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    I make a muesli slice that has about 3 cups rice bubbles, muesli, dried fruit, honey and peanut butter in it. DS loves it

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    Quote Originally Posted by NAT256 View Post
    Pumpkin scones but add your potato puree instead.

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    Thanks I did pumpkin scones last week so I might make them with sweet potato this week

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    I do this a fair bit, often when DH is away i will take that time to use up pantry stuff.
    One of my most used 'pantry' meal is just rice with a stock cube, garlic, whatever spices i feel like and any veg i have, i often stir through some tin tuna at the end - it is one of those meals i always seem to have the ingredients for when everything is running out. Also if i have eggs i often make pancakes during pantry weeks to use up flour - i always have milk as i buy long life in bulk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    Ive got a big box of rice bubbles to use up! Any ideas on something cheap quick and easy? Im thinking some sort of slice
    Depending on how healthy (or not) you want to be I've got a recipe for Mars bar slice that's delicious. I'm not home atm so trying to visualise the recipe on the fridge because I'm totally useless and remembering the quantities. Will come back later and put them in.

    Butter
    3x Mars bars
    Rice bubbles
    1x block chocolate (I use top deck)

    Chop butter and mars bars, then place in saucepan and melt on stove until melted (if there are small pieces of mars bar unmelted, leave them in. Added bonus!)

    Pour butter/mars bar mix into rice bubbles and stir.

    Place into a pre-lined baking tray/tin. You can make it as thin or thick as you like.

    Place in fridge to set.

    Break up block of chocolate and melt.

    Pour melted chocolate over slice, place back in fridge and allow to set.

    When chocolate has hardened, cut up into pieces and enjoy.

    You can cut it up into small pieces or large ones. It's always very popular in my house (and friends love it too).

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    I like it. I'll follow and may start one just for recipes.


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    Definitely in... I seem to have a pantry full of stuff and still go to the shops every 2-3 days!

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    Here's a rice bubble slice I make regularly for my kids

    2 cups rice bubbles
    I cup dessicated coconut
    1 tablespoon chia seeds
    1/4 cup coconut oil
    1/3 cup honey
    1/8 cup cacao powder (or cocoa)

    Mix dry ingredients. Mix wet ingredients together and add to dry ingredients. Press into a slice tin and set in the fridge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Purple Lily View Post
    Ive got a big box of rice bubbles to use up! Any ideas on something cheap quick and easy? Im thinking some sort of slice
    Mars bar slice made it last week

    3 bars of mars bar
    Half block of butter
    Melted
    Then add rice bubbles till they are coated and sticky
    Not sure how much I just kept adding

    Flatten out on tray of baking paper then top with layer of melted chocolate
    Yum yum

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    Lol just noticed someone else already wrote down this recipe...


 

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