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    Why do I always think treats made with cereal are more healthful than other kinds? I'm a sucker for cereal treats; that's what I always brought to school for my students on special occasions. Of course, there are other no-bake treats here too. Hot summer weather is the perfect time to try these no-bake delights. Note that children can help make many of the recipes here!
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    I got this recipe from my Aunt Anita. She is the most organized woman on earth. This is just one of the many treats she had around for all of us when we were young, and then she fed these same things to our kids. Still love to go to her house!!!!

    Recipe #72545

    I found this recipe on the Rice Krispies website and just had to try them out. If you like regular rice krispie squares you will love these. They are great for snacks,or to put into lunch bags. The added fruit adds alot of flavor. Any any of your favorite dried fruits! Enjoy

    Recipe #180391

    Another recipe from Sharon The Rocket's cookbook she gave me from Missouri.

    Recipe #179515

    The man of the house loves Rice Crispie Treats, but he always complains that I don't make thick enough or enough of them. So I have increased the original recipe to an amount that actually lasts more than 1 day !!These are soft & chewy and will stay that way if you keep them tightly covered, like in Tupperware.

    Recipe #179640

    3 Reviews |  By Willow

    I got this recipe for a friend, and I must say they are very good. They taste better cool, and you will need a glass of milk to drink with these!

    Recipe #21329

    Cook time is approximate refridgeration time.

    Recipe #167982

    Here's a summery take on good ole no-bake cereal bars. NO oven heat involved for these confections! Recipe came from one of those supermarket cookbooklets.

    Recipe #177944

    A childhood treat we had growing up. Not for people who don't care for peanut butter, but a great kid pleaser.

    Recipe #49298

    The title says it all: these are rice krispies candy bars kicked up with chocolate and caramel. "Yum-mo" as Rachael would say! The recipe comes from Chocolatier magazine.

    Recipe #177862

    These are no bake chocolate oatmeal cookies. They are my favorite thing in the world! You may have to experiment with the boiling time so that when you scoop out the mixture, they are liquidy, but harden after about 10 minutes.

    Recipe #177642

    From the Fabulous Foods website. I can't wait to make these this holiday season. A change from the normal bourbon balls. These will become more flavorful after sitting for 2-3 days, so plan ahead or make sure you put some aside for yourself to enjoy later. Time is a guess because I have not made these yet.

    Recipe #177202

    My kids (the big one too!) absolutely LOVE these...they one-up Rice Krispies Treats around here! Sometimes we make them into squares or cut them out with shaped cookie cutters, but when these are in demand, rolled in ball form works just as well! These also make yummy fillers on cookie/candy trays.

    Recipe #174345

    4 Reviews |  By Kzim4

    This is a recipe that my mom gave to me. They are my husbands favorite! Different, but VERY, VERY good!

    Recipe #85710

    I named this candy Pat's because a lady at my work brings this in, and all I can tell you is one word NUMMY!!!! ok 2 words nummy & addictive!!! **Just a note I made this myself today. I halved the recipe and I did it in the microwave. I melted the chocolate and peanut butter in a huge measuring cup, then had all the other ingredients in a bowl and added the melted ingredients to that. Turned out great!

    Recipe #174716

    Lil was my dear mum-in-law and she'd make Wheaties for us often when we went to visit. A very easy popular slice.

    Recipe #175695

    A delicious easy to make candy to include on your holiday tray or to give as a gift.

    Recipe #146996

    Soft marshmallow filling surrounded with a toffee and krispy coating. We like to make these for our Christmas trays. I don't know if you can get MacIntosh toffee in the USA. We find them with the chocolate bars.

    Recipe #136463

    Ohh, one of my favorite quick sweet recipes! When I was about 10, I was at a friend’s house and the mother made a few batches of these. When my ma picked me up, I had her taste one and she HAD to get the recipe. These are SOOOO good! They are quite addicting though hehe…you may need a few batches! 8)

    Recipe #32860

    This is an extremely easy and tasty chocolate square recipe. The squares are thin and dense and should have a good layer of chocolate icing on top to be at their best. This is a kid friendly recipe, especially if tinned icing is used, the mess in the kitchen can be kept to a minimum.

    Recipe #32149

    This is a great alternative to rice crispy treats. The kids love them and they are very easy to make. Enjoy!

    Recipe #33332

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