Mars Bar Slice

Introduction: Mars Bar Slice

Have you run out of food ideas to serve your friends? Are you craving something sweet? Then I have the answer for you. In this Instructable I will be showing you how to make a Mars Bar Slice. With this simple recipe you will feel incredibly satisfied. This is the perfect food to take to a group function, you are garanteed to come home with a And you will easily become the most popular of your peers.

Supplies:

All you need is a few simple ingredients:

-3 x 65 g Mars Bars, chopped

-90 g butter, chopped

-3 cups Kellogg's Rice Bubbles

-200 g milk chocolate

You will also need this equipment:

-a saucepan

-a tray

-baking paper

-a wooden spoon

Step 1:

First, you will need to line the tray with baking paper. Once that is done, you will need to add the marsbars and butter together in a sauce pan. Stir continually over a low heat, and do not allow it to boil. Continue stirring until its smooth.

Step 2:

While stirring the mars bars and butter, add in the rice bubbles until they are evenly coated, and evenly press the mixture into the tray.

Step 3:

Once you have put the mixture in the pan, melt the milk chocolate in a microwave. Stopping to stir it every 20-30 seconds.

(Make sure that you use a microwavable bowl.)

Step 4:

Now pour the melted milk chocolate over the rice bubble mix and refrigerate until it is set. The refrigeration time will depend on the thickness of the chocolate which should take about 30 minutes.

Step 5:

Enjoy!!! I really hope you like this recipe. This is my go-to recipe for family and social gatherings. If you would like to personalize this recipe, it should work with any other chocolate bar. This recipe is good to know because it is very simple to make and absolutely delicious, its always a hit at morning teas, and parties.

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