Since moving to Australia 10 years ago (!), there are many things I am not able to eat as they are not sold here. In all this time, I have learnt how to make some of these things like sofficini or pizzoccheri for example. Today’s recipe is another one of such items: Kinder Cereali. It is a chocolate bar I would often eat as a child and it is made with milk chocolate and a filling of white chocolate and puffed cereals. Traditionally the cereals include rice, barley, wheat, buckwheat and spelt. I used only puffed rice as it was the easiest to find, but feel free to use a mix of the above 5 cereals. This is the perfect treat for kids and adults alike! It is very easy to make and I was happy to be able to share a part of my childhood with my kids. Enjoy!
Kinder Cereali - how to make a classic Italian chocolate bar filled with cereals at home!
- 400 gms – 14 oz. milk chocolate melted
- 70 gms – 2 ½ oz. puffed rice
- 120 gms – 4 ¼ oz. white chocolate melted
- 100 ml – 6 ¾ tbsp sweetened condensed milk
Line a 20x30cm (7.5x12 inches) pan with baking paper and set aside.
Pour half of the melted milk chocolate in the lined pan and set aside to solidify in the fridge.
Cover it with the remaining melted milk chocolate and divide into 12 bars with a sharp knife.
Refrigerate until solid, then cut and enjoy.