Friday, 30 August 2019

Mermaid Traybake Cake


Readers, I decided it was time for a recipe post again, as it’s been a while. I’ve been baking loads recently – a 60th birthday cake and various traybakes for the office too, which you've possible seen over on Instagram?

Just a short post tonight, but here’s a really simple recipe for you to try.  It only takes 4 ingredients, can be made in an hour or so and is great for kids birthday parties… AND... who doesn’t love mermaids?!

Leave me a comment if you manage to try this one out!

what claire did no bake mermaid traybake cake

Mermaid Themed Traybake Cake


Ingredients


50g unsalted butter
150g pink and white mini marshmallows
200g rice crispies (use more or less depending on how they mix up)
2 tbsp mermaid sprinkles


Method

  1. In a pan over a low heat, add the butter and marshmallows.  Heat until melted down to a liquid.  Use a lower heat and be patient.  Stir as you go. Be careful not to burn the mixture, or it won't keep the mermaids happy! 
    what claire did mermaid no bake traybake cake
    Melting butter and marshmallows
  2. Once melted down, remove from the heat and stir in the rice crispies until well coated.Transfer the mermaid cake mix to an 8x8in silicone baking pan and use a spatula to mould into the pan, ensuring it’s even and smooth on the top.
    what claire did mermaid no bake traybake cake
    Melted butter and marshmallows, ready to add rice crispies
  3. Cover the top in mermaid sprinkles and transfer the mermaid traybake to the fridge to set for a minimum of 1h. 
    what claire did mermaid no bake traybake cake
    Ready for the fridge
  4. Once set, bring back to room temperature before cutting into rectangles and serving.
  5. Store in an airtight container for up to 3 days.


what claire did no bake mermaid traybake cake

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