Rice Krispie treats are easy and delicious. They are also a great treat to make with kids. This page contains Rice Krispie treat recipes.
We love marshmallows at our house, so when Walmart had two pound bags of these new giant sized marshmallows on clearance for only a dollar a bag, we went a little nuts.
Figuring out how to use them in recipes was a challenge because everything is done with smaller marshmallows, so I took a little time with this to make the easiest, fastest, and least messy way to make marshmallow crispies with them. It makes a large rectangular cake pan full and a smaller square pan full, which us just about right to make about 30 treats. Sounds like a lot, right? They'll be gone in about two days even with just one husband around. They're yummy like this, but you can change it by adding 1/2 cup peanut butter, or drizzling the top with melted chocolate, etc. Get creative!
Lightly grease a large 9 x 13 cake pan and a smaller 9 inch square baking pan with butter.
In a large heavy 6 Qt. stainless steel pot, melt the stick of butter on very low heat. As it's melting, start cutting the marshmallows into fourths to speed melting if you like, and toss them in with the butter. Stir (raising the heat just a little) until all the marshmallow bits are melted. Measure in 15 cups of crisped rice cereal and stir, keeping it over the heat until you've quickly stirred all the cereal in and it looks well covered.
Pour it out into the two pans, pushing it out with a buttered spoon to get it placed fairly evenly in the pans. Butter your hands, and press the mix down somewhat firmly into the pans until it looks even.
Butter a flat-ended spatula and push it straight down into the mix to "cut" it into squares or rectangles, however you'd like. It helps to butter it again often and go over the lines twice.
You're only left with a one-pot mess that soaks out quickly, just fill with water and leave the spatula and spoon in it.
This is a fast and inexpensive treat for a crowd, but goes fast even in a small family.
By Mary from Mountain Pine, AR
These little goodies are so delicious and a nice change from plain old krispie treats.
Could someone share some crispy recipes?
Ron from Golan, Israel
THese are our favorite.
Melt a bag of butterscotch chips and one cup of peanut butter in the microwave till smooth. Pour over 6 cups of rice krispies and press into buttered baking dish. Let set for couple of hours. These are so good, we will be making them for Christmas.
Chocolate Rice Crisy Bars
1/2 Cup light corn syrup
1/4 Cup sugar
1/4 teaspoon Salt
1 (6 oz) package Chocolate chips
3 cup Crispy Rice cereal
Combine syrup, sugar,and salt in pan and bring to a boil stirring constantly. Remove from heat and add chocolate chips. Stir until melted and then add cereal. Spread mixture in a lightly greased 9-inch square pan Cool and cut into bars.
I'm so happy someone else posted the peanut butter and butterscotch chip recipe! Those are awesome!
This is the best slice recipe you will ever make - guaranteed! Beware though, is is very fattening, but extremely simple to make.
Mars Bar Slice
3 Mars bars, chopped
3 cups rice bubbles
200g block milk chocolate
30g butter (extra).
Method: Melt the Mars Bars with 90g butter. Stir into rice bubbles. Press into a flat pan.
Melt chocolate bar with 30g butter. Spread over rice bubbles mixture. Refrigerate, and cut while half-set.
The Best Rice Krispie Treats you will ever eat! This recipe makes the cooiest gooiest bars. They get raves whenever I make them and are nice and thick.
This is a great kid favorite! They love to eat them and help making them.
It is a good recipe and it is so nice to make in the summer when it is hot and you want something easy with chocolate but you do not want to turn that oven on. They are great for traveling, picnics, anything where you need a quick dessert!
I am looking for different Rice Krispy treats. Any suggestions?
Well here's a bunch http://www.lovefromtheoven.com/2012 ... spies-treats-bites-from-other-blogs/ or just google "different rice krispie treats" and you'll find tons of them! Happy treats to you!
Have you tried going to the Kelloggs website? I'd guess they'd have variations as well as the original recipe. I'm not sure, cuz I've not been looking for such recipes -but it sounds like the best place to start. Good luck!
Here is a delicious N nutritious Rice Krispy bar
1 cup light corn syrup
1 cup white sugar
Heat in 4 quart saucepan til bubbles appear. Remove from heat and add;
1 cup peanut butter
tir to mix, then add
6 cups rice Krispies.
Stir til well blended, Gradually and gently stir in 1 cup chocolate chips to form marble effect. Press into 9X13 inch pan. Cool til firm, cut in bars.
Melt the peanut butter and butterscotch chips together and pour over Rice crispies. Mix well and pour into a well buttered 9x13 inch pan and put in fridge about an hour.
Melt together 14 oz.caramel with 3 Tbsp. water. Add 5 cups Rice Crispies and 1 cup peanuts and mix. Spread in a 9x13 pan and press. Sprinkle 1 cup each chocolate and butterscotch chips on the Rice Crispies. Bake at 200 degrees F until chips are melted. Cut into bars.
By Robin from Washington, IA
Cook sugar and corn syrup until it boils. Stir in peanut butter until smooth and pour over Rice Krispies and mix well. Press into buttered 9x13 inch pan.
This is a super easy, kid friendly snack.
Tips and recipes for making Rice Krispie Treats. Post your ideas.