The 80s were modest times in Finland and treats were always something special. We didn't always have chocolate, sweets or crisps around, so we had to get creative when the snacking hunger got ahold of us. Of course then homemade sweets had to be made and one of the absolute classics are these rice crispie chocolate cups. My grandmother made them quite often and they were so tasty. I think that most of the time just cocoa powder was used and not chocolate. The classic way is to make them in muffin cups, as it's so easy, but I'm considering making them as a bar as well.
I had a look for old rice crispie chocolate recipes online, but Fazer's one got my attention taking this treat straight to the 21st century. They didn't use spelt puffs, which were my own addition. I have made these with both dark and milk chocolate and both were very good, possibly the milk chocolate ones were slightly tastier. These had a hint of coconut flavour due to the oil and weren't too sweet, so they were just perfect for me. Here however are the dark chocolate ones with a hint of coconut depicted.
150 g dark baking chocolate
2 tbsp coconut oil
1 tsp icing sugar
8 dl spelt puffs
Melt the chocolate and coconut oil in a water bath.
Then mix the sugar in followed by the spelt puffs. Mix thoroughly so that the chocolate covers the puffs.
Put the mixture into muffin cases and let rest in the fridge for at least an hour.
Enjoy as small snacks in between or as a dessert.