While browsing our local cake and candy making specialty store the other day, I found myself eyeing the bags of crisp rice again. They are in the chocolate and candy making section of the store. The crisp rice is exactly
what you find inside a bar of Nestle Crunch. The bag was only $2.99 so I decided to get it.
You will need some milk chocolate or milk chocolate candy melts, a 1 ounce bar of white chocolate, and crisp rice.
I have many different candy moulds, but I broke out the ones that are shaped like candy bars for the recipe. It is very basic.....you melt the chocolate, stir and add in your desirable amount of crisp rice. Pour the mixture
into your candy mould and refrigerate to set, unless you tempered you chocolate you won't need to do that.
Once they are set, melt your white chocolate and get your pastry bag and small round tip ready. Once meltd, transfer to your piping bag and decorate however you wish and enjoy!
As a side note, I have been working with Lorann Oils this past year. Here is their website:
I used the orange oil for one of the bars. I added one drop as it is more concentrated that extract. Do you know exactly what it tastes like? One of those chocolate orange balls that you have to whack on the table to break
it open into the wedges that are available around Christmas! Wow, I am so impressed by these oils.
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