Tuesday, November 16, 2010

Pecan & Rice Pops Bars

Like mother like son! ha! My boy was asking for some sweet treat a couple of days back. And here's what I made for him. Something small and not too heavy but sweet and flirty. Frankly, I prefer having this kind of bars & slices than having a big slice of cake. Not too filling and just nice for the crave.

Ingredients for Bottom Crust :
180gm butter, softened
1 tspn vanilla extract
1/3 cup sugar (90gm)
250gm all purpose flour

Method :
(1) cream butter, vanilla and sugar untill fluffy.
(2) fold in flour and mix to form a soft dough.
(3) press dough to a 9" square pan, lined with greaseproof paper.
(4) bake at 180'c preheated oven for about 25 mins.



Ingredients for Rice Pops Caramel :
120gm butter
1 can (450gm) condensed milk
2 tbsp syrup
1 cup rice pops

* 2/3 cup crashed roasted pecan

Method :
(1) combine butter, condensed milk and syrup in a sauce pan.
(2) leave to cook untill thicken or for about 15 mins.
(3) fold in rice pops and mix well.
(4) pour the mixture over to the shortbread base.
(5) bake at 180'c preheated oven for about 10 mins.
(6) spread on the roasted crashed pecan.
(7) leave to cool completely and then keep refrigerated untill set before slicing.

A 9 inches tray of bake goodie !!! How long do you think this can last? Not long for sure. Actually, I hold up half of them and store it somewhere safe for the next day. This sounds terrible, isn't it! haha... They're safe from the kids but not ME. lol ! ^_^
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I'm sending this to My Sweet & Savory by Chaya, for Meatless Monday Event.

41 comments:

Biren @ Roti n Rice said...

Sounds really good! Now you are making me crave for something sweet.

Andrea@WellnessNotes said...

I love bars like this! The perfect little treat! :-)

Indie.Tea said...

Rice, what a unique addition. These sound delicious.

Chow and Chatter said...

looks great

Belinda @zomppa said...

Apple doesn't fall too far...smart kid!

Sonia (Nasi Lemak Lover) said...

this sound great!

3 hungry tummies said...

I just saw a similar recipe in a magazine.. this looks very delicious!
P.S thanks for the MMM entry

Jeannie said...

I wouldn't mind having some of that too, looks delicious! You are one mean mom to stash away half the goodies lol!

elra said...

How tempting is this one look Kristi. You are very creative and talented baker.

Wai Kitt said...

May be you think it would be safe from finish up by the children, but i not sure your hubby...hahaha!

Dimah said...

These look so amazing!

♥Sugar♥Plum♥Fairy♥ said...

Oh absolutely delish bars!!
Can i have some too?

Elin said...

Wow..you are celebrating Christmas early...love this delish bars..yummyumm imaginary chomping after seeing this bars :) salivating !!!!

Blackswan said...

Wow, this looks really sweet, just like u :)

Please Do Not Feed The Animals. said...

Ha ha. They look lovely. I would have to hide them from myself too!

Heavenly Housewife said...

What a delicious treat! If you need help eating these, call me daaaaahling :D
*kisses* HH

Pegasuslegend said...

just in time for the christmas season and cookie tray! looks great!

penny aka jeroxie said...

can make these as christmas presents.

Anncoo said...

WOW Kristy, I am craving for this delicious sweet dessert. Keep some for me this. *.*

lena said...

lovely bars i would say! is rice pops same as bubble rice?

My Little Space said...

Biren : I bet you would love to have a few right now, sitting infront of the fire place. Stay warm!

Andrea : Me too! I think we will end up eating more. ^_^

Indie : Thanks! Hope you will like it.

Rebecca : Thanks alot!

Belinda : haha... you bet!

Sonia : Thank you.

3HTummies : Thank you. Hope you will like it too!

Jeannie : haha.... my mom did the same thing when I was little. Just like hide & seek. Yeap, I'm very smart. I always found the hiding place and will enjoy the stuffs with my little brothers. haha...

Elra : Thank you for your sweet sweet comment. I'm really appreciate it.

Wai Kitt : Luckily, daddy doesn't have sweet tooth.

Dimah : Thank you so much!

Mia : Of coz, you're always welcome... daaaahling!

Claudia said...

I would love to come home from school and have those tasty morsels waiting for me. In fact, I think they would be a suitable dinner,don't you?

My Little Space said...

Elin : haha.... I'm not celebrating X'mas but would love to enjoy the food. ^_^

Shirley : haha.... so are you, my dear!

Animals : Hi there, welcome to my humble little space and nice to meet you. haha... you bet... they're not safe with me too!

HH : haha.... I think I need to make a few more trays!

claudia : Hope you will like it!

Penny : yes, you can!

Ann : Never say no to sweet treats, aren't we? haha...

Lena : Yeap, you're right! You can use either the kellogs brand ones or those loose packet which available at the grocery shops.

Thank you very much for your nice & sweet & lovely comments. It such a great pleasure for having you all here today, spending your valueable time with me.
Hope you're all having a great day and enjoy the X'mas shopping.
Cheers, kristy

My Little Space said...

Claudia : I know what's in your mind, dear. But don't you ever do that. haha....Enjoy and have a great day. Thanks for stopping by.

Blessings, Kristy

Kumi said...

Kristy, I can just imagine how good these are!! I do the same when I know I can't stop myself or others from gulping down everything in one day. I freeze some portions! Although, some treats are still good frozen, so I don't know how good that does...

Sweet and Savory said...

Kristy, you did it again. Another fabulous recipe. This is one that would go over, in my house. I love what you bake and cook.

Thanks for linking this to My Meatless Mondays.

Your pal - Chaya

Lyndsey said...

These look wonderful, it really makes me want to enjoy one right now and I don't even really like nuts in my desserts! :D

So what does your daughter like...if your son has the sweet tooth?

My Little Space said...

Kumi : haha.... I think it's pretty hard when we come to something so addictive!

Chaya : You're welcome and glad you like it too.

Lyndz : My daughter, she loves anything I cook & bake, unlike my boy. He's more picky than his sister. So I have no problem making her food.

Thanks so much for spending you time here with me, ladies.
Hope you're all having a great day.
Cheers, Kristy

Spicie Foodie said...

These delicious little treats look heavenly. Great recipe.

Kimberly Peterson said...

These bars look absolutely delicious and would make an awesome afternoon snack!!

Alice Law said...

This is very appetizing! I'm so envious to your boy and definitely don't mind to be your kid next life, lol!

Have a nice day and keep well!

elpi said...

The combination of ingredients is very unique. I would love to try it!

denise @ quickies on the dinner table said...

Caramel, pecan and shortbread. Aiyoh! You know how to take a good thing and make it even better!

MaryMoh said...

With condensed milk, it's sure my favourite! Looks very delicious. Great for parties. Hope you have a wonderful day.

Megan said...

Kristy lovely Kristy! I'm back! Phew.... missed being here....love the recipe... you are a good mom! Your little guy is very lucky! Are they all gone yet! -
soso Megan

Emily Malloy said...

Oooey.
Goooey.
Yummy.

Betty said...

fame fame fame... meravigliose queste barrette, le segno magari le proverò ;-)
a presto.

Betty

Fimère said...

tu as raison de la cacher, une gourmandise pareille ne reste pas long temps
ils sont très tentants
bonne soirée

Reeni said...

I love these kinds of sweets too! The caramel pops on top look so yummy! I hope you saved one for me!?

Shirley said...

You never run out of ideas Kristy!

Foodessa said...

It's desserts like these that breaks my will to be reasonable on sweets. I love the combo of pecans and a smooth caramel flavour...yummmmy!

Thanks for sharing such sweetness Kristy.
Ciao for now,
Claudia

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