Easy Easter Mars Bar Slice

by Jemma Harvey-Jones

Super Simple 5 Ingredient Mars Bar Slice

If you’ve never had Mars Bar Slice before, get ready! You are in for a delicious surprise!

easy easter slice

chocolate slice baking with mini eggs baking with mars bars

 Ridiculously easy to make, packed full of flavour, satisfying and cheap.

You only need 5 ingredients AND three of them are CHOCOLATE. Winner!

Yep only 5 ingredients, no baking and this moreish treat will be in your tummy within the hour.

Nom, nom, nom…

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  • 200g Mars Bar, chopped
  • 120g butter – salted or unsalted, 90g step 2, 30g step 5
  • 3 cups Rice Krispies
  • 200g milk chocolate
  • Mini Eggs to suit

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Little M was pretty keen to steal all of the ingredients so we set up a mini sensory pouring and filling station.

We use this chocolate in most of our baking/fridge cakes – great quality, beautiful taste and lovely texture. It retains a lovely glossy shine too. I once used a Galaxy bar when I ran out and that was delicious too, but any milk chocolate will work – I’m just a bit of a chocolate snob.

I particularly like using this spatula as the dual end is great for getting ALL of the chocolate-y goodness! I frequently fight with baking parchment so recently I have gone down this route instead. It’s great for making toasties on the Aga too. Bonus!

  1. Grease (with additional butter) or line a slice tray.
  2. Combine Mars Bars and butter in a saucepan.
  3. Stir constantly over a low heat, without boiling, until the mixture is smooth. The Mars Bars will never completely melt – they’ll almost get there but they still bit a lumpy and not fully smooth. That’s ok! When they’re basically melted, with just a few lumps here and there, you are good to go. (Tip: I use a whisk at the end).
  4. Stir in the Rice Krispies, then press the mixture evenly into the greased slice tray.
  5. Pour chocolate mixture over rice cereal and mix quickly. It’s a good idea to use a fresh box of Rice Krispies.
  6. Melt the second slab of butter and chocolate. You can do this either using a Bain Marie OR in the microwave. I prefer the over the stove as I can stir it constantly and have a bit more control over the temperature.
  7. Spread the chocolate evening over the Rice Krispie slice mixture in the tray.
  8. Press in the Mini Eggs to decorate.
Easy Easter mars bar slice

Now that we’ve made them with mini eggs I’m not sure I can ever go back to marshmallows!

Nutrition Facts

Servings: 12 good size portions or cut into mini squares

Amount Per Serving

Calories 272                 % Daily Value*

Total Fat 16g             21%

Saturated Fat 10.3g 51%

Cholesterol 26mg      9%

Sodium 171mg          7%

Total Carbohydrate 29g           11%

Dietary Fiber 0.8g    3%

Total Sugars 20.7g

Protein 2.5g

Vitamin D 6mcg       29%

Calcium 44mg          3%

Iron 3mg 15%

Potassium 72mg

Have you followed this recipe? Made any changes to the toppings? Drop me a comment below to let me know what worked well for you.

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You might also enjoy following our Easy Apple Cake recipe found here.

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