Thank you to reader Amy for sharing this recipe, I made it recently for one of my kids end of term school parties as it has few ingredients, was easy to make and was school allergy friendly.  I found it a little sticky, despite being in the fridge overnight (original recipe was 2 cups rice bubbles, 4tlsp butter, 6 tbsp honey), instead I put in 3 cups of rice bubbles but I think it only needed 3 tablespoons of butter.  Despite it being sticky the kids loved it!

These bars should be kept in the fridge, apparently they melted at school 🙁

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Honey LCM Bars

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  • Author: Reader: Amy Wallis
  • Yield: 30 1x


  • 3 tbsp butter
  • 5 tbsp honey (runny or creamed)
  • 3 cups if rice bubbles.


  1. Boil together the butter and honey
  2. Add rice bubbles, stir
  3. Spoon into a slice sized baking tray, flatten
  4. Allow to cool, cut into slices.


If you like chocolate 25g copha to 50g choccy.
Amy suggest wrapping each piece in foil to freeze.


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