Wednesday, March 28, 2012

Easter Cakes: Rice Krispie Cake Recipe for Toddlers

As much as children love munching their way through their Easter eggs, they also like to work with their grown-ups to make something special.  Here's how to make Rice Krispie Cakes to share with friends and family (you can also use left over Easter eggs to make this)

You will need:
A grown-up helper with oven gloves;
Left over chocolate egg;
Rice Krispies (similar cereal or muesli);
You may like to add some raisins, dried fruit or marshmallows;
Paper cake cases or muffin cases.

Instructions for the grown-ups:

  • Melt the chocolate in a bowl over hot water;
  • Once chocolate has melted, carefully remove the bowl with an oven glove;
  • Stir in some rice krispies (or alternative) until they are all covered;
  • Spoon them into the cake cases;
  • Place in the refrigerator for 15 minutes, once cooled.

Please remember to be cautious with all hot instruments and do not leave pans unattended when cooking.

Don't forget to take extra care brushing teeth during this chocolatey season!

Don't forget to check out our Facebook page at to see downloads and to stay up to date with special offers and coupons. If you need an activity to keep your little one busy over Easter, start a My Vacation Journal - a wonderful keepsake and it encourages children to write, color, draw, stick, collect and eventually show what they have been doing during their vacation available from our website at

Easter joke for you:
Why does the Easter Bunny have a shiny nose?
Because the powder puff is on the other end! Ha ha!!

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