Valentines White Chocolate Crispy Cakes

Wednesday, 11 February 2015
Homemade Valentines Gift Ideas
Homemade Valentines gift ideas

It's all about Valentines this week and today I thought I'd share an idea for those of you who don't want to spend a lot, but still want to give a little thoughtful gift. These white chocolate crispy cakes are super quick and easy to make, look so pretty and cost hardly anything to make. Plus, the best part is, once you've given them as a gift, you'll probably get to share them. You can take your tin back too, if you're shameless enough - I was.

What you'll need
400g Milky Bar Chocolate 
Rice Krispies
Mini marshmallows ( here)
Mixed heart cake decorations (here)
Edible Glitter (£0.99 from Home Bargains)
Pink Tissue Paper 
Cake Tin (£1.99 from Home Bargains)

Homemade Valentines Gift Ideas

White Chocolate Crispy Valentines Cakes

1. Break 300g of the chocolate into small pieces, put into a large bowl and melt in the microwave. Do not to heat for any longer than 10 seconds at a time without stirring in between.
2. Once it's melted, slowly pour in Rice Krispies while mixing. How much you use depends on how many you want to make and how chocolatey you want them to be, so it's really up to you. You'll be surprised at how far the chocolate goes - don't be afraid to add more Rice Krispies. I added enough to make about twice as many as shown above which was about 120g
3. Add a handful of mini marshmallows and mix again. 
4. Spread the mixture out flat into a shallow baking tray or bowl. This doesn't need cooked, so any bowl will do. 
5. Melt the remaining 100g in the microwave - again, stirring every 10 seconds. 
6. Pour the melted chocolate over the top of the mixture to create an even-ish surface.
7. Sprinkle the hearts over the melted chocolate and then the edible glitter.
8. Wait for 30-45 mins while the chocolate hardens or speed things up by putting it in the fridge.
9. Once hardened, cut into sections. I went for small squares, but you could make them bigger or even use a cute little heart cutter like this one to cut yours out. 
10. Place your tissue paper into the cake tin and arrange them on top - and voilĂ 

Homemade Valentines Gift Ideas

Hope you all like this idea, let me know if you make them too :)

Are any of you giving home-made gifts this Valentines?


p.s you could a Marc Jacobs perfume this Valentines, enter my giveaway here

13 comments on "Valentines White Chocolate Crispy Cakes "
  1. OMG these look incredible! Will defiantly have to attempt to bake some!


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  3. I’ve just found your blog and I’d like to say that I’m in love with it!
    I like your posts and photos! Really amazing!
    I’ll be happy to see you in my blog!)

    Diana Cloudlet

  4. Mmmm these look so good! I might make them for myself ;) x

    Charlotte / Colours & Carousels

  5. How delicious do these look?! And so easy to make considering how yummy they look!

    Emma x
    Writing Essays With Wine

  6. Oh wow.. I'm in a sugar-induced coma just looking at these! They look fantastic. Great job xxx

    Kirsty - Effortlessly Excessive

  7. These look super cute! I haven't made anything with white chocolate in far too long. Love your heart shaped tin too :) x

  8. They look lush! Love the tin too! Abi :)

  9. <3333 it looks so yummy!

  10. These look sooo mazing! Bookmarked for when I want to give these babies a go, I know they won't be half as good as these but it's worth the try right?

    Clothing Conscious // Fashion & Lifestyle Blog

  11. These look absolutely incredible and cute, bet they taste amazing as well xxx

    Blonde Of Carbs

  12. Omg these look amazing !!

  13. These look super delicious and so cute too :) <3 Gisforgingers xx


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