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Lightly butter a 9 inch square pan and set aside.
In a large bowl combine cereal and chocolate chips and peanuts if you are using them.
In small bowl heat honey and sugar (Splenda) in microwave. I do this slowly, 20-30 seconds at a time and stir till fully blended. Add peanut butter to honey mixture till it is smooth.
Pour the honey mixture over the Cheerios mixture and mix well till everything is well coated. Immediately press cereal mixture into the buttered pan. Smooth with damp hands or spatula.
Cool completely. Cut into desired size and shape bars and enjoy.
Source: adapted from www.best-ever-cookie-collection.com
By jill from Blue Bell, PA
Line cookie sheet with wax paper. Add powdered sugar, peanut butter, milk, vanilla in large bowl. Mix well. Stir in remaining ingredients, mix until cereal is well coated. Roll mixture into 1 inch balls. Place on cookie sheet. Let stand until firm. If desired, take 1/3 cup leftover chips. Melt. Dip 1/2 of ball in chocolate. Place on cookie sheet and chill until firm.
By IMAQT1962 from ILLINOIS
Stir sugar, peanut butter, and corn syrup together in large bowl or pan. Bring to boil either in microwave or on stove, stirring occasionally. Remove from heat, add cereal. Press into 9x13 cake pan and flatten evenly. Melt chips together and frost cereal mixture.
Tastes just like bought ones. I can't keep enough here!
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If anyone has a recipe for the Cheerios cereal bars, like the ones sold in the grocery store. I sure would love to try it.
jiang from Aberdeen, Maryland
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I would imagine they'd be the same as rice krispy treats...just butter and marshmallows and cereal. Do the Cheerio bars have that "milk" frosting on them? I don't know how you'd do that, but I'm sure the base is the same old recipe.