Meaning of chocolate crackle in English:

chocolate crackle

noun

Australian
  • A chocolate-flavoured refrigerated biscuit containing crisped rice.

    ‘Mum made fruit-juice iceblocks and chocolate crackles’
    • ‘I was so dumbfounded, I had to take a photo to show you what goes into 24 chocolate crackles.’
    • ‘We now have 10 muffin-sized chocolate crackles in the fridge rather than 24 little bite-sized ones.’
    • ‘That would be 19 cents off every chocolate crackle sold online, instead of at the cake stall.’
    • ‘Sure chocolate crackles taste good, but did you really think about what goes into them?’
    • ‘I was just looking at it, thinking about all the chocolate crackles that I ate as a kid.’
    • ‘It eventuated that one of the mums had been cooking some chocolate crackles in an oven in the hall, and she forgot about them.’
    • ‘No light and fluffy chocolate crackles for this family.’
    • ‘Rae and Tony will bring the chocolate crackles.’
    • ‘This lip balm is so smooth and creamy, it's like licking the bowl after your mum makes a batch of chocolate crackles.’
    • ‘Through the decades, the newspaper has published dozens of cookie recipes—from coconut snowballs and chocolate crackles to ginger snaps and peanut squares.’