• Serena Di Sabatino Di Diodoro

No bake cereal candy bars

Updated: Apr 13

Easter is coming and these are the treats that I wish I could taste right now: No bake cereal candy bars 🤩🤩

These squares are made of peanut butter, agave nectar, mixed cereals (I used CAP’N CRUNCH Original Crunch and Honey Hoops), colourful chocolate buttons and dark chocolate.

They are super easy to make and I don't think I need to convince you that they are super delicious too. BUT, I want to add that since these treats are very rich, I've intentionally made them very thin so that you won't be disgusted after 2 bites 😂

You can check out my recipe in the section below!



INGREDIENTS:



DIRECTIONS:

  1. Cover with parchment paper a 18x18 cm (7x7 inch) square pan (make sure you leave a bit of paper outside the borders of the pan otherwise it will be very difficult to remove the bars from the pan in the end).

  2. In a bowl add CAP’N CRUNCH Original Crunch, Honey Hoops and chocolate buttons. Mix and set aside.

  3. In a small pot pour peanut butter and agave syrup. Place on the stove and let them melt while stirring frequently.

  4. Pour the warm mixture into the bowl with cereal and chocolate buttons and mix until combined.

  5. Transfer the batter into the pan and press it down. Let it rest in the freezer for 30 minutes.

  6. Remove bars from pan and cut into 9 squares.

  7. Melt dark chocolate on a double boiler or in the microwave and cover the back of each square. Let it rest in the freezer for 30 minutes.

  8. Make the chocolate drizzle on the surface of the bars with the help of a spoon.

  9. Enjoy :)

RECIPE NOTES:

  • You can use any nut butter you want.

  • You can use maple syrup instead of agave syrup

  • A smarter way to make these squares would be making the chocolate layer at the beginning and then cover it with the cereal mixture. I didn't do it because I've decided to add it later 😅

  • Store these squares in the fridge inside an airtight container.

RECIPE CARD:


If you make it let me know! :)




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