Naughty Chocolate Crackles

  • Naughty Chocolate Crackles
Ranked: 144th

Rated 4.89 out of 5 based on 14 votes


  • 200 g milk cooking chocolate
  • 3 Tbls cocoa
  • 2 cups rice bubbles
  • 1 shot creme de menthe
  • 1 shot baileys irish cream


Break up chocolate and place in a microwave-safe bowl.
Cook on high in microwave for 20 seconds, remove and stir.
Cook for a further 10 seconds, remove and stir.
If the chocolate hasn’t melted completely by this time, repeat for 5 seconds at a time.
The trick is to under-melt it so when the chocolate is stirred, the remainder will cook from the residual heat.
Remove from microwave and stir through cocoa until incorporated.
Divide mixture into 2 bowls.
Add 1 cup Rice Bubbles to one bowl and the other cup to the second bowl.
Carefully fold the Bubbles and chocolate together, taking care not to squash the bubbles.
Once the Bubbles are thoroughly covered with chocolate, add the Baileys to one bowl and Creme de menthe to the other.
Mix the ingredients together in each separate bowl (again take care not to squash the Bubbles) until incorporated.
Lay out 20 medium patty pans and fill with tablespoons of your chocolate crackle mixture.
Place in the fridge for at least 30 minutes, or until set.

Makes 20 medium sized crackles (10 Baileys and 10 Creme de menthe)

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  • They’re beyond delicious! My whole batch disappeared almost instantly and my in-laws even asked me for the recipe – that’s a first for me! I will absolutely make these again. A+!


    by Sara Madsen on 09/04/2013, 03:15
    Sara Madsen
  • Cooked for my partner, naughty but nice :)


    by Langley Britchford on 09/04/2013, 08:31
    Langley Britchford
  • I love anything with Bailey’s in it. So might make these on the weekend. Thanks for the recipe Kristy.


    by Peta Fletcher on 09/04/2013, 19:39
    Peta Fletcher
  • Omnomnom I “don’t” cook, but I think even I can manage these… can’t wait to try it out!


    by Kerry McHarris on 09/04/2013, 20:43
    Kerry McHarris
  • Fair call, mint isn’t for everyone (they are my favourite of the two though).

    Try Kahlua for a mocha-hit, or perhaps Frangelico for something a little Hazelnutty?

    Also I’ve tried these with dark chocolate and I think they end up tastier. The bitter richness of the dark chocolate compliments the alcohol better :-)


    by Kristy Leigh on 10/04/2013, 00:32
    Kristy Leigh
  • Love love love! Took them to work as a tasty treat and am now very popular! Thanks for the recipe Kristy!


    by Janet Bell on 10/04/2013, 00:53
    Janet Bell
  • Can’t wait to try these AO versions!!!


    by Deborah Hopley on 10/04/2013, 23:04
    Deborah Hopley
  • These sound great! I will have to give them a go :)


    by Matt Cook on 14/04/2013, 14:06
    Matt Cook
  • This is much better than having to use Copha (the recipe on the rice bubbles packet). Copha gives me headaches and this recipe does not!


    by Emily Dahdah on 09/10/2013, 11:50
    Emily Dahdah