Rice Cake Magic Bars – Fit Foodie Finds

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    Say hello to a dessert we’re calling — Rice Cake Magic Bars! These bars came together combining our love for rice cakes, nut butter, and chocolate and we can’t wait for you to try them!

    If you’re a rice cake lover, then these rice cake magic bars are going to blow your mind. They are similar to our Scotcheroo recipe but made with rice cakes instead of crispy rice cereal.

    I was obsessed with rice cakes during my pregnancy, so this dessert is near and dear to my heart.

    Why You’ll love these Rice Cake Magic Bars

    • Ready in 10 minutes
    • Made with wholesome ingredients
    • Kid-friendly

    What You Need

    • Rice cakes: feel free to use any kind of rice cake (regular or brown).
    • Almond butter: we tested this recipe with creamy almond butter, but have also made these with peanut butter, too!
    • Honey: honey is important because it’s sticky! If you want to swap it, feel free to try brown rice syrup.
    • Magic shell: to make the hard shell topping you need chocolate chips and a little coconut oil.

    Add-In Ideas

    While we kept things super basic, you can pretty much add anything under the sun into these bars!

    • Chocolate chips
    • Shredded coconut
    • Nuts
    • Sprinkles

    Add some protein!

    We’ve got a similar recipe on our site, our Protein Scotcheroos, so we are confident that adding a little protein powder would be delicious in these!

    Storage

    We’re huge fans of storing these in the freezer. They will last longer and, er, out of site out of mind (so you don’t eat the whole pan!).

    1. After you’ve sliced your bars, transfer them into a gallon-size plastic bag.
    2. Remove as much air as possible and freeze for up to 3 months.

    Tips & Notes

    • Any type of rice cake can be used for this recipe.
    • You can substitute rice crispy cereal instead of using rice cakes. We recommend using 4 cups.

    Nutrition facts

    Calories: 295kcal Carbohydrates: 31g Protein: 6g Fat: 18g Fiber: 4g Sugar: 22g





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