Fluffernutter Chocolate Covered Rice Cakes

Fluffernutter Chocolate Covered Rice Cakes

These fluffernutter chocolate covered rice cakes are the ultimate snack!! They are super easy to make and have the perfect crunch!

fluffernutter chocolate covered rice cakes

I have loved rice cakes all my life, I always want to have them as a snack and people have always talked sh**! Now they are all over Tik Tok so, of course, I had to make a recipe. I have seen s’mores rice cakes, and chocolate covered, but I did not see fluffernutter so I knew I had to make it! If you have never had a fluffernutter sandwich you are missing out, peanut butter with fluff on whole wheat bread…yum!! This idea is somewhat similar but on a rice cake, and with some chocolate!

fluffernutter chocolate covered rice cake

Ingredients for the Fluffernutter Chocolate Covered Rice Cakes:
  • 4 lightly salted rice cakes 
  • 4 tbsp marshmallow fluff
  • 2 tbsp ADNB peanut butter (I used monster cookie)
  • Melted semi-sweet or milk chocolate chips (I didn’t measure I just melted a bunch) 
How to make the chocolate covered rice cakes:
    1. Spread fluff and peanut butter onto rice cakes 
    2. Dip the side topped with peanut butter and fluff down into melted chocolate (melt by microwaving in 30-second intervals at power level 7, stirring in between ~ I spray mine with cooking spray to add some oil, it helps them melt easier)
    3. Spread the chocolate with a rubber spatula if necessary and top with pink salt
    4. Allow to sit in the fridge so the chocolate can harden (about 30 minutes)
    5. Enjoy 😊
What is the nutrition information for one fluffernutter chocolate covered rice cake?

1 large rice cake is 184 Cals, 27.6 carbs, 6.8 fat, and 2.8 protein. Search HNFit Fluffernutter Chocolate Covered Rice Cake for easy tracking.

Are chocolate coated rice cakes healthy?

Everything in moderation is healthy! Some may argue that a rice cake topped with peanut butter may be healthier than coated in chocolate but if you load the rice cake with multiple tablespoons of peanut butter you are better off eating this yummy treat!

What do you eat with chocolate covered rice cakes?

Anything! These go well with essentially a lot of different things, I like enjoying these on the side of some vanilla Greek yogurt.

Are chocolate covered rice cakes easy to make?

They are very straightforward to make, the only waiting time is allowing the chocolate to harden in the fridge but there is no baking time needed! I have a video on my Instagram here.

chocolate coated rice cake

What other combinations can you make?

I always love coming up with different combinations, here are some that come to mind:

A rice cake topped with:

  • Caramel, coconut, and chocolate 
  • Chocolate and sliced raspberries or strawberries
  • Raspberry jam and chocolate 
  • Chocolate and chopped pistachios, almonds, or cashews 
  • Cashew butter and chocolate 
  • Almond butter and chocolate 
  • Whipped frosting and mini chocolate chips

What ideas do you have?

Are Quaker chocolate rice cakes good for you?

The Quaker chocolate rice cakes are a great snack, I love the caramel rice cakes, even more, they also offer them in a mini size which are great for an on-the-go snack!

How do you store the fluffernutter chocolate covered rice cakes?

Store them in a sealed plastic bag in a dark cabinet or drawer! If you keep them in the fridge they will go stale very quickly!

How do you know when the chocolate is done setting?

The chocolate should be done setting after 30-40 minutes. If you are unsure, lightly tap it with your finger to check if it is hard enough.

rice cake recipe

What if you do not have this peanut butter?

If you do not have the exact peanut butter I use, I highly recommend getting some, you can use my link here. If you want to make them right away, any peanut butter will do!

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Yield: 4

Fluffernutter Chocolate Covered Rice Cakes

Fluffernutter Chocolate Covered Rice Cakes

These fluffernutter chocolate covered rice cakes are the ultimate snack!! They are super easy to make and have the perfect crunch!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 4 lightly salted rice cakes
  • 4 tbsp marshmallow fluff
  • 2 tbsp ADNB peanut butter (I used monster cookie)
  • 1/4-1/2 cup melted semi-sweet or milk chocolate chips (I didn’t measure I just melted a bunch)

Instructions

  1. Spread fluff and peanut butter onto rice cakes 
  2. Dip the side topped with peanut butter and fluff down into melted chocolate (melt by microwaving in 30-second intervals at power level 7, stirring in between ~ I spray mine with cooking spray to add some oil, it helps them melt easier)
  3. Spread the chocolate with a rubber spatula if necessary and top with pink salt
  4. Allow to sit in the fridge so the chocolate can harden (about 30 minutes)
  5. Enjoy 😊

Notes

You will not use all of this chocolate but having more makes it easier to melt and easier to coat the rice cake

Nutrition Information

Yield

4

Serving Size

1 rice cake

Amount Per Serving Calories 184Total Fat 6.8gCarbohydrates 27.6gProtein 2.8g

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