These super simple bite sized treats are just as we’ve named them Easy Marshmallow Rice Bubble Bars. They’ll take no more than 10 minutes to make and 15 minutes to set, meaning you can whip them up for a last minute addition to the school bake sale, to take to work, or when friends drop around unexpectedly! Not too sweet and super delicious, they’re a perfect addition for your Bake A Wish fundraiser! Scroll on to see the recipe and find out how your cupcakes (and Easy Marshmallow Rice Bubble Bars) can grant life changing wishes for really sick kids.
Easy Marshmallow Rice Bubble Bars
220g White Marshmallows
1 tbsp Butter
3 cups Rice Bubbles
1 cup Mini Marshmallows
1/4 cup Sprinkles + extra to decorate
Smarties to decorate
Add marshmallows and butter to a microwave safe bowl. To get 220g of white marshmallows, you’ll need two packs of 220g mixed white and pink marshmallows. If you don’t want to buy two packets, you can use a mix of pink and white marshmallows, you’ll just end up with pink marshmallow rice bubble bars. Microwave for 30 seconds, stir and repeat until the marshmallow and butter have melted and are smooth.
Add the rice bubbles and stir until well combined. Add the sprinkles and mini marshmallows and stir well until everything is covered in the sticky marshmallow mixture.
Pour into a slice tin or a 6 inch (16cm) square cake tin prepared with baking paper. The marshmallow rice bubble mixture will stick to everything. Dampen your hands with a little water and press in to the tin. Add extra sprinkles and smarties.
Refrigerate until firm, then cut into squares your desired size.
Your cupcakes can make a unicorn fly…
In 2018, Make-A-Wish Australia is aiming to grant more life-changing wishes for really sick kids than ever before. To continue to make unicorns fly, bring dinosaurs back to life and to help little girls picnic in Fairyland, we need your help!
This year, you can use your baking skills to make a difference for really sick kids and make vital wishes come true. It couldn’t be easier to make a lasting impact for children diagnosed with life-threatening illnesses.
- Host a morning or afternoon tea at work or home
- Organise a bake sale at school or in your local community
- Throw a pizza night, cupcake decorating party or ‘guess the number of choc chips’ competition
- Make a tray of Easy Marshmallow Rice Bubble Bars, brownies, or your specialty treat and sell them to your friends, family and colleagues for a donation to Make-A-Wish
- Create a special Bake A Wish donut, muffin or cookie
- Or do anything else that takes your fancy!
It’s literally a piece of cake to make life-changing wishes come true for seriously ill children – and Bake A Wish is here to help you every step of the way!
Find out more at www.bakeawish.org.au
Check out these other Sweet Magazine recipes for easy to make and transport treats you could sell at a work morning tea: