But enough chat. Let's make these things!
|Get ready to cook - tie hair back, don your apron (it doesn't have to match your tablecloth), roll up sleeves, and wash your hands.|
|Do your prep - get your bun cases ready (you'll only need about 12). You can use paper, but we like to use our silicon cases for crispy cakes.|
|Measure your cereal (and some raisins too if you fancy them) into a big bowl.|
|Gently melt the chocolate with the butter and syrup over a low heat.|
|When the chocolate mixture has melted mix it in with the cereal.|
Spoon the mixture into the bun cases - we find it easier to do this with a metal spoon.
Then you can add smarties, or chocolate eggs, or whatever you like to the tops.
As you can see, the little girl has been doing some quality control.
|Leave your cakes to set...|
|...while you're waiting, you can make a start on cleaning up|
|Yummy (these ones were made with white choc, rice crispies, coco pops, and smarties)|
There are so many ways you can make crispy cakes - this is our favourite (at the moment). What's yours?
This post is inspired by Fat Mum Slim's post on 50 things to blog about. The full list of posts inspired by the list can be found here. I've created a list of 50 more things to blog about, and you can find that here.