Top-ranked recipe named "Rice Krispie Treats"
What American under 50 didn't enjoy these long ago as a kid? Fun to make and delicious to eat. Be sure to use a non-stick saucepan!
"Always a treat. For Halloween used orange food colouring and made rice krispie pumpkins. The stem was decorative green icing and chocolate for the eyes and mouth. "
Melt Margarine in large deep pan over low heat. Add marshmallow and stir until completely melted. Remove from heat add Rice Krispies and stir until they are well coated. Using buttered spatula press mixture into buttered pan 13x9x2.
Cut when cool. VARIATION: Stir in 1/4 cup of peanut butter into marshmallow mixture before cereal is added. You could also use colored marshmallows too.
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Marsherie2005 1 year agoI love this recipe!
Marsherie2005 1 year agoThese are so quick and easy. Very good. I may use more marshmallows next time.
Jjsprinter 2 years ago10 oz pkg of marshmallows (about 4 c) Added some chocolate chips
FullMetalBlonde 2 years ago
tanyalyons 2 years ago:/
jacklyndavila 3 years ago
FLA-cook 5 years agoAlways a treat. For Halloween used orange food colouring and made rice krispie pumpkins. The stem was decorative green icing and chocolate for the eyes and mouth.
rnd_sapphire 6 years agoYummy recipe! I made them with peanut butter. My dad can't stop eating them!
scturner97 6 years agoA classic. Who doesn't love these?
scolpitts28 6 years agoCant mess with the classics!