Homemade White Chocolate Mamra Munchies | Easy Puffed Rice Snacks

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A yummy bite of white chocolate mamra (puffed rice) will satiate your sweet tooth. This sweet puffed rice snack can be eaten whenever you feel that sugar craving or after meals.


A lot of people enjoy eating cereal bars or snack bars if they’re in a hurry to get somewhere or just as a snack during the day. What if you could make them at home and they tasted just as yum! With just a few healthy ingredients, these homemade white chocolate mamra crispies are just what you need.

And really, who doesn’t love chocolate, right? Made with healthy puffed rice and some dry fruits and chocolate, this sweet snack will keep you full and happy for a while. Call them white chocolate mamra munchies or white chocolate puffed rice crispies, they taste just as delicious. And you can make these yummy chocolate mamra crispies in under 30 mins.

Ingredients For Making White Chocolate Snack Bars

Anytime you pass by puffed rice in the store and wonder what to do with puffed rice that’s tasty while still being healthy, here’s your answer.

So what ingredients do you need to make white Chocolate Mamra Munchies?

All you need is white chocolate, mamra or murmura which is puffed rice, black raisins, cashews, and some red chilli flakes.

You can either use white chocolate compound or pure white chocolate. Compound is a cheaper version and easier to mould, but pure chocolate is healthier. We use either at different times.

And if you’re a fan of dark chocolate instead, make the dark chocolate munchies or dark chocolate coconut bites.

How to make white chocolate mamra Munchies?

Roast the puffed rice or mamra so they get nice and crispy. Also, roast the broken cashews to get a yummy roasted nut flavor. Keep the raisins ready by removing any sticks or dirt, and halving them if you want to.

Roast the Mamra on low flame.
Roast the Mamra
Mamra, cashewnuts and raisins placed in the bowl.
Mamra, cashewnuts, and raisins

Break the white chocolate slab into smaller pieces so they are easier to melt. Melt the chocolate using a double boiler.

Cut White Chocolate and put it in a vessel.
Roughly cut the chocolate into pieces
Place a vessel of boiling water below the white chocolate vessel.
Double boil the white chocolate

Add the melted white chocolate to the bowl of mamra, raisins, chilli flakes, and roasted broken cashews and mix it well. If you see the pic below, the chocolate was starting to seize. Got us a bit worried, but it still worked. And sis adds chili flakes for the bite, but you can skip them if you want to.

Pour the liquidized white chocolate over the mamra and dryfruits mix.
Heap the white chocolate on the mamra and dry fruit

On a sheet of baking paper, drop spoonfuls of the puffed rice and chocolate mixture in a line and allow them to cool.

Put heaps teaspoonfuls of the mix on a baking sheet.
Heap teaspoonfuls of the mix on a baking sheet

And as easy as that, your white chocolate mamra snack is ready to eat! Why not taste some of this easy to make snack, just to check if it has turned out right 😉

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White Chocolate Mamra is ready to eat.
White Chocolate Mamra is ready
Serve the white choc and dark choc together.
Serve the white choc and dark choc together

Cooking Tips & Tricks

  • The chilli flakes add a nice spicy flavour to the chocolate, but you can skip them if you don’t want it spicy. And if you want them spicier, use chili seeds.
  • Remember to use a double boiler to melt the chocolate. If you melt it directly on the stove it will sieze and harden.
  • Roast the broken cashews for a nutty toasty taste.
  • These white chocolate mamra crispies are gluten-free.
  • Makes about 45-50 pieces around 10 gms each.

FAQ’s about White Chocolate Mamra Munchies

What is Mamra?

Mamra is the Indian word for popped rice or puffed rice. It is also called kurmura or murmura in India.

Is puffed rice healthy?

Yes, snacking on puffed rice does have a few health benefits. But I’m not a nutritionist. It’s best to contact your doctor for this info.

How long can I store white chocolate mamra munchies?

In an air-tight container, you can store them for 2-4 weeks at room temperature, or for a few months in the freezer.

Can I make these with dark or milk chocolate?

Yes, you can use make chocolate mamra munchies using milk chocolate or dark chocolate too. Here’s the recipe for dark chocolate munchies and here’s the recipe for the coconut version.

What’s the difference Between Poha and Mamra?

Mamra is rice that has been heated under pressure and pops or expands. Poha on the other hand is rice that has been parboiled, flattened and dried. This rice can be used in various sweet or salty dishes. For example, we use it to make our traditional East Indian chicken tope recipe.

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White Chocolate Mamra Munchies | Easy White Chocolate Snacks

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A yummy bite of white chocolate mamra munchies that will satiate your sweet tooth. Made with puffed rice and nuts in 15 minutes, these easy homemade snacks are a tad healthy too!
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Prep Time 5 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Total Time 15 mins
Course Dessert, Snacks
Cuisine Fusion, Indian, International
Diet Gluten Free, Vegetarian
Servings 50 pieces of approx. 10 g

Ingredients
  

  • 400 g White Chocolate You can use compound if you wish.
  • 50 g Mamra (Indian Puffed Rice) Puffed Rice
  • 40 g Cashews Broken and Roasted
  • 50 g Black Raisins
  • 1 teaspoon Chili Flakes

Instructions
 

  • Roast the mamra (puffed rice) and keep aside.
  • Roast the broken cashews and remove any dirt or sticks from the raisins.
  • Mix the mamra, cashews, raisins, and chilli flakes in a bowl.
  • Melt the white chocolate using a double boiler.
  • Add the melted chocolate to the bowl of mamra, raisins, cashews and chilli flakes and mix well.
  • Drop spoonfuls of the mix on a baking sheet and allow to cool.
  • And your white chocolate mamra munchies are ready to eat!

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Notes

  • Add chilli flakes for a spicy flavour. 
  • Remember to use a double boiler to melt the chocolate. If you melt it directly on the stove it will sieze and harden.
  • Roast the broken cashews for a nutty toasty taste.
Image of Mamra and dryfruit mix and ready chocolate mamra placed in a bowl.
Image of pouring the white chocolate and chocolate mamras are served.

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