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Chocolate Crackles - RECIPE

ONE POT CHEF COOKBOOKS ON iTUNES BOOKSTORE: http://itunes.apple.com/au/artist/david-chilcott/id478668534?mt=11 ONE POT CHEF COOKBOOKS - PAPERBACKS AND EBOOKS: http://www.lulu.com/spotlight/onepotchef CAN'T FIND COPHA WHERE YOU LIVE? READ THIS!! If you can't find copha in your part of the world, the easiest way to substitute it to replace the copha, cocoa and sugar with 300g of melted milk chocolate. This will create a similar final result. Please don't ask me for information about Copha in your country. I simply don't know - I don't live there ;) Chocolate Crackles are perfect for kids parties. Puffed Rice Cereal is combined with sugar, cocoa and coconut and mixed with Copha to create a delicious chocolatey, crunchy dessert. The adults will fight the kids to get at these - Give it a go! MY SECOND CHANNEL: http://www.youtube.com/onepotchefblog PLEASE SUBSCRIBE! http://au.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=OnePotChefShow FOLLOW ME! http://www.twitter.com/onepotchef BECOME A FAN ON FACEBOOK! http://www.facebook.com/onepotchef ================= RECIPE FACT SHEET ================= INGREDIENTS IN THIS DISH: 4 Cups of Puffed Rice Cereal (eg Rice Bubbles, Rice Crispies etc) 1 Cup of Icing (Powdered) Sugar 1 Cup of Desiccated Coconut 3 Tablespoons of Cocoa Powder 250g Copha* (Vegetable Shortening) * See above for substituton if you can't find Copha in your part of the world ;) Please Note: a "Cup" is a metric standard measurement. Any measuring container that holds 250ml of water equals 1 Cup. Preparation Time: 5 minutes Chilling Time: 1 hour ALL MEASUREMENTS GIVEN ARE AUSTRALIAN STANDARD METRIC (Look up Google for a conversion chart if using Imperial) More cooking videos at: http://www.onepotchefshow.com Music by Kevin McLeod (Used with Permission) http://incompetech.com
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