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Honey Rice Puff Bars Recipe

These Honey Rice Puff bars have been a hit with the children that have come to visit Sinchies HQ. No need to buy the packaged rice bubble bars, these are simple to make and can be frozen! Double the mixture, cut it up into squares and then store them in your Sinchies snack bags in the freezer. They're ready for the school week ahead!

Rice Puff Bars Recipe
Yields100 Servings
 50g butter
 30g coconut oil
 1/3 cup honey
 30g raisins
 1 TBSP chia seeds
 2 TBSP sesame seeds (raw)
 3 TBSP dessicated coconut
 2 1/2 cups rice puffs (I used freedom foods)
1

Heat the butter, coconut oil, honey and raisins/sultanas in a saucepan and bring the mix to the boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for about 5 minutes stirring continuously. Remove from the heat and add the chia seeds, sesame seeds, shredded coconut and rice puffs and mix well.

2

Line a square pyrex dish (about 20cm x 20cm) or similar with baking paper and spread your rice puff mix into this. Place it in the fridge to set for about 2 hours.

3

Cut it into squares or rectangles and store them in your Sinchies sandwich bags or Sinchies snack bags in the fridge/freezer ready for lunch boxes!

4

If sending them to school it's best to freeze them and let them defrost in the lunchbox as i've found they do go a bit soft if left out in the heat for any length of time

Ingredients

 50g butter
 30g coconut oil
 1/3 cup honey
 30g raisins
 1 TBSP chia seeds
 2 TBSP sesame seeds (raw)
 3 TBSP dessicated coconut
 2 1/2 cups rice puffs (I used freedom foods)

Directions

1

Heat the butter, coconut oil, honey and raisins/sultanas in a saucepan and bring the mix to the boil. Reduce the heat and simmer for about 5 minutes stirring continuously. Remove from the heat and add the chia seeds, sesame seeds, shredded coconut and rice puffs and mix well.

2

Line a square pyrex dish (about 20cm x 20cm) or similar with baking paper and spread your rice puff mix into this. Place it in the fridge to set for about 2 hours.

3

Cut it into squares or rectangles and store them in your Sinchies sandwich bags or Sinchies snack bags in the fridge/freezer ready for lunch boxes!

4

If sending them to school it's best to freeze them and let them defrost in the lunchbox as i've found they do go a bit soft if left out in the heat for any length of time

Honey Rice Puff Bars Recipe

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