A few years ago in Poland we had a difficult time when in sweet shops they only had products which had nothing to do with chocolate. Mums had to prepare their own candies for their children. My mum very often baked cakes and made sugar lollypops, sweet oat or rice balls. You can make these sweets in no time, and the children - eager for sweets - ate them just as quickly.
This difficult time is fortunately behind us, but I often make small, sweet oat balls for my children. Today I would like to share with you the recipe for nutty candy bars made with peanut butter and expanded rice. They are very easy to make and really yummy. Ask your children to prepare the sweets with you. They will be delighted to make their own dessert. I recommend it!
4 tablespoons of peanut butter
150g of white chocolate
75-100g of expanded rice
50g of dark chocolate
a fistful of pistachios
Melt the white chocolate in the microwave oven and mix it in with the peanut butter. Add the expanded rice and mix it in. Cover the baking pan with some baking paper or plastic wrap. Put the mixture into the baking pan, smooth it and leave in the fridge for two hours.
Chop the pistachios. Melt the dark chocolate. Cut the chilled mixture into smaller bars and decorate with the dark chocolate and the pistachios.
Enjoy your meal!