious, will have to make a batch with the Little Man.
Please pop my name in the hat :-D!
What I meant to say was: Yum!
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that’s very creative, and it looks tasty
Oooh they look tasty! I keep meaning to try making chocolate crispy cakes with special k… i think the slight saltiness would taste good with dark chocolate… mmmm. Must do it soon! 😉 x
I love crispy cakes just as much as the kids do! Please pop my name in the hat too 🙂
I love what you do with your pictures. Your site is so dynamic.
These look fab – well done!
They look great! I make a toffee crispy mallow cake which is also v popular with kids – melt value toffees, marshmallows and butter and stir in rice krispies.
Delicious. I could need some more easy baking recipes. Little L loves to ‘help’ in the kitchen, but she really is quite young (she’s still only 2…). Please count me in for the giveaway draw! xx
looks absolutely yum!
What great pictures, love the hat, my 5yo daughter thinks your son looks a great chef, we are off to buy rice krispies to make some tomorrow, its just not the same with cornflakes lol
Hope I am in time for the competition
My daughter would love to make these, please enter me in the draw