I was lucky enough to be given some samples of Mothers Earths new Honey range, so the first recipe I thought to make was rice bubble cake. My Mum use to make this for us all the time now I make it for my daughter and Nanny kids they love the stuff. I used the Mother Earth Liquid Honey as it has a more mild honey flavor which is perfect for cooking and baking and I love how it comes in a squeezable up-side down bottle, it makes life so much easier and mess free. I also made a batch of this recipe using coconut sugar in place of the white sugar, you just use less sugar and don’t boil it for to long as it can give it a burnt taste.
Rice Bubble Cake
100g white sugar or if using coconut sugar it’s 1/3 cup
2 tbls honey
1 tsp vanilla
4 cups rice bubbles
Place butter, sugar, honey and vanilla in a saucepan and bring to a boil, lower heat and continue to simmer for 5 minutes until golden.
Add rice bubbles to sugar mixture and stir well so all the rice bubbles are coated.
Spoon mixture into a greased tin and press firmly. Leave to cool then cut into slices.
If you would like to try some of Mother Earths new Honey range it’s available in supermarkets nationwide.
For more info on Mother Earths New products visit there website at http://www.motherearth.co.nz or join Mother Earth on Facebook.