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  1. whisperinggums

    Woo hoo, I’m first for once, but what to say, what to say? I mustn’t waste this space! Yep, I’m going to – waste this space – cos I’ve got nothing. I might of course have had something if the recipe worked for me, but it doesn’t and so I will (waste this space I mean).

  2. Eleanor@eatinglikeahorse

    You had me at the title – and the picture confirmed it!
    It annoys me too when dark chocolate has milk in it – surely the whole point is it hasn’t?! And I’ll sign the fiery pits of hell petition; I’m a milk chocolate-lover and even I wouldn’t eat or bake with the milk choc chips, even in a chocolate emergency, I’d have expected better of Cadbury’s, tsk!

  3. Emma

    If they taste like sweet-sweet-sweet, that sounds far removed from tasteless to me. I’d eat them! And what’s this? Lo and behold, you, your dad, and your coworkers enjoyed them fiery spawn chips things:) It was probably just the peanut butter though, right?

    So excited for stress month from hell (it originated in the same sector as those chips) to be over, so I can bake something already !

  4. Melanie @ Melanie Cooks

    I love chocolate, and this dessert looks so good!

  5. hungryandfrozen

    Okay, Ms Reads-My-Mind, I have some leftover Coco Pops from a chocolate recipe I’ve just made. (Which is now on my blog.) Will duly take the rest of them and try making this recipe, because it sounds superior to all things.

    I hate that they put milk solids in their dark chocolate- I always list dark chocolate as an ingredient in my vegan/dairy-free recipes, would hate for someone to go out there and get the wrong stuff and then get all swollen up and resentful.

  6. Bianca @ Confessions of a Chocoholic

    I’ve made brownies with a rice krispy/marshmallow/Nutella top and they were a big hit – next time I will use peanut butter too!

  7. Errign

    Your review of the milk chocolate fully made me LOL.

  8. Leah

    “near tasteless devil spawn” LOL love your work Hannah xo I’ve never been keen to bake with Cadbury’s.

    Id be very happy to just eat this icing! DELICIOUS 😀

  9. Lisa

    um…oh my….these look too freakin’ delish!

  10. Hannah

    Oh wow, this look amazeballs, no other word for it. I am allergic to 100% of it but I think I need to make it for a cheat day fo’ sho!

    I hate using chocolate chips – I just crush up various flavours of Lindt. Because I’m classy like that.

  11. Margaret

    Darling you would never get any sleep in a room full of puppies!
    I did go out and buy the Melts after your last review. I will have to buy some of the white Chips to go with raspberries in my almond meal muffins.
    I do love the packaging of the new Cadbury baking range; I guess it helps that purple has always been my favourite colour.

  12. Casey @ Insatiably Healthy

    I LOVE the idea of mixing in rice bubbles and peanut butter as a frosting. Peanutty and crunchy. You have satisfied my silly American cravings.

  13. Julia @ Boredom Abounds

    Oh, that’s disappointing about the milk choc olate chips. I love Cadbury in my baking, but will steer clear of the milk choc chips. I usually use Nestle choc chips and had hoped the Cadbury ones would be even better!

  14. JohannaGGG

    sounds like an excellent way to treat your rice bubbles! curious about how it would taste to add peanut butter to the melted chocolate

    I am glad you find the dark choc chips pleasing – now I just have to find them – went to where they usually keep the cadbury ones last week and found myself at home with melts not chips – was most displeased by the changes because when you are tired and rush to the supermarket after dinner you should be looked after rather than challenged!

  15. Lisa @ Blithe Moments

    I for one can never imagine buying milk choc chips over dark choc ones. I see them there in the supermarket and wonder who does buy them.

    But thanks for the review, I will give them a try instead of my regular nestle ones next time.

  16. Kari @ bite-sized thoughts

    This looks like an adult version of the rice crispy treats I recall from childhood birthday parties 🙂

    I like the chocolate chip review too – very helpful! Although I confess to feeling a little sick on thinking about the white chocolate chips. I think white chocolate designed for cooking might be at the bottom of my chocolate hierarchy.

  17. Christine (Merf)

    Your food photos are looking GOOD, chica! I’m trying to cut sugar out of my diet, though, so I had to breeze by them. 🙂

  18. Nic@diningwithastud

    Im dying of sugar overload in the best way just looking at these! I bought some chips over the weekend so will see how they go 🙂

  19. Catherine

    How can I go and make porridge for breakfast after reading this!

    Hmm I think after the success of the raw vegan carob brownies with the healthier members of the house, this recipe might be perfect for my cereal-and-peanut-butter-head sons. Ciao ciao

  20. Fatbooo

    I’ve never used baking chocolate before, last time I made brownies I used 2 blocks of Green and Black 85% dark choc. Re: Cadbury chocs alright for baking… hahaha not convinced!! Esp when you didn’t go into your voluminous and poetic discourse on all the hints and flavours you can glean from the chocolate, you know.. the way I do with coffees? 🙂

  21. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I haven’t even broken into my Cadbury box but I think I’ll be giving the milk chips a wide berth-unless of course I was in the mood for near-tasteless devil spawn and want to waste my precious tummy space 😛

  22. penny aka jeroxie

    Ar!! I used only the dark chocolate melts! And no to wasting tummy space as well.

  23. Libby

    I’m supposed to be cutting down on sugar in an attempt to create the perfect bikini body for summer. Then I saw this.

    Oh dear. I HAVE to make this, now!

    Bye-bye, bikini body!

  24. Iron Chef Shellie

    Here i am craving peanut butter and you go and put this in my face! WANT!!!

  25. Agnes

    It’s not batter! Clap clap!

  26. Kath Lockett

    All I lack in the pantry is the rice bubbles – would stale, crushed cornflakes do?

  27. leaf (the indolent cook)

    They look like they have lots of texture, these sweet little delights! Yes, I can see chocolate happiness in them.

  28. juniakk @ mis pensamientos

    wow peanut butter icing with chocolate rice krispies! hahaha love how you call them bubbles. 🙂 i bet i would eat this entire pan….!

  29. Amber Shea @Almost Vegan

    Kansas City! Yes! Kansas City! 😀 😀 😀

  30. Ellie@fitforthesoul

    Whoa! Okay so, I’ll send you my address now and you can send those over to me 😀 They look so delicious~And I had no idea cadbury sold those. I love their milk chocolate with fruit and nut, but I don’t particularly like it in baked goods so much. But, this recipe sounds delicious~

  31. Helen (grabyourfork)

    omigosh hello! i think there’s an error in your recipe though – peanut butter is *not* an option, it’s mandatory. lol

  32. msihua

    You is the crazee *woot *woot* You is the Angle babe *w00t* *w00t* You is giving me rake sways of this *woot *woot*

  33. Heidi - Apples Under My Bed

    haha LOVE the way you wrote about the milk chocolate chips. I haven’t used any of their products, but that description was brilliant 🙂 Great work on the slice!
    Heidi xo

  34. Lou

    hehehe I love this review, dang evil milk chocolate melts! I’m not a big milk chocolate fan full stop, so I doubt I will be buying these 🙂 Love your idea for the rice bubble slice though, peanut butter is always a winner with chocolate.

  35. Katy

    This looks so good! I love the way you’ve made the icing the feature. Oh I could soooo eat some of this right now…

  36. Camille

    Tee hee. Your assessment of the milk chips made me giggle. A lot.

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