Rice Bubble Easter Eggs and Other Ideas
Easter is fast approaching (it’s too early this year) and it feels like Easter eggs have been in the shops since Boxing Day. Easter is hard on the elimination diet and there aren’t a lot of non-chocolate options around. These cute little rice bubble eggs are super easy to make. Nestle White Melts aren’t chocolate so they are suitable for the Elimination and FAILSAFE diets.
Hot Cross Buns are also a problem, but I have some recipes for these, as well as some other buns you might like to make. These recipes can all be found on my Easter page.
If you are looking for more ideas, including non-food ones check out the Cooking for Oscar and the At the Failsafe Table Easter Pinterest pages.
Rice Bubble Easter Eggs
Easy Rice Bubble Easter Eggs.
- 40g white Pascalls marshmallows
- 20g butter or Nuttelex
- 1 cup Rice Bubbles (or other puffed rice cereal)
- Sunflower oil (for greasing)
- 100g Nestle White Melts
- Hoppers naturally coloured sprinkles or 100s and 1000s
||Grease 8 easter egg half molds with a drop of oil, and wipe off any excess. |
||Place the the butter and marshmallows into a small saucepan, and melt over low heat, stirring occasionally. |
||Place the Rice Bubbles into a bowl and add the butter and marshmallow mixture. Stir until well combined. |
Press the Rice Bubble mixture firmly into the prepared molds and place in the fridge to set for 1 hour.
Once the eggs have set, press them out of the molds and set aside.
Melt the White Melts as per the instructions on the packet. Use a small amount to stick together two of the egg halves, and repeat for the remaining halves.
Dip the top of each egg into the White Melts, then sprinkle with the Sprinkles or 100s and 1000s (if using). Place on the wire rack until set.
||Store in the fridge until needed. |
Low Chemical / FAILSAFE, High Salicylates
Hoppers naturally coloured 100s and 1000s and Sprinkles contain high levels of salicylates.
- Add raw cocoa or carob to the butter and marshmallow mixture for chocolate eggs.
- Use chocolate or carob buttons/chips instead of the White Melts.
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