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from NSW, Australia Categories: candies, crackles, chocolate, australian Yield: 24 Servings 150 g Copha, melted 2 1/2 c Rice Bubbles 60 g Coconut dessicated 15 g Cocoa Artificial sweetener taste Mix dry ingredients. Add melted copha and mix well. Divide into 24 patty pan papers. Portion diets - negligible for 1 only Calories - 75 each (315KJ) From "Easy Diabetic Recipes for those on a portion or calorie diet" prepared by Diabetic Assoc. of South Australia Inc. Typed and posted by Vicki Crawford - Australia

Australian Chocolate Crackles


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(posted March 10, 2001)

from NSW,
Australia

Categories: candies, crackles,
chocolate, australian

Yield: 24 Servings

150
g Copha, melted
2 1/2 c
Rice Bubbles
60
g Coconut dessicated
15
g Cocoa
Artificial sweetener taste

Mix
dry ingredients. Add melted copha and mix well. Divide into 24 patty pan papers.
Portion diets - negligible for 1 only Calories - 75 each (315KJ)

From "Easy Diabetic Recipes for those on a portion or
calorie diet" prepared by Diabetic Assoc. of South Australia Inc.

Typed and posted by Vicki Crawford -
Australia



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from NSW, Australia wrote:0  0

My sister made chocolate crackles but replaced the cocoa powder with strawberry nesqua they were like strawberry crackles
D E L I C I O U S!
5 starsMarch 2, 2009


from Newcastle NSW, Australia wrote:2  0

I'm in the UK at the moment at my sister's house and I had to bring Copha all the way from Australia. it was gr8 to know that we can get the coconut oil and that will be the same as the copha. Thanks for the help
4 starsDecember 13, 2007


from Dublin, Ireland wrote:4  0

for those in ireland or the UK, go to your nearest asian grocer and ask for coconut oil. at room temperature coconut oil is solid and white. It will be sold in either a bottle or a block (about the size of two packets of cards)
4 starsJanuary 25, 2007


from NE Texas, United States wrote:26  6

i am aussie by birth but live in the states, the only thing i found missing was the caster sugar or powdered sugar and by the way they have a copha substance here in states as copha is shortneing i found at wal-mart it is called Lou Anna coconut oil it is with the the other shelf shortenings
1 starsJanuary 13, 2006


from Hanwood.NSW, Australia wrote:10  6

I've made this recipe for years but I also add a packet of chopped up marshmallows to it after the mixture has cooled a little. A cheats rocky road.
4 starsDecember 16, 2005


from Sydney, Australia wrote:12  8

I used plain butter and it turned out ok...but then again my tastebuds are probably "different" to u americans. Great recipe though.
4 starsDecember 9, 2004


from brisbane Queensland, United States wrote:13  9

i love chocolate crackles so much but i didn't know how to make them but know i do, THANKS
4 starsSeptember 12, 2004


from nsw, United States wrote:16  9

you can also try skipping the rice bubbles and instead roll the ingredients into balls, dipping them in melted chocolate and leaving them to set.... i love it!!!
4 starsAugust 14, 2004


from figtree, United States wrote:17  10

Also great in a slice tin & then cut into small squares
5 starsMarch 23, 2004


from Brisbane, Queensland, Australia wrote:10  10

Thanks soooo much for the recipe! I knew the basics but not how much! You have saved our Halloween party!!!!
5 starsOctober 31, 2003


from Queensland, Australia wrote:25  7

FOR THE AMERICANS: Copha is solidified coconut oil. You could make with just a mixture of chocolate, rice bubbles and coconut...
4 starsOctober 29, 2003


from Mission BC, Canada wrote:36  8

After moving to canada i never knew making the simple aussie recipies would be sooo hard. i finally found a product here that is exactly like copha. I found it in the asian aisle at superstore, its called SURAJ (or SURAT the writting is atrocious!) coconu
5 starsJune 22, 2003


from London, United States wrote:20  9

l loved these as a child ! I live in the uk now and want to try making them for my children, only prob no such thing as copha over here, any suggestions for alternitive? more cocoa perhaps?
5 starsJune 3, 2003


from tasmania, Australia wrote:8  7

the worlds best thing
5 starsMay 21, 2003


from n.s.w, Australia wrote:10  7

chocolate crackles are the best dessert for kids!they are so yummmy except that they are very unhealthy!(but who really cares!)
5 starsApril 9, 2003


from N.S.W, Australia wrote:8  7

i love choclate crackles so so so so much. Thanks
4 starsFebruary 14, 2003


from Sydney, Australia wrote:14  7

Can you beleive that Kelloggs want a copy right on the Chocolate Crackle. That mean no-one will be able to make them by law without permission ! What a Joke
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5 starsFebruary 6, 2003


from Sydney, Australia wrote:13  9

We make these each year for birthdays and there is never any left over!!
5 starsJanuary 31, 2003


from Harrisonburg, VA, United States wrote:9  8

I've been living in the US for 5 years and my kids have just experienced chocolate croackerles. Can't make enough now!
5 starsJanuary 25, 2003


from Sydney, Australia wrote:8  8

I use to make these with my Grandmother when I was a kid (I am almost 28). It is a really easy recipe for kids (and big kids at heart) and as an adult, I still love making them and eating them as well.
5 starsDecember 28, 2002


from NSW, Australia wrote:11  8

This stuff tastes great. If you compared it to any other food, this would kick it!
5 starsNovember 7, 2002


from Perth, Australia wrote:8  20

That is the most poorly sounding recipe for crackles. You got to make it from the heart and not out of another recipe book, no heart feelings hay :)
1 starsSeptember 26, 2002


from Baltimore, MD, United States wrote:9  8

I left Sydney 6 years ago and this recipe brought back some good memories of the chocolate crackles my mum used to make. Thanks!
4 starsJuly 3, 2001


 
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