Its a fun, easy recipe today after yesterdays Nasi Lemak saga! We made sure to transfer our photos carefully today and here we give you some cone-shaped yumminess with peanut butter, chocolate, rice krispies and wafers.
What we used:
1 cup peanut butter (crunchy or smooth, whatever floats your boat!)
1/4 cup butter, softened
1 cup powdered sugar
2 cups of Rice Krispies
1 1/2 cups wafers, crushed into pieces (not too small if you want a bit of a crunch)
1 1/2 cups chocolate squares or chips
2 tbsp butter
2. Add the Rice Krispies and wafers, combine thoroughly.
3. Pour the mixture into the jelly mould and refrigerate for at least a two hours!
4. Melt the chocolate and butter in a saucepan.
5. Demould the peanut butter cone and spoon the chocolate over it. You can refrigerate the cone again until its firm, or devour immediately! We definitely recommend the latter.
Yes, that’s the KL Tower behind me! Its one of Malaysia’s icons, and rises to about 1403 feet, the tallest structure in South East Asia. There’s also a really cool revolving restaurant located 282 meters above ground level! When I first ate there I was worried I might get dizzy but you barely notice the turning and get an amazing 360 degree view of Kuala Lumpur while you’re dining. The food may leave somewhat to be desired, but its definitely an experience to remember!
Have you been following the bloggers on their 30-day challenge? We’ve been so impressed with everyone’s creations so far, take a look at all of them here! There’s been polka dot jelly, croquembouche, cheeky jelly, pink guava sorbet, raspberry ginger ale jelly, pea and corn jelly (how cool is that?), spotted dick, coconut milk and palm sugar agar, rose panna cotta and dragonfruit agar-agar. Isn’t that awesome??? There are no words for how excited and impressed we’ve been so far!
Well, that’s all for today folks! Hope you’ve had a lovely Tuesday.
Rachel and Sophia