Thursday, March 26, 2020

Chocolate Crackles #SpringSweetsWeek

This post is sponsored in conjunction with #SpringSweetsWeek. I received product samples from sponsor companies to help in the creation of the #SpringSweetsWeek recipes. All opinions are mine alone.

This iconic Australian dessert tastes like a crunch almond joy bar.  They contain only 5 ingredients, are no bake and child friendly.  This is a perfect, project for you to do with your children while you Shelter at Home.


Today is Day #4 in this fun event we call Spring Sweets Week.......


Welcome to #SpringSweetsWeek 2020 hosted by Heather from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks!  What better way to celebrate the warmer weather and flowers blooming than with food and a fun giveaway?

27 bloggers from around the country have come together to share over 100 sweet recipes perfect for spring!  So stop thinking about cold and snow and get ready to enjoy the best spring sweets like cupcakes, cookies, brownies, pies, and even beverages!

Our #SpringSweetsWeek sponsors are helping us give away some great prizes. Thank you so much to Dixie CrystalsMillican Pecan, Door County CoffeeAnolonDeiss CookwareAdams Extract, and Fresh April Sprinkles for your generosity. We have an incredible giveaway below and would love if you would take a moment to read about it and the prizes you can win!


My recipe today contains only 5 ingredients, one of which is powdered sugar, this made me appreciate our sponsor, Dixie Crystals, very much.  When you are only using 5 ingredients you wan to make sure you use the very best around.  I always know that the products I have from Dixie Crystals are going to be high quality.

They gifted me with both granulated and powdered sugar and have a terrific gift that is being raffled off to one of our lucky readers.  You can see a list of the wonderful prizes available in this post and enter to win one of them at the bottom of this page.

I was reading a memoir called The Road to Coorain which takes place in Australia.  Everything I do seems to inspire me to the kitchen.  I can't seem to read anything without noting the foods and the importance they play in the story.  In this case I was struck by the author's memories of her mother while they lived in the Outback and how she always had a complete meal on the table each night, including dessert.

I researched Australian desserts and came across this one for Chocolate Crackles.  While this probably was not one of the desserts that the author would have had from her mom, it is a very popular dessert with children in Australia. 


It was pretty popular with my Angel Face too.  Here she is measuring out the sugar for me.  In fact, this delicious dessert requires no cooking or baking, so this 5 year old sous chef made them from start to finish.

Let's take a look at what other sweets are being shared today.....

Thursday #SpringSweetsWeek Recipes



What an amazing week of Sweets we have had and it's not over yet!!  I will be back tomorrow with my final recipe.  Until then grab your little sous chefs, if you're lucky enough to have them, and whip up some of these Chocolate Crackles.  It will make Sheltering at Home just a little bit sweeter.



#kidfriendly, #familyfun, #desserts, #nobake, #chocolate, #coconut,
Desserts, Candy, Kid Friendly
Australian
Yield: 24 muffin size or 48 mini muffin size
Author:

Chocolate Crackles

Chocolate Crackles

This iconic Australian dessert tastes like a crunch almond joy bar. They contain only 5 ingredients, are no bake and child friendly. This is a perfect, project for you to do with your children while you Shelter at Home.
Prep time: 10 MCook time: Total time: 10 M

Ingredients:

  • 4 c. crisped rice cereal
  • 1 c. powdered sugar ( I used Dixie Crystals)
  • 1 c. flaked, unsweetened coconut
  • 1 c. coconut oil, melted and cooled
  • 3 T. baking cocoa

Instructions:

How to cook Chocolate Crackles

  1. Combine all ingredients in a large bowl and stir gently to mix well.  
  2. Spoon into muffin tins that have been lined with paper cups.  Place in the refrigerator for an hour or two, until firm.

Notes:

Adapted from a recipe found at Kelloggs
Calories
130.23
Fat (grams)
11.34
Sat. Fat (grams)
9.50
Carbs (grams)
7.10
Fiber (grams)
0.71
Net carbs
6.40
Sugar (grams)
5.15
Protein (grams)
0.45
Sodium (milligrams)
7.78
Cholesterol (grams)
0.00
Created using The Recipes Generator


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16 comments:

  1. Why have I never heard of these????? Thanks for the recipe (however, I would have to go to the store to make these so will save for the future)!! Stay well!

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    1. Yes, they are not an essential but they are a fun treat to enjoy when this is all over. Stay safe Debra.

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  2. These look so delicious and super easy to make! Lucky for me I have all the ingredients to make these soon!

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  3. I bet these would be great with cocoa krispies. Double the chocolate!

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    1. Great minds Karen, I had the same thought when I took a bite.

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  4. Five ingredients for the win! I love the coconut and chocolate combo too!

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  5. What a great idea to do a bake along with kids recipe now. Looks so good!

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  6. I've never heard of those before. Those look and sound so interesting.

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