Mars Bar slice is so wrong but so right. Whenever I see either rice bubbles or mars bars on special at the supermarket I figure it’s the universe telling me I need to make this. I’ve not made it with any other chocky bars but I can’t see why it wouldn’t work with Snickers just as well. If you want to up the chocolate quota you can make it with cocoa pops instead of rice bubbles.
4 Mars Bars
120 grams butter
140 grams rice bubbles
White, milk or a mix of chocolate melts
Dash of vegetable oil
- Line a slice tin with baking paper.
- Chop each Mars bar into 5-6 pieces, place in a glass bowl along with the butter and melt in a microwave on medium for 2 minutes. Stir and keep heating on medium in 30 second increments until the butter is melted – for some reason the nougat layer doesn’t completely melt, but that’s fine and to be expected.
- Mix the rice bubbles through and spread into the prepared tin. Flatten the surface and place in the fridge to set.
- The slice can be eaten as is but I like to top it with chocolate. You can top with either white or milk, or a combination. For a combination, melt the white and milk in separate bowls. Place dollops of each randomly over the slice til the whole surface has some chocolate on it, then draw a skewer through the chocolate to make a marbled pattern. Allow to set completely before cutting.