Good News guys. All your Christmases have come at once. Chocolate Crackles. Christmas style. They’ve landed. And there’s so much to love:
- Chocolate. Tick.
- Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Super Low in Refined Sugar. Tick.
- No *actual* cooking required. Tick.
- You already have the ingredients in your pantry. Tick.
- Totally freaking delicious. Tick. Tick. Tick.
I guess it’s unanimous then. My Christmas chocolate crackles are the actual best.
But, don’t just take my word for it. Get cooking (if you can actually call it that). And don’t forget to let me know what you think in the comments below.
Merry Christmas guys!Print
Chocolate Crackles…Christmas Style
- Cook Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
- Total Time: 1 hour 10 minutes
- Yield: 12 stars 1x
- Category: Dessert
- Method: Refrigerator
These super yummy star shaped Chocolate Crackles are the perfect sweet treat for Christmas. Plus everyone can enjoy them, cos gluten free, dairy free and low in sugar – yay!
- 3 cups unsweetened rice puffs
- 1 cup crunchy natural peanut butter
- 200g, dark chocolate 85% cacao or above, dairy free
- 1/4 cup honey or rice malt syrup
- 1/4 cup coconut oil or butter depending on your dietary requirements.
- Grease and line a slice tin with baking paper.
- Break the chocolate into pieces, transfer to a microwave proof jug or bowl and microwave on high for one minute. Give the chocolate a stir and then microwave in 10 second bursts until the chocolate has fully melted. Next, melt the coconut oil/butter in the microwave if you need to.
- Pour the rice puffs, peanut butter, honey/rice malt syrup, melted chocolate and melted butter/coconut oil in a mixing bowl. Stir until well combined.
- Transfer the chocolate crackle mixture to the lined slice tin, using the back of a spoon to flatten the top of the mixture.
- Place the slice tin the fridge for an hour, or until set. Once set, lift the baking paper out of the tin and use a star shaped cookie cutter to make 12-star shaped Christmas chocolate crackles. Or just cut into slices, if you’re short on time.
- Store in an airtight container in the fridge.
- Bonus! When you cut out the star shapes there will be off cuts. If you don’t polish them off there and then, pop them in a sealed container and eat them for brekkie with milk, yoghurt and berries. Just like a chocolate milk shake only crunchy!
- Can’t be bothered cutting out the stars? I don’t blame you. These Chocolate Crackles are just as yummy served as a slice or in patty cases, anytime of year.
- Find unsweetened rice puffs in the health food aisle, or just use oats instead.
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Sorry Rani but I just can’t see the ingredients and amounts list anywhere?
This is my new website, which I’m still tinkering around with. You are one of the very first people to see it! I must have forgotten to enter the ingredients when I transferred the recipes across…thanks for alerting me to the glitch. Try this link https://www.youtotallygotthis.com/chocolate-crackles-christmas-style/ It will take you to the existing website with the full recipe.
I know what I’m doing on my working-from-home day tomorrow! These are going to go down a storm with the kids this weekend. Will let you know how I get on!
Oh yay! I’d love to hear how you get on. And make sure you keep some for yourself (they’re too good not too).
Have an awesome Christmas Katie. So proud of all you have achieved this year.
And thank you for your love and support.
These were soooo good!
Wanting to make them again but wondering if it might be (slightly) better for me if is use coconut oil and cacao instead of dark chocolate? what do you think? if so do you know what ratio to use? thanks
So glad you liked them. Using cacao is a great idea and would make them totally refined sugar free. I’d try a 1/4 cup of cacao and maybe use 1/2 cup coconut oil, instead of 1/4 cup butter – you can always add a bit more if the mixture seems dry.
I would love to know how you go!
Happy New Year.