Choc Nut Puff Crunch
I love to snack, so do my kids. So, it’s important to me to always have clean snack options on hand when I am out and about or ready to go in the fridge for those moments, I feel like reaching for something naughty.
As a busy mum I know we don’t have hours to spend time cooking in the kitchen.
Optional – You can also make this recipe without peanut butter.
Why Choc Nut Puff Crunch is a favourite in our household;
- simple ingredients
- easy to make
- no baking required
- contains good fats (coconut oil)
- cocoa is a superfood loaded with antioxidants
- naturally sweetened
- peanut butter is a source of protein
- 2 cups brown rice puffs
- 1/2 cup clean crunchy peanut butter – (optional)
- 1/2 cup coconut oil, melted
- 1/2 good quality cocoa powder
- 4 tbsp pure maple syrup or honey
- Dash of vanilla extract
- Line square baking tin (9×5) with baking paper or cling wrap.
- Combine cocoa, oil, maple, vanilla and salt in a large bowl, and mix.
- Add rice puffs
- Pour mixture into tin and level out making it smooth
- Pop in the freezer for 15 minutes to set. Then remove and slice it up, store in the freezer.
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