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Mars Bar Slices

Mars Bar Slices

Lowen had a couple of Birthday parties this weekend so I whipped up some of these refrigerator Mars Bar slices to take along. They are super quick to make but taste amazing. Well worth a go for kiddies parties...and the adults love them too.

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Mars Bar Slices



Mars Bar Slices


MARS BAR SLICES




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Mars Bar Slices

Mars Bar Slices

A no-bake Mars Bar slice made with Mars Bars, rice krispies and lots of other naughty things. Perfect for kids birthday parties.
Ingredients
  • 4 Mars Bars, chopped
  • 2 TBSP Syrup
  • 150g Butter
  • 6 cups of Rice Krispies – use your judgement, the mixture needs to be quite stiff
  • 300g Dark Chocolate, chopped
Instructions
Step 1: Line a swiss roll tin with baking paper.Step 2: Melt the Mars Bars, Butter and Syrup together either on a al ow heat on the hob or in a microwave (do it 10 second bursts and stir if using the microwave).Step 3: Mix in the rice krispies then press the mixture into the tin and pop in the fridge for 10 minutes..Step 4: Melt the dark chocolate in the microwave and spread onto the rice krispies mixture, smooth over then retirn to the fridge for at least 2 hours before cutting into squares.

Details
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Yield: 16 slices



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If you like the look of these, have a look at my Chocolate Fudge Brownies too!

Comments

  1. :O They look goooooooooood...

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  2. Hayley has it one... They look seriously gooooood!

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  3. I would love one of those right now! they look really really good!

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  4. Wow, I bet they went down a bundle at the party, I wouldn't mind one myself, that's for sure.

    BTW, for your American readers, Mars bars are Milky Ways here, go figure! ;-)

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  5. Oh wow, I am in heaven just looking at these beauties! Great recipe, I can't wait to try it!

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  6. yum- they would not last ten minutes in this house- I must make some!

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  7. I remember have these on birthday once. They were lovely and chewy.

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  8. Someone brought these to a picnic recently and they were such a hit. Thanks a ton for the recipe!

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  9. My mum used to make these, I had forgotten all about them! Thay are sinfully good :)

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  10. OMG Beth these look so good, I bet the kids loved them!

    Maria
    x

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  11. These look wonderful! I could eat 2 or 3 right now. I am sure they didn't last long.

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  12. Yum, yum, yum. An interesting take on an old fave.

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  13. these look seriously addictive, so all i can say is hooray for rice krispies and sprayed-on vitamins, my excuse for eating so many. :)

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  14. I saw on Prudy's blog you said you lived in a small town. I envy you!

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  15. What a great sweet treat!!

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  16. Mars Bars are my favorite candy but sadly I can't find them anymore I think here in the US they turned them into almond snickers bars!

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  17. Oh, melted candy bars! These sound fantastic.

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  18. Oh WOW Beth this is pure heaven for me in choccie form -YUM!!

    Rosie x

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  19. Veronica,
    In England they are called Mars Bars and in the US they are called Milky Way. They are both the same thing -- caramel, nougat and chocolate.

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  20. These look really good! What an indulgence. :)

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  21. Oh wow these are lush, my kids would go wild for these:-)

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