Chocolate Crackles


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Chocolate Crackles

– Chocolate Crackles –

Chocolate crackles have been an Australian kids right of passage for years, if your mummy or daddy didn’t make them for you there was always another kids parents at school who would bring them out as a birthday party treat or after school surprise snack. You can find the original Chocolate Crackle recipe on the Kellogg’s website.



Preparation Time:

15 minutes

Cooking Time:


Time to Table:

1 hour 15 minutes

Number of Ingredients:



Small Saucepan

Large mixing bowl

x 2 cupcake baking trays (12 hole) or equivalent

24 cupcake liners / wrappers


4 cups rice bubbles

1 cup icing sugar

1 cup desiccated coconut

3 tablespoons cocoa

250g copha

Chocolate Crackles


  • Pull out all of your ingredients.
  • Line the cupcake baking trays with the liners / wrappers.
  • Make room in the fridge for the trays.
  • Chop the copha®  into small pieces.


1. Grab out a large mixing bowl and chuck in the rice bubbles, icing sugar, desiccated coconut and cocoa.

Chocolate Crackles

2. Mix the ingredients until well combined.

Chocolate Crackles

3. Throw the copha into a small saucepan over low heat.

Chocolate Crackles

4. Stir until the copha transforms into a clear liquid. Turn off the heat and allow the liquid to cool slightly.

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5. Pour the melted copha into the dry mixture.

Chocolate Crackles

6. Mix well making sure the rice bubbles are evenly coated.

Chocolate Crackles

7. Grab out the cupcake tins  with the liners / wrappers .

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8. Spoon the mixture into the trays and refrigerate for an hour or until set.

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9. Serve and enjoy!

Chocolate Crackles

Hints and Tips:

  • You can make these a few days ahead and store them in an airtight container in the fridge.

Categories: Any Season, Birthday, Boiling & Bubbling, Cook with the Kids, Rice Bubbles, Stove Top - Sweet Nibbles, Sweet Nibbles, Time to Table: 1 Hour 15 min

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3 replies

  1. I had to look up Copha. We call that Crisco here in the U.S. American kids have grown up with a variation of these too, but it uses marshmallows. Rice Krispies Treats!

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