J had his first real chocolate experience today and he loved it! We made dairy free chocolate rice krispie cakes together and it was such and easy and fun thing to do if you don’t fancy getting all the things together for some proper baking.
Dairy free chocolate
There is lots of great dairy free chocolate out there. We love Plamil and Kinnerton because they are also made in a nut free facility. Lots of good quality dark chocolate – like Green and Blacks – is dairy free but always check the ingredients as some of the cheaper brands are not. Many of them also carry a ‘may contain’ warning so it will depend how sensitive your child might be or what you are comfortable with.
I gave J some of the Green and Blacks dairy free chocolate to try but it is so bitter he turned his nose up at it! However, once it was mixed with a little golden syrup to sweeten it up he couldn’t get enough of it! And he thought mixing – and obviosuly eating – the dairy free rice krispie cakes was just great fun.
How to make dairy free & gluten free chocolate rice krispie cakes
J gets up really early so we often start baking before the rest of the world is awake! So at 6.30am we made dairy free chocolate krispie cakes.
They are so easy and fun to make. Plus you probably already have all the ingredients in your store cupboard. I think dairy free rice krispie cake are sich a simple classic that are great for snacks or parties – and everyone can enjoy them!
- 150g Krispies
- 200g Dairy free Chocolate
- 2 large tablespoons golden syrup
- Melt the chocolate and golden syrup together in a bowl over a saucepan.
- Add the krispies and stir until well coated.
- Press down firmly into a greased tin and leave to set in the fridge (about 2 hours)