Healthy Rice Bubble Slice recipe

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This healthy no bake slice recipe is really quick to prepare and is nut free for lunch boxes. It couldn’t be easier to make this Sugar Free, Nut Free slice which is lucky because it gets eaten fast too! All of the ingredients I got from my supermarket, a health food shop would also stock these products but I’ve got options if you can’t find them near you.

This is called a Healthy “Rice Bubble” slice recipe, however, I did not use Rice Bubbles as they have added sugar, I use puffed rice available in a large bag in the health section of most supermarkets. This product is 100% Brown Rice only. You could use a variety of puffed grains if your healthfood shop stocks others.

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Rice Bubble Slice recipe

By February 11, 2014

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This no bake slice recipe is really quick to prepare and is nut free for lunch boxes. Enjoy this delicious, healthy Rice Bubble Slice recipe

Prep Time : 10 minutes. Yield : 24 Allergens : , , , , , ,

Rating 4.5 stars - based on 10 review(s)

Ingredients

  • Puffed Rice - 3 cups - Make sure the only ingredient is rice (or brown rice), I got it from the health section of my supermarket
  • Sesame Seeds - 1/4 cup
  • Chia Seeds - 2 Tablespoons
  • Coconut Sweet Spread - 2/3 cup - this is the spiral foods brand from health shops or Woolworths Asian aisle) if you cant find this use 1/3 cup coconut oil and 1/3 cup liquid sweetener of choice (Coconut nectar, Rice Syrup etc)
  • Coconut Butter - 150g (I make my own by processing 400g desiccated coconut until it is liquid OR I buy creamed coconut (A hard block) from an asian supermarket OR Coconut Paste sachets by Spiral Foods from my supermarket asian section - ALL the same
  • Salt - A pinch

Instructions

  • Line a small slice tray with baking paper
  • Place Chia and Puffed rice in a large bowl
  • In a small saucepan (non stick if possible) gently toast the sesame seeds by stirring on a medium heat until just golden - best to watch carefully as they can burn fast if unattended
  • Add toasted Sesame to the large bowl with puffed Rice and Chia
  • In the same saucepan melt 2/3 cup Coconut Sweet Spread (this is the spiral foods brand from health shops or Woolworths Asian aisle) if you cant find this use 1/3 cup coconut oil and 1/3 cup liquid sweetener of choice (Coconut nectar, Rice Syrup etc)
  • Add only 100g of the 150g of Coconut butter, either homemade with desiccated coconut using the method in this recipe OR 2 sachets of Spiral foods Coconut paste (from Woolworths Asian aisle) OR use creamed coconut from an Asian grocer, all are the same thing, simply coconut flesh processed until liquid which sets hard, this is not coconut oil
  • Stir the coconut sweet spread and coconut butter until melted together
  • Pour warm coconut sauce over the dry mix and stir until well combined
  • Press the Sticky Rice bubbles firmly into your small lined slice tray using a another piece of baking paper on top so it doesn't stick to your hands
  • Now melt in the same saucepan the final 50g of coconut butter with a pinch of salt
  • Pour and Spread liquid coconut over the top of the slice
  • Place in Fridge (or freezer) until firm
  • Once all set you can slice using a hot knife (Dip knife in a jug of hot water, dry with tea towel and use tea towel to press the knife through the slice)
  • Small squares work well
  • Store in an airtight container in fridge (or freezer if you are taking them in a lunch box)
  • This slice will set very firm when cool and remain quite in shape when out of the fridge
  • If taking to school make sure the lunch box is chilled or the slice may get a little bit melted and sticky
  • Enjoy xoxSha
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12 Responses to Healthy Rice Bubble Slice recipe

  1. Vanessa

    Do you think cacao butter instead of coconut butter would work?

  2. Karen

    These look devinely delicious !
    Unfortunately we cannot tolerate much coconut. What would be a suitable substitute .
    Xx

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hello Karen. You could try a combination of butter, rice syrup, tahini (sesame paste) or any seed or nut butter. Pepita spread is yummy (available health aisle at Coles)

  3. dena

    hi, do you think this would be good with peanut butter instead of coconut butter? we dont have any of that where i live! or would coconut liquid work? tia!

    • dena

      i made this in the end with peanut butter in place of coconut butter and it was sooo good! great recipe thank you!

      • Sha
        Sha

        Sounds great Dena, I am going to try that one day too, Glad it was good, I guess just a bit more gooey

  4. shelley

    I made this yesterday for my 21 month old and it was a hit. He just kept coming back and saying “more” …. Thanks!

    • Sha
      Sha

      Thanks Shelley – so great to hear

  5. LG

    I just tried to make this but when melting the spread and the butter together it separated. What did I do wrong?

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hi LG, not to worry, the coconut oil easily separates from the coconut nectar even when it is sitting on a supermarket shelf on a warm day due to different melting points. Stirring the mix while it warms up will get everything together again

  6. EH

    Hi just wondering if you could omit the coconut spread and just use the coconut butter which we find sweet enough on its own.

  7. Elle

    Yummy!! Used rolled golden flax seed as I didn’t have sesame seeds … The last 50g coconut butter only spread over halve. Thank you!

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